“We’ve had roads that have flooded out through large rainfalls, but this is the most significant rainfall that I can account in my many years here,” Todd Case, mayor of the rural municipality west of Strathroy, said Thursday. Read More
London-area school boards are changing the way they teach pupils to read following an inquiry into human rights violations of pupils in Ontario’s education system.
Ontario’s top court has quashed a London police officer’s conviction for criminal negligence causing death in the 2016 custody death of an Indigenous woman, but ruled a second conviction will stand.
Christmas is all about the kids – seeing them elated, excited and happy on Dec. 25 gives true meaning to the holidays. Over the years, LFP has published countless photos of children enjoying Christmas (or the lead-up to it) and here’s a collection of some of the best from years gone by. Merry Christmas:
The unemployment rate edged up by 0.3 of a percentage point in July in the local economic region which includes Grey-Bruce, to 4.3 per cent. The Stratford-Bruce Peninsula Economic Region and Kingston-Pembroke region are tied for third-lowest in the province, the Four County Labour Market Planning Board said Friday in a release. The provincial unemployment […]
Two single-term councillors are looking to replace outgoing mayor Barb Clumpus with residents concerned about massive waterfront developments and a landscape-altering energy project. Ross Kentner and Paul Vickers put forth their visions for leading municipal government during a period of time both called pivotal at the Bognor Community Hall Thursday night. The mayoral all-candidates meeting […]
As part of the rezoning regulations and official plan amendments at the Lucknow Kinsmen’s Graceland Fields, members of the Lucknow and District Kinsmen Club were recently busy planting 40 maple trees. Also, a temporary fence for protection of nesting field birds was placed along the creek flowing through their Walter Street property. As well, there […]