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Some of the most influential groups in London could become more diverse in their makeup, thanks to a program being introduced by Pillar Nonprofit Network. DiverseCity started in Toronto and is spreading across the province and beyond. In London, Pill...
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August 22nd, 2014
A tarnished city council’s legacy and a $66-million deal that would bring 1,600 more students downtown hang in the balance as the political debate continues over whether the city should give Fanshawe College more cash to expand its core campus into...
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Robyn Knights gets goosebumps just thinking about the treasure she’s discovered about her homeland....
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Londoner Woodman Leonard commanded an artillery unit in the First World War and kept a daily diary of life on the Western front and during several major battles. The London Free Press is publishing daily excerpts of that diary. The most recent entrie...
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A Southwestern Ontario school principal has been suspended for up to six months for mishandling three years of provincial tests....
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Two Free Press interns had a water-logged end to their work week....
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Challenged by Free Press reporter Deborah Van Brenk to join the ALS ice bucket challenge, Joe Ruscitti brought a change of clothes to work Thursday....
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Some Ontario doctors are fighting a turf war and patients are getting caught in the crossfire, the head of two London medical clinics says....
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Most of an ultra-orthodox Jewish sect who suddenly arrived in Chatham-Kent eight months ago to elude Quebec child protection authorities have left Canada, their lawyer confirmed....
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After warning a wind farm developer that its turbines would interfere with airport radar systems in London and Hamilton and reduce flight safety, NAV Canada says it’s no big deal....
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