Students at three Avon Maitland District high schools are getting new high-tech equipment for their manufacturing programs.
A crackdown on unlicensed short-term rentals in London has resulted in warnings against the owners of more than 350 properties, hundreds of which will have to stop operating as short-term accommodations, city hall says.
Paul Berton’s eclectic upbringing in Kleinburg, Ont. got him thinking about stuff.
Londoner Wayne Dunn has been awarded the Governor General Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers for his contribution to the Forest City. Dunn officially received the award Thursday, given to Canadian volunteers who improve their communities. Dunn is known for his role as the chair of the annual Business Cares Food Drive that supports the London Food […]
The Play: The Glass Menagerie, written by Tennessee Williams and presented by Pacheco Theatre. The Show: The Glass Menagerie is a memory play as told by Tom Wingfield, a merchant marine looking back on the Depression years he spent with his overbearing mother, Amanda, and his sickly and shy sister Laura. Pressured by his mother […]
Participants and supporters turned out in downtown London on Sunday for the annual Pride London Festival parade, the highest-profile event of the 10-day LGBTQ celebration. Photos by LFP’s Dale Carruthers: firstname.lastname@example.org