WINDSOR – Nathaniel Veltman said just before he drove his pickup truck into a London Muslim family he was struggling to shake off his “dreamlike state.” Read More
On Monday, February 28, Susan Goetz alongside Sophie Pal made their first of many trips to Goderich with a van-load of local donations to be sent to Ukraine via Ukrainian citizen Iuliia Dovzhenko. The two were requested by Dovzhenko to be the central point of contact for Kincardine. “She was so overwhelmed by the generosity […]
The worker-starved London labour market may see an influx of job seekers as a child-care deal between the Ontario and federal governments removes a barrier to employment, London and area business groups said Monday. Employment surveys done for agencies and the City of London have cited child care — which can cost more than $1,000 […]
LISTOWEL — A mournful community’s decade-long effort to improve the working conditions of Ontario’s firefighters finally reached a conclusion Thursday, the 11th anniversary of a devastating St. Patrick’s Day blaze that claimed the lives of Ken Rea and Ray Walter.
Demand for food assistance in Grey-Bruce so far this year continues to outpace the record-setting numbers seen in 2020 — the year the COVID-19 pandemic took hold — with the typically busiest month still to come. Francesca Dobbyn, executive director of the United Way of Bruce Grey, said data from the Food Grey Bruce app, […]
Follow the live blog below for up-to-the-minute coverage from the murder trial of Nathaniel Veltman, charged with killing four members of the Afzaal family in London The jury is hearing from Dr. Julian Gojer, a forensic psychiatrist who has examined Veltman since his arrest in the June 6, 2021 hit-and-run that led to four charges […]