Scott McFadzean becomes London International Airport’s chief executive in late January, succeeding the retiring Mike Seabrook. McFadzean, 41, a married father of two originally from Brantford, is now Diamond Aircraft’s CEO. He leaves a busy, growing manufacturer for an airport struggling to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and global travel restrictions that have hit the travel sector hard. The airport, which handled 40 flights and 2,500 passengers a day before the pandemic hit in March 2020, now handles 14 Air Canada and WestJet flights a day and no international flights. Read More
Two drivers were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a two-vehicle crash in Middlesex Centre Wednesday afternoon, provincial police said on social media.
TORONTO — Ontario is revising its elementary science curriculum, including a new section involving hands-on technology and engineering learning and coding.
Blue Mountain is going big over March break. The first-ever Big Air Show is set to take flight next week with athletes performing stunts and tricks off a 50-foot ski jump. The mountain resort is calling the show the biggest on-hill spectacle yet. “We are so excited to see the return of outdoor spectator events […]
A London man faces charges after police seized a sawed-off rifle, ammunition and drugs from a vehicle, city police say.
Huron County Planning Manager Denise Van Amersfoort says one of the obstacles in moving a housing development forward can be getting the land to build on.
The former St. Paul’s Anglican Church rectory, which was in the middle of a four-year legal fight between Bruce County and heritage advocates who saved it from demolition, is now listed for sale by court order. The yellow bricked, two-story home at 254 High St. in Southampton, is listed for $749,900 by Royal LePage Exchange […]