Mathew Riley was walking up Richmond Street after a night out with friends. Read More
A painting by a renowned Canadian folk artist, traded to two London restaurateurs decades ago for grilled cheese sandwiches, is hitting the auction block – for real money this time. The piece by the late Maud Lewis, a celebrated Nova Scotia folk painter, belongs to Tony and Irene Demas, the former owners of The Villa, […]
Funding to Increase Agri-Food Processing Sector Capacity, Innovation and Competitiveness The Ontario government is investing $25 million over three years to strengthen the agri-food supply chain. This funding will incentivize industry investment in projects that help address the processing capacity shortage and increase the sector’s competitiveness and resilience against future disruptions. “Agriculture and food […]
The London area health unit is closing its COVID-19 mass vaccination clinics for the day Friday, and cutting hours at its offices, for an all-staff event.
Two women were hugging and crying beside a pickup truck when First Nations Const. Roxy McGahey drove up to investigate a report of a pedestrian hit by a vehicle on a dark section of road.
South Bruce OPP are reminding motorists the importance of sharing the road, following a recent collision with a cyclist.
ELGIN-MIDDLESEX-LONDON THE RIDING The triangle-shaped, urban-rural riding covers all of Elgin County, including St. Thomas, Thames Centre to the east and a significant swath of south London, from the Bostwick neighbourhood to Lambeth. The riding has historically been home to key players Ontario’s in automotive manufacturing sector and is spanned by the Hwy 401. HOTTEST […]