Health officials say they’re investigating a COVID-19 outbreak after upwards of 300 people attended a funeral service earlier this month.
Two more COVID-19 deaths were recorded in the London-area on Friday, as the region’s daily case count remained in the double-digits for a fifth straight day.
London Police say they’ve arrested a woman after two robberies in the south end of the city.
Superior Court Justice Bruce Thomas ordered the exterior doors of the Church of God Restoration in Aylmer be locked in a court decision delivered on Friday.
Police seized $140,000 worth of fentanyl, methamphetamine, cocaine, cannabis, prohibited weapons, and other property during the raids.
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Greyhound Canada says it’s shutting down all remaining bus routes across the country due to declining ridership.
A London man faces several charges after he allegedly caused a ruckus inside of a bank and started a fire in the parking lot.
The City of London says two more people are facing charges, after a March protest that violated public health guidelines.
The London region reported another 80 new COVID-19 cases Thursday, as vaccine eligibility was expanded to include adults 40 and older.