In a 1981 Free Press profile, Paul Skinner – the influential London architect who died Sept. 22 at the age of 80 – said people either loved or hated buildings he designed and “that, to me, is success.” Read More
Educators at London’s Fanshawe College will vote next week, along with their counterparts across the province, on an offer their union is urging them to reject. Among other things, the union says the offer doesn’t deal with potential job losses due to privatization. “We’re telling members to send a strong message and reject their offer,” […]
At a recent conference in London, Ont., hosted by the Geological Association of Canada and the Mineralogical Association of Canada, the Nuclear Waste Management Organization’s (NWMO) Jessica Perritt and Sarah Hirschorn presented a plenary lecture on interweaving Indigenous Knowledge and western science. They spoke about how applying Indigenous Knowledge to a traditionally western science focused […]
Western University researchers say community supports for Alzheimer’s disease patients save Ontario’s health care system more than $1.3 billion a year.
A walk to honour residential school victims and survivors is returning to London on July 1 for the second straight year.
The Grey Bruce Health Unit reported 11 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday. The cases were reported in Owen Sound (4), Grey Highlands (2), Chatsworth, Georgian Bluffs, Meaford, Southgate, and Saugeen Shores. As of the latest 24-hour reporting period, ending just before midnight Wednesday, there were 71 active and confirmed COVID-19 cases in the region and […]