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The Ontario government is investing $10.7 million to provide more flexible postsecondary education options for learners.
A Tillsonburg auto parts plant will get $1 million from the province to support its $27-million investment in new equipment and area jobs. Ontario’s Economic Development Minister Vic Fedeli was in Tillsonburg Tuesday to announce the money to help THK Rhythm Automotive Canada Ltd. buy machining and assembly centres to ramp up steering and linkage […]
A study by The Business Development Bank of Canada found more than half of Canadian entrepreneurs are struggling to hire the workers they need.
Despite government restrictions and the ongoing threat of more positive COVID tests, the London Knights are plowing ahead with their 2021-22 Ontario Hockey League season.
Ontario appeal court judges reserved their decision Friday concerning South Bruce Peninsula’s appeal of its two convictions for damaging endangered piping plover habitat. The judges in a virtual hearing heard from lawyers for the town, the provincial Crown and one shared by Environmental Defence and the Federation of Ontario Naturalists, which were granted intervenor status. […]
The stab wound that killed Dereck Szaflarski during a downtown confrontation was deep enough to pierce his heart and cause massive bleeding. However, as was described at Robert Ashley Williams’ second-degree murder trial Thursday, that wound was one of five that injured the London personal trainer who died on May 26, 2018. Williams has pleaded […]