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  The Hamilton Bulldogs have pushed the Kingston Frontenacs to the brink of playoff elimination.
  City staff are in talks with a local agency, and busy kid-proofing a committee room at city hall.
  Pastor of host Beth Emanuel Church believes there's a way forward
  Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford's move to skip contested nominations in nearly a dozen ridings, including one in London, and appoint...
  A teen died Friday after a vehicle flipped and was partially submerged in a water-filled ditch. The vehicle carrying a male and female, both 18, went off Border...
  Lightning up 2-1 in best-of-seven series against St. John's Edge
  Opening a supervised drug-use site in London's SoHo neighbourhood will make the area safer, not more dangerous, the head of the neighbourhood association says.
  With the job posting for London's new fire chief now closed, the city says it hopes to have the high-profile position filled by the summer.
  London police are asking the public for help finding a missing woman. Agatha Kowalski, 30, is described as a white woman, 5’7”, 165 lbs, with blue eyes, long brown hair...
  The star of Saturday’s game used one word to describe the significance of a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference final. “Massive,” said Soo Greyhounds winger Boris Katchouk. The...
  The St. John’s Edge had everything going for them. They’d just stolen home-court advantage from the London Lightning. They were heading to St. John’s for the next three games in front of guaranteed...
  London Knights coach Dale Hunter isn’t known for his beaming. Saturday, he was beaming so you know it was a good day. He was sitting at a table along with general manager Rob...
  Former London radio host Andrew Lawton has been appointed to represent the Progressive Conservatives in the London West riding for the upcoming Ontario election...
  The Soo Greyhounds rung every bit of drama out of Game 1 of their their Western Conference final with the Kitchener Rangers on Friday. Conor Timmins scored a short-handed goal...
  All the pre-series talk about the Eastern Conference championship being a close one has been trashed by the Hamilton Bulldogs. The first two games in Hamilton have not been...
  LISTOWEL — Losing to the London Nationals in last year’s Sutherland Cup semifinal was a turning point for the Listowel Cyclones. The franchise was coming off its second conference...
  It's a compelling story in a brilliant set, but in some ways it lacks emotional connection
  Kourtny Audette, 25, appears for bail hearing in Chatham by video link
  It would appear that the grownups really are still in charge in the White House.
  Doug Ford gets away with a promise to repeal carbon pricing because of a confused electorate
  Students at Western University, along with many other students across Ontario, are facing a harsh reality as they begin the search for summer jobs.
  The right thing is for the property owner to pay to have the trees removed because they are on his property
  The latest alarm over Ontario's debt and deficit isn't being raised by a political leader but by a debt-rating agency.
  In theological studies, the search for meaning or purpose is called teleology.
  These are difficult days for proponents of Shift, the city's $500-million bus transit plan.
  We've known about this problem for decades - so why haven't we solved it yet?
  Protest as a means of effecting change has an uneven track record in China. But in the age of the internet – even one so heavily censored – social media users are testing ...
  We are a modern community that can house both viewpoints, but the longer we take to get our act together, the more a collective sense of unease sets in.
  Growing pot is a lot more profitable than growing bell peppers and tomatoes.
  Public health officials want to build not one but two supervised drug injection sites in London, one in a public housing building in SoHo and the second along ...
  Car parts, a safe, shopping carts, an abandoned boat.
  Record Store Day has become Doug Marsh’s favourite time of year. He’s just as excited as the customers who line up early for first crack at the limited-edition pressings ...
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