The Catholic Central Crusaders and Laurier Rams kicked off a busy week of football for four London teams when they faced off Friday night in the high school city final at City Wide Fields. The score was tied 10-10 at half. CCH quarterback Corson Skellett ran for two touchdowns in the third quarter. The Rams scored a late touchdown and two-point conversion but their rally fell short as CCH won 26-18 to claim the school’s first city football championship since 2018. Photos by Mike Hensen. Read More
Despite a pandemic-cancelled 2020 high school football season, there are no secrets between the Laurier Rams and Lucas Vikings.
In keeping with provincial regulations, London residents will be required to have an enhanced vaccination certificate with a QR code to enter city recreation facilities next week.
Both Canadian and U.S. officials claimed victory in the first-ever trade dispute adjudicated under terms of the two-year-old Canada U.S. Mexico trade agreement (CUSMA) over U.S. complaints about Canadian dairy import practices under the new deal. Both claims cite ruling details but how can both be true? On the one hand, the three-person panel’s findings, […]
The Owen Sound Attack scored four-unanswered goals in a dominant third period to come from behind and beat the Kitchener Rangers 4-2 at the Aud Friday. In what was undoubtedly the best period of hockey this season for the Attack, four different goal scorers netted even-strength markers and Mark Woolley battled Roman Schmidt in a […]
London Symphonia is joining various forces to explore inspiration.
London police made an arrest after a man found seriously injured at a Wharncliffe Road boarding house died. Emergency crews were called about 11 p.m. Wednesday to Wharncliffe Lodging at 250 Wharncliffe Rd. S., on the outskirts of Old South, after a report of a man with multiple lacerations, police said Thursday. A 56-year-old suffering […]