The Special Investigations Unit is revisiting a 2010 police shooting that left a Brantford teen dead after the initial inquest found no wrong doing on the officer’s part.
Mayor Matt Brown is asking to revisit the debate over food trucks in the city.
Chief Brad Duncan says the officer who parked a cruiser in a handicapped spot has been spoken to.
The ban on food and drinks in the public gallery could end soon.
Exhibitors are setting up at the Western Fair District for the 10th Annual London Wine and Food Show.
Dundas St. in the downtown core will soon be home to a 30-unit affordable housing complex.
The Lawson Health Research Institute is hoping the province will adopt the Transitional Discharge Model, which helps reintegrate those who have suffered a mental health crisis into the community.
Another person has died from the flu in London-Middlesex, bringing the total number of flu related deaths to four this season.
Premier Kathleen Wynne spoke at Western this morning about the importance of post-secondary education and her current tour of the province’s universities and colleges.
You’re advised to bundle up before going out today as windchills fall to -30C.