A London-based transgender activist is declaring victory in her campaign to shut down the website where users posted her personal information and made threats against her. Read More
Heavy rains and strong winds took their toll on the planned grand opening of the Queen Street Promenade on June 25. The outdoor vendors were cancelled for Friday evening, and … Continue reading Weather interrupts plans for promenade →
A pair of contentious highrise proposals that infuriated neighbours and confused politicians were approved Tuesday night as city council voted for massive intensification near Richmond Row and a busy west London intersection. Council reversed a committee decision at Tuesday’s meeting, overturning a recommendation to delay the triple-tower project planned by Westdell Development Corp. at 689 […]
The number of people seeking COVID-19 tests has doubled in two weeks at London’s lone assessment centre as the pandemic’s subvariant-fuelled seventh wave rolls through the region.
One of the longest-running community bands in the province is set to return to the stage this summer. The Owen Sound City Band, led by Music Director Julia Richards, is now back to Celebrate 100+2 Years of performing Music in the Scenic City, resuming its traditional Monday evening concerts at Harrison Park, starting at 7:30 […]
One person unfortunately could not be resuscitated after they were found unresponsive in the water in Chatsworth.