LOCAL LONDON NEWS

In her community just southwest of London, Leslee White-Eye is known as a passionate educator, an advocate and community booster, the daughter of a politician....
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July 28th, 2015
If farming were a medal sport, Ontario just slipped to bronze....
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If Canada’s trading partners get their way, buying milk could become a lot more like buying gasoline....
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The City of Detroit has agreed to make a deal that will help a controversial local company develop a privately owned U.S.-Canada bridge that will compete with a new bridge being planned and backed by the Canadian government....
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The two-year manhunt for an alleged drug dealer wanted in the slaying of a Leamington man came to a dramatic conclusion this week in a dense Brazilian forest....
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City council hit the brakes Tuesday on the staff-led appeal of a neighbouring community’s plan to roll out three times more industrial land than allowed....
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In all the touch-and-go days for Olivia VanderSchelde, it was her mother who called the media to draw attention to challenges in helping sick children....
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In an “atrocious” case that underlines the meaning of the term vulnerable, London police say a woman with intellectual disabilities was trafficked for sex out of a Wellington Road hotel by another woman....
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If Ontario’s teachers don’t force schools to close this fall, the province’s 55,000 school support workers just might....
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Just months before London hospitals roll out radical changes borrowed from Toyota to try to slash wait times in emergency rooms, the doctor who led that transformation has resigned....
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