The Western University Senate still has faith in President Amit Chakma as the school’s leader.
Students in high schools and universities took a vow of silence today to support the LGBT community.
A local craft brewery is getting an unfortunate taste of what provincial red tape can be like.
Tourism London has been in touch with the band’s management to remind them of a promise they made in 1965.
22 Western Senators petitioned for the meeting to debate non-confidence in Chakma, and in the chair of the Board of Governors.
Chatham-Kent-Essex MPP Rick Nicholls has some unanswered questions about the Liberals’ plans for hydro and beer.
The London Knights handed out their end-of-season awards on Thursday at Budweiser Gardens. The ceremony officially brings the Knights’ 50th anniversary season to a close. The big winners were Captain Max Domi and Mitchell Mamer. Matt Rupert won his fourth straight Heart Trophy.
As students leave town for the summer, city streets are littered with trash.
In an effort to raise $4-billion for infrastructure projects the Ontario government is selling off 60% of Hydro One and allowing beer sales in grocery stores.
Thursday afternoon at Budweiser Gardens, Knights fans can get autographs and watch the team’s awards ceremony.