The Western Mustangs make their record 15th appearance in the Vanier Cup Saturday (1 p.m. kickoff) against the Saskatchewan Huskies at Laval University’s Telus Stadium. Here’s the Mustangs’ history in the national final. Read More
Olivia Duwyn reached her goals on the weekend, completing a marathon and blowing past her target of raising $10,000 for child and youth mental health. “It went really well and I am happy with it,” Duwyn said Monday. “It was really cool just to finish it and realize I had ran that far.” Duwyn, 20,…
Life should just be beginning when you’re 18. High school would be in the rearview mirror while you figure out which of the million roads to the future you want to take. But it won’t happen for a London teen, a young man just starting life as an adult. He’s become a terrible statistic during […]
Dr. Ian Arra said he doesn’t want to encourage “vaccine shopping” by saying which clinics use which vaccine. Some shopping has been propelled by concerns about extremely rare vaccine-induced blood clotting after receiving the AstraZeneca shot, a condition doctors can treat. It occurs about every one in 250,000 doses. The National Advisory Committee on Immunization […]
Article content The Kincardine Theatre Guild (KTG) is planning two performances of an original show, entitled “Canajun, Eh?” The show will be performed on Saturday, July 10, at 3p.m., and 7p.m., at the Point Clark Lighthouse as part of the Point Clark Beach Association’s 75th Anniversary. The show will have folk songs, jokes and tongue-in-cheek…
The death from COVID-19 of a London teenager has stunned the city, sparking an outpouring of compassion for his family and donations to a fundraising effort for them. The sudden death this week of 18-year-old Owen Brandies, whose family said he had no notable health issues, was detailed Friday by The London Free Press – […]
Two days on, we’re still thrilled over the gold-winning performance of Londoner Maggie Mac Neil in the women’s 100m butterfly at the Tokyo Olympics.