Debate is growing around London city council’s rare dilemma — two vacant ward seats at the same time — as a possible decision day on how to fill those seats inches closer. Londoners weighed in ahead of Tuesday’s council meeting to throw their hats in the ring, back potential candidates, or call for byelections. Our Megan Stacey reports: Read More
One person is dead after police say a pedestrian was struck in southeast London Saturday night. Emergency crews responded to a report of a pedestrian struck by a vehicle near Adelaide and Nelson street, just south of Hamilton Road, about 9:30 p.m., London police officials say. The pedestrian did not survive, police said, adding the […]
A national journalism group has honored The London Free Press for its breaking news coverage of the Afzaal family tragedy in London last year. Four members of the Muslim family died after they were struck by a vehicle at an intersection June 6 in a collision police allege was deliberate, the family targeted because of […]
A local health unit union head wants clarity about what’s next for sidelined boss Chris Mackie as the board convenes for a rare in-person meeting Thursday evening to deal with an unspecified personnel and legal issue.
An anonymous donor is offering an up to $1.5-million boost for a planned new centre to help young mothers and mothers who are homeless or at risk, Youth Opportunities Unlimited says. The London youth social services agency announced Tuesday the donor would match that amount in donations to Joan’s Place, an affordable housing project and […]
The Grey Bruce Health Unit, in partnership with Bruce Power and NPX Innovation, has announced the release of the Grey Bruce COVID-19 Vaccine App for residents of Grey and Bruce counties. The app is free to download on Android and Apple devices, and can be found by searching “GB Vaccine App” in the Google Play…