City politicians whittled next year’s property tax hike down to 2.8 per cent on Thursday, endorsing cuts to public works spending, tree trimming and athletic travel grants. Read More
Amid the discovery of mass graves that have thrust the schools back into the news, a Southwestern Ontario town is organizing a virtual tour of what was Canada’s oldest Indigenous residential school.
LCBO stores are now offering free take-home rapid tests at 100 locations across province, including six in London, and others in Woodstock and Sarnia. The announcement expands on the provincial government’s plan – announced Wednesday, and initially focused on the GTA – to improve access to COVID-19 testing by offering free tests at different pop-ups, […]
Saugeen Ojibway Nation leaders reacted with disappointment to an Ontario Superior Court decision about a title claim that SON had made to some waters of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron, but were pleased Justice Wendy Matheson found the Crown had failed to protect lands on the Bruce, or Saugeen, Peninsula as it had promised in […]
The London area smashed its daily COVID-19 case record Friday, reporting 638 new infections as the health unit focuses its case and contact management efforts on only the highest-risk cases. Amid an unprecedented fifth wave surge fuelled by the ultra-contagious Omicron variant, the Middlesex-London Health Unit will be deploying its staff to manage cases occurring […]