ELGIN-MIDDLESEX-LONDON THE RIDING The triangle-shaped, urban-rural riding covers all of Elgin County, including St. Thomas, Thames Centre to the east and a significant swath of south London, from the Bostwick neighbourhood to Lambeth. The riding has historically been home to key players Ontario’s in automotive manufacturing sector and is spanned by the Hwy 401. HOTTEST […]
Elections Ontario has launched a probe into a complaint from the NDP about the nomination papers of the provincial Liberal candidate in Chatham-Kent—Leamington. Earlier this month, the Liberals dropped Alec Mazurek, their initial candidate in the riding, just hours before the nomination deadline after the NDP revealed Facebook comments he’d made as a teenager using […]
Ford record poor According to a new report from Environmental Defence, Premier Doug Ford’s government has cost our province nearly $10.5 billion in lost revenues, legal fees and compensation for cancelled green energy contracts. The report, Hot Hot Air (And Other Gases): A Review of the PastFour Years of Ontario’s Climate Change (In)Action, focuses on […]
Provincial police are searching for three suspects, a tractor and a pickup truck after three Pride flags were stolen in Oxford County. Police first responded to Norwich Township shortly after 5 a.m. Friday after receiving reports of theft and mischief on Stover Street, Oxford OPP said. At the scene, officers determined one Pride flag, the […]
An early Monday fire caused “substantial” damage to a portion of the Cargill poultry-processing plant in east London, fire officials say. Firefighters descended on the plant on Cuddy Boulevard about 4:30 a.m. after a number of employees reported heavy smoke in the building, said Kirk Loveland, platoon chief with the London Fire Department. “Upon arrival, […]
Expect more of the same campaign tactics from the Progressive Conservatives and ramped-up messaging by the New Democrats, political strategists say, as the big three parties enter the home stretch of a low-excitement provincial campaign.
Not surprisingly for a place named after London, England, the Forest City has strong historical ties to the British Royal Family, who have been visitors in this community since soon after it officially became a city.
‘We are so happy to be back. We’re very, very busy — insane is the word I would use.’
‘We are here, and now we want to start from scratch, a new life.’
The Canadian Junior Football League finalists will start the road back, fittingly, in the nation’s capital.
‘I just saw a wall of wind and water coming at us.’
Staffing shortages and construction aren’t stopping businesses in this beach town from enjoying what they believe will be a busy, restriction-free season.
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