It’s the end of the line for Ontario’s face mask requirement. The provincial government is leaving it up to individuals whether to mask up in most indoor public spaces as of Monday, March 21 but keeping the requirement in place on public transit and in health-care settings. Face masks were the most visual symbol of the COVID-19 pandemic and have been present right through to the Omicron surge. With COVID still circulating in the community, London’s top doctor is urging people to continue wearing them, and we asked citizens what they plan to do: Read More
Provincial police in North Perth County were called to the scene of a gas line leak in Listowel on Canada Day.
A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at a Chatham church, and anyone who visited there in the last two weeks is being advised to get tested. Chatham-Kent Public Health declared the outbreak at Praise Fellowship Church at 165 Park Ave. E. in Chatham. “There are multiple confirmed cases of COVID-19, and evidence of transmission, linked […]
Restaurateur and recent provincial election candidate Jerry Pribil is running for a seat on London city council.
The London Cares Curb Hunger food drive collected nearly 35,000 kilograms of food and equivalent cash donations, a haul that’s just short of the campaign’s 2021 total.
Concerns around the Emergencies Act and how it could impact their insurance led organizers to cancel a planned “Freedom Convoy” between Owen Sound and Listowel on Saturday. And even though Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced late Wednesday afternoon that the act had been revoked, the convoy planned for this weekend will remain cancelled with organizers […]