Summer 2022 is officially here, and it got off to a tasty start in London this weekend with a pair of events: The London International Food & Drink Festival in Victoria Park, and the London Beer Fest at Covent Garden Market. LFP photojournalist Mike Hensen checked out both on Sunday:
Provincial police have released the description of a suspect vehicle involved in a hit and run that killed one person.
Alex Rauket, of Kincardine, is raising money to participate in “Kilometers for Kids”, a fundraiser in support of the Shriners Hospital for Children in Montreal. This is the first year of what the Shriners hope will be many for this fundraiser. The Shriners Hospital provides paediatric care to thousands of children every year, regardless of […]
The London-area Catholic school board say it has ditched outdoor masking requirement for students after new provincial guidance and will watch closely to see if more restrictions are lifted. Vince Romeo, education director at the London District Catholic school board, said the decision was due in part to the fact outdoor transmission of COVID is […]
A controversial deal proposed among London city council, a developer and a school board could set a dangerous precedent for a city struggling to live out its vision for growth, experts say. Auburn Developments wants to build hundreds of houses and townhomes on land in northwest London, at the edge of the city’s boundary for […]
City officials have cancelled all programs at the East Lions community centre after part of the soffit and roof collapsed Friday evening. Large pieces of the soffit, a structure beneath the roof that connects the eaves to the outer wall of the building, were seen on the ground outside the north entrance of the community […]