Even on first glance, the proposed apartment building looks more interesting than the old-school, block style so common on London streets. Read More
One empty ward seat filled, one left gaping.
City councillors voiced their support Tuesday for banning the display of “graphic images” of fetuses on London streets. Members of city council’s community and protective services committee voted unanimously at a meeting Tuesday to have city staff draft an amendment to a bylaw that would prevent the display of images of fetuses by anti-abortion groups […]
Finally, some good news from high interest rates.
Calling it “the most exciting development in city history,” a London builder wants to bring a more than $400-million project with twin towers, 53 and 43 storeys high, to the forks of the Thames.
City politicians are taking steps to stop homeless people from being sent to London against their will or under false pretenses, although how much that’s happening remains a question mark. But council members stepped back Wednesday from measures that would punish non-profit organizations and individual workers who send people to London, measures criticized by a […]
There’s a battle brewing in London neighbourhoods, a showdown pitting residents against city hall, and the fabric of communities is at stake. In one corner, city hall has an aggressive plan to build 47,000 homes and it wants nearly half of them on sites where buildings once stood, called infill development. That means townhouses and […]