The federal and provincial governments are kicking in nearly half the money for a new medical glove manufacturing plant in London that will employ 135 people when it opens in 2026.
A little fried chicken hospitality all the way from the southern U.S. is coming to London.
Halloween is fast approaching, but it’s no problem for a long-standing local business: McCulloch’s Costume and Party Supplies.
It was an offhand remark that provided insightful commentary of modern life.
A Quebec-based grocery chain specializing in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food is bringing its first Southwestern Ontario store to London.
Swedish furniture giant Ikea is coming back to London, a city where it pulled the plug on a planned full-service store three years ago. But instead of a big-box store, the retailer is bringing a so-called “plan and order point” outlet, a smaller store focused on kitchen, bedroom and living room planning where customers can […]
A labour shortage is plaguing the restaurant industry, leaving family-owned restaurants in an uphill battle with larger chains for employees.
Restructured out of his investment job during the pandemic, Londoner Jeff Golem really got into frozen pizza.
Imagine buying a new two-bedroom home in London for $200,000. Now imagine it’s in your backyard.
Another downtown London business is blaming problems plaguing the core for its decision to close.
The incoming president and chief executive of Goodwill Industries Ontario Great Lakes is eyeing growth in a territory that covers all of Ontario, except the Niagara and Hamilton regions.
A new Brazilian bakery in London is marking its first anniversary after an “arduous” startup, with plans to add a dining area to its now takeout-only shop.
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