Zellers, born in London, returns amid wave of nostalgia, price sensitivity
Canadian retail chain Zellers marked its official comeback on Thursday, opening a dozen stores in Ontario and Alberta and launching a new website. The return of the discount department store comes amid a wave of nostalgia for the brand and growing demand for affordable goods as inflation pushes up the cost of living. The company […]
Man accused of being global ransomware mastermind arrested north of Toronto
A Russian-Canadian man accused of being one of the world’s most prolific ransomware operators behind high-stakes attacks on critical infrastructure and companies has been arrested north of Toronto after an international investigation by European, American and Canadian police.
PHOTOS: Queen Elizabeth’s unforgettable Forest City visits
1951. 1959. 1973. 1997. Queen Elizabeth’s visits to this London over the last seven decades were significant moments and for many serve as mile-markers in the city’s history. Upon her death on Thursday at age 96, we’re reflecting on her trips here with this collection of photos from the LFP Archives:
Real-estate cooldown: No, it’s not just London
The national real estate market’s cooling continued with home sales falling again in June, but the Canadian Real Estate Association says the decreases are smaller than those seen in previous months.
London doctor among Order of Canada appointees
Gov. Gen. Mary Simon announced 85 appointees on Wednesday.
No second honeymoon for re-elected Premier Doug Ford with voters: Poll
The popularity of re-elected Ontario Premier Doug Ford is holding but there’s no sign of a second honeymoon, a new poll suggests.
Canadian tutor Roach has won Jeopardy nine times in a row heading into Monday
She’s now over $200,000 U.S. in winnings
Is another Ambassador Bridge border blockade possible?
Windsor police and leadership remain wary of a return of the Ambassador Bridge blockade. “There are still people that we are concerned about.”
As Ottawa police say they’ll ‘turn up the heat,’ protesters vow to dig in
OTTAWA – Protest leaders and truck drivers parked downtown said on Monday they were defiant and motivated in the face of increased police enforcement. Ottawa’s police chief, Peter Sloly, vowed to “turn up the heat in every possible way” on the protesters at a media scrum Monday, but he also issued a plea for more […]
Quebec to force unvaccinated to pay ‘significant’ financial penalty
Quebec has become the first province in Canada to announce a financial penalty for residents who refuse to be vaccinated against COVID-19.