A new student-led initiative at Western University targets “period poverty” and even delivers free high-quality menstrual products and contraceptives to students at their homes. Read More
Vanier Cup champion Deionte Knight and track and field double gold-medallist Kate Current have been named Western University’s male and female athletes of the year. Knight was awarded the J.P. Metras Trophy in December as the top down lineman in U Sports football, represented Canada in the NCAA-dominated East-West ShrineBowl. He is a top prospect […]
Two years after an inquest into the deaths of two London inmates, the province has responded to the 80 recommendations of a coroner’s jury. The lawyer for dead men’s families isn’t impressed. “They seem to be echoing their refrain, ‘Oh, everything’s fine,’ ” Kevin Egan said Monday. “Obviously everything is not fine. We’ve got a […]
A London city councillor who used his platform to encourage municipal employees to evade mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations violated council policies and should be formally reprimanded, city hall’s integrity commissioner says. Lawyer Gregory Stewart, council’s ethics watchdog, found Ward 1 Coun. Michael van Holst violated four different rules by which city politicians are bound when he […]
One man was found dead and another has been arrested after a disturbance in a central London residence Thursday morning, London police say.
The Saugeen Shores Police Service and South Bruce OPP have confirmed that a fatal drowning occurred recently at Port Elgin beach.
The sixth annual “Yoga Festival”, hosted by Eric Cunliffe of Shakti Rhythm Yoga and Darrel Perry of Penetangear saw over 200 attendees raise $2,000 for Huron Shores Hospice. The weather co-operated beautifully for the event, which ran from Aug 19-21, with four different events all taking place on the newly opened North Pier. “Darrel and […]