A 27-year-old pedestrian is in hospital after being hit by a vehicle in east London.
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Lower than normal curbside donations have organizers of the London Cares Curb Hunger Food Drive hoping for a weekend surge of contributions at grocery stores.
A man escaped without injury after fire tore through his northwest London home on Wednesday.
In a medical first in Ontario, a London woman with epilepsy had electrodes placed in her brain in a robotic-assisted surgery.
As additional charges of sexual assault against children are laid against a Guelph man, police are expanding their search for victims to cities the man previously lived in, including London.
Council votes unanimously to allow amplified music and dancing on bar and restaurant patios in London.
Retired coin-operated parking meters are getting a second lease on life in London. They’re being re-purposed as Kindness Meters.
The leader of Ontario’s New Democrats blames chronic underfunding of the health care system for what she calls a growing hospital wait time “crisis” in the province.
The London area has received nearly $9-million from the federal and provincial governments ahead of Canada’s 150th birthday.
More classroom and clinical training space, seminar rooms, and research labs are just some of the state-of-the-art features at Western University’s new $41-million nursing facility.