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Quiet time: Why London is looking at extending curfew for gas mowers

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Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News City council is looking at prolonging the time, under the noise bylaw, when residents are prohibited from using gas-powered equipment on their lawns or gardens, part of an effort to encourage the uptake of electric alternatives. Published May 23, 2024  • 

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London’s first queer prom to be held Friday: ‘A night for themselves’

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Article content London is getting its first official queer prom, an event designed specifically for LGBTQ youth and allies to celebrate who they are in an inclusive environment, one of the event organizers says. The idea for the event came about after Michelle Paradis — a mother

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Pride London’s first queer prom to be held Friday: ‘A night for themselves’

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Article content Pride London is hosting its first official queer prom, an event designed specifically for LGBTQ youth and allies to celebrate who they are in an inclusive environment, one of the event organizers says. The idea for the event came about after Michelle Paradis — a

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Block party: Catch London Knights Memorial Cup games on Dundas Place

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Article content Die-hard London Knights fans who can’t make it to Michigan to watch the team play in the Memorial Cup are getting the next-best thing: big-screen treatment in the team’s hometown core. Free viewings are being hosted on Dundas Place for fans to watch the London

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Why office-to-housing conversions are catching on in London

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Article content London has awarded its first city subsidy to help convert empty downtown office space into housing. Jonathan Juha breaks down the concept and why it’s catching on here and elsewhere. Article content WHAT ARE OFFICE-TO-HOUSING CONVERSIONS? During his state of the city address in January, London Mayor

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Police seize drugs, stolen vehicles worth $340K in Thorndale

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Article content A month-long drug investigation by Stratford police has led to multiple arrests, multiple charges and nearly $340,000 in property and drugs seized. The police force said Thursday the London police emergency response and mobile surveillance units, Ontario Provincial Police physical surveillance unit and the Ontario

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Re-trial begins for dog breeder accused in rival’s shooting death

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Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Accused killer Boris Panovski has once again denied killing a Toronto-area businessperson over a feud about a hunting dog in 2014. Published May 23, 2024  •  Last updated 46 minutes ago  •  3 minute read Don Frigo (left); Boris Panovski Article content

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Vacant core office building owner taps city fund for apartment overhaul

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Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Vacant over the past six years in the heart of downtown London. Ready for occupancy by this fall. Published May 23, 2024  •  Last updated 57 minutes ago  •  3 minute read The building at 166-170 Dundas St., at the corner of Dundas

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Memorial Cup: How to follow the London Knights in Saginaw

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Article content The London Knights have some of the Ontario Hockey League’s most loyal fans, and regularly draw 9,000 for their home games. Most won’t make it to Saginaw, Mich., to watch their team in the Memorial Cup. Here’s how they – and you – can follow

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Winning $50K lottery ticket stolen from store by employee: OPP

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Article content Two Southwestern Ontario residents face charges after police say a winning lottery ticket with a $50,000 cash prize was stolen and redeemed. The OPP’s investigation and enforcement bureau received information on Dec. 14, 2023, from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. about a suspicious lottery

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The LFP Podcast, ep. 172: Our Memorial Cup preview

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Animal-loving sisters struck, killed while helping turtle cross rural road

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Article content CHATHAM – Two women killed in a crash on a rural road in Chatham-Kent were trying to rescue a turtle when they were struck, police say. Teresa Suliga of Blenheim and her sister, Elizabeth Seremak of Cambridge, were struck by a vehicle in the early