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Veteran dairy farm worker found dead in manure holding tank. Police say death not suspicious

LONDON, Ont. — A man whose body was pulled from manure tank at a London-area dairy farm had worked there for 16 years, the farm’s owner says. 250 more words


2/150 Artists: Greg Curnoe

Greg Curnoe’s Short Wave Radios on Long Board (1987) is central to a new exhibition in London, Ontario. That’s where Curnoe led an important art movement from the late 1950s through the 1970s that became known as… 192 more words

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London, Ont. wants to ban drinking on roofs because too many drunk students are climbing up to party

Faced with too many inebriated students climbing to the rooftops to party during homecoming and other celebrations, London, Ontario is set to pass a bylaw making the practice of sitting on a roof and drinking beer illegal. 374 more words


Five Londoners face 42 charges in relation to prescription fraud

London police have arrested and charged five people in connection with an investigation into a series of prescription frauds.

Three men and two women between 25 and 45-years-old, all from London, face a combined total of 42 charges, including nine counts of uttering forged documents, three counts of possession of identity documents, and three counts of stolen property. 96 more words


London Hydro reconnecting customers struggling with payments

London Hydro crews are out restoring power to 88 disconnected customers in the city today, complying with a request from Energy Minister Glenn Thibeault yesterday… 431 more words


London's new acting city manager to 'build' and 'rebuild' relationships throughout the city

London’s new acting city manager said he’ll be working on connections with council, unions, boards, commissions, the media, and the city’s community in general.

“Building on the relationships, and rebuilding relationships in some cases, and then focus,” said Martin Hayward during an informal discussion with media at city hall Thursday afternoon. 449 more words


Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O'Leary to campaign in London

The firebrand venture capitalist vying to be Canada’s next prime minister will be making a stop in London next month.

Former Dragons’ Den star and now Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidate Kevin O’Leary will be speaking at a luncheon hosted by London’s Chamber of Commerce on March 7, as part of a speaker series put on by the business association. 121 more words