Within a week of one of London’s darkest days, accused murderer Nathaniel Veltman was told during an early court appearance that the case against him would be pursued as a terrorist offence. Read More
Kincardine’s curling club received a revamp this year thanks to provincial funding. “The impact of this Ontario Trillium Foundation grant cannot be overstated,” said Brian MacEachern, Kincardine Curling Club president. “This grant has allowed needed renovations to be made. Our club lounge is completely accessible, and we can now accommodate everyone with mobility issues and […]
The London Free Press is nominated for an award by the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) for its breaking news coverage of the Afzaal family tragedy last year. Four members of the Afzaal family, hard-working immigrants from Pakistan, died after they were struck by a vehicle last June at a Hyde Park intersection in what […]
A Sarnia woman wasn’t able to see her daughter or grandson last Christmas, but not because of any pandemic-related rules about social gatherings. She refused to see them because just one week earlier she’d been smacked in the face with a hammer by her neighbour, John Proctor. “I cannot put them through the trauma of […]
A London technology company has hit a “milestone,” employing more than 1,000 workers as sales have risen by about 45 per cent in one year.
Ontario’s move to speed home building may see natural habitats threatened and boost flood risk by putting wetlands at risk, the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority warns.
The Biden administration made secret plans to weaken protection for whooping cranes, and documents obtained through an open records request show officials “seem to have been deliberately misleading the public,” an environmental group says.
The documents show that U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans to propose changing the only natural flock’s status from endangered to threatened, the Center for Biological Diversity said in a news release linking to some of the papers.