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Ditched by council last year because they had no teeth, a tightened set of bylaws to control unwanted or graphic flyers is coming back to city politicians with proposed penalties of up to $5,000. Under new suggested rules, people who drop off pamphlets or other unwanted mail at homes with “no flyers” signs could be […]
Former Afghan interpreters who risked their lives working with the Canadian military in their homeland have joined the construction trades industry in London and area.
A little snowstorm didn’t stop thousands of people from crowding into downtown Owen Sound Saturday night, all waiting to see Santa in his sleigh at the finale of the 77th annual Kiwanis Owen Sound Santa Claus Parade. Snow swirled around kids who sat atop snow banks about a metre high along 2nd Avenue East. They […]
At 602 Queens Ave., Londoners most in need will find hot meals, a place to shower, laundry facilities and workers eager to offer social supports. One of the chief goals at a new community hub for homeless Londoners is to welcome each visitor with “deep hospitality.” “We really wanted to make sure our values aligned […]