Ontario’s former privacy commissioner is calling for an investigation after Airbnb says it will not divulge whether it is informing past users of a London unit where a hidden camera was found in a bedroom. Read More
You won’t find the Pride flag flying on any civic property in Norwich Township, not after a divisive flag flap there ended with a ban last month on all but government banners.
The Executive Director of Economic Development for the Western Warden’s Cause says it’s going to take some time to fill all of the jobs that are available in Southwestern Ontario.
New rules to limit online home rentals like Airbnb earned the first political nod on Tuesday night — what one city councillor deemed a way to “avail ourselves of every single tool” amid a deepening housing crisis.
Following a local business being defrauded for a hefty amount, police are asking everyone to remain vigilant online.
Striking Ontario education support workers will be back on the picket lines Monday, targeting the riding offices of London-area MPPs as schools remain closed in the fallout of a strike that triggered a “frenzied and sleep-deprived” labour board hearing over the weekend. The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) workers and other union supporters in […]