‘So many misconceptions out there’: Muslim Londoners explain their faith at workshop
Muslim community leaders hope to turn the tide of Islamophobia through education, giving Londoners the chance to learn about their faith on the anniversary of the Afzaal family tragedy.
Fugitive slave chapel campaign gets $5K boost from Roman Catholic diocese
The fundraising campaign for the relocation of London’s Fugitive Slave Chapel got a shot in the arm this week with a $5,000 donation from the Roman Catholic Diocese of London.
PHOTOS: March Break memories
Who doesn’t love March Break? The late-winter week off from school is an annual chance to rest and relax for kids and parents alike. We’re looking back on March Breaks of the past with these photos from the LFP Archives:
COVID-19 cases increased in Midwestern Ontario
The Grey Bruce Health unit added four new cases of COVID-19.
Tenants of London apartment protest pests, water damage, rent hikes
Tenants at an east-London apartment building managed by Old Oak properties staged a protest Thursday over what they described as unlivable conditions the company is refusing the address.
Surfing the Great Lakes: Want to know where to start?
Sunny weather, bikinis and board shorts, the salt spray of the ocean – surfing tends to conjure a very specific image in most people’s minds, and it’s on the ocean coasts, not the freshwater ones in the Midwest.
But to a small community around the Great Lakes region, surfing looks very different – featuring more full-body coverage and ice-cold weather.