“The police attended wearing . . . essentially military fatigues, with machine guns out and a flash bomb was used in the home of Mr. Angus that really terrified him,” his criminal defence lawyer, Luigi Perzia, said in a Sarnia courtroom. “In one officer’s note, he was noted as being, ‘shaking’ upon arrest.” Read More
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath promised on Tuesday, if elected in June, her party would boost minimum wage to $20 an hour over a five year period.
A new $1.4 million fund to tackle London’s persistent problem of discharging raw and partially treated sewage into the Thames River is a win-win, environmentalists and politicians say.
Overall child poverty rates dropped in Ontario before the pandemic, but remained among the highest in Canada in two London ridings, a new report says. In 2019, the rate in London-Fanshawe was 26 per cent, with 7,150 children living in poverty. In London North Centre, the rate was 24 per cent, with 5,460 children living […]
There were 10 local residents in hospital due to COVID-19, one of whom is being treated outside Grey-Bruce, according to the health unit’s daily situation report issued Monday. That’s the same number as was reported Saturday and Sunday and three fewer in hospital than was reported Friday. There remained five long-term care or retirement homes […]
The principal at a London-area high school is assuring students and staff of their safety following a string of fights and online rumours that led to police involvement.