Oxford County businesses and organizations are being encouraged to make their space a safe one for members of the transgendered community by switching to gender-neutral washrooms.
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Here is a list of what’s open and what’s closed on the statutory holiday.
A local MP is hoping to restore protections to the Thames River waterway, which were stripped away by the former Conservative government in 2013.
A device meant to monitor water pressure created quite a scare at Western University Thursday.
A 20-year-old Brantford woman is facing assault charges after an incident involving police and hospital staff in St. Thomas.
Dealing with a lower than normal inventory, Canadian Blood Services is asking people across the country to roll up their sleeves and give.
As the unofficial kickoff to summer quickly approaches, the city has announced it is once again lifting the ban on overnight street parking.
One person is dead following a serious crash north of London.
Another longtime city employee has been tapped to take on a top job at city hall.
As Council’s rubber stamp came down on the finalized bus rapid transit (BRT) routes, London’s mayor declared the controversial project was absolutely happening in the city.