An alleged London biker awaiting trial on drug trafficking and weapons charges is back behind bars charged with assault causing bodily harm. Read More
David Onley, who served as lieutenant-governor of Canada for seven years, has died at the age of 72.
With a 2,000-job Amazon fulfillment centre landing on London’s front door in a matter of months, a “strategy” is needed to ensure workers can get to their jobs, said the head of the London Economic Development Corp.
The Upper Thames River Conservation Authority opened its doors Thursday, Aug. 18, 2022, to the lab where staff carefully tend turtles and snakes that are native to the Thames River watershed and threatened by loss of habitat, predators and vehicles on roads. Staff incubate eggs and release the young snakes and turtles, including the Spiny […]
The redevelopment of the former London Psychiatric Hospital lands into a sprawling residential community is taking far too long, a developer says. Old Oak Properties bought the site at Oxford Street and Highbury Avenue for $17 million more than two years ago and applied for rezoning earlier this year after meeting city demands. But it […]
A group of King’s University College students is bringing London’s civic election to a new audience with bite-size explainers on Instagram. London Votes, or @LdnVotes, is an effort to engage voters, especially a younger generation that may not be paying attention to local politics. Matthew Plaskett, a fourth-year student in the social justice and peace […]