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There are stunning animals on display at The Canadian Taxidermy Association's 2015 convention and competition in London, Ont.
It was a beautiful day for swans and geese to parade through Stratford on Sunday, April 12.
Recreations of carvings done by Canadian soldiers in a French tunnel before the Battle of Vimy Ridge are going on display for the first time.
A house south of Listowel, Ont., was heavily damaged by fire on Wednesday, April 1.
A solar storm pushed the northern lights south, and they could be seen from areas like Lucan, St. Marys and Holstein.
Through a work program for hundreds of inmates, blankets, gowns, licence plates and other items are made at Trilcor in Lindsay, Ont.
Friday the 13th traditionally brings bikers to Port Dover, and Friday, March 13 was no exception.
Take a look back at all the Weather Snapshots featured on CTV London in March 2015.
A mixed bag of precipitation from snow to freezing rain made for some treacherous driving conditions in southwestern Ontario.
At the Salthaven Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Centre west of London they're working hard to help animals in need.
Take a look back at all the Weather Snapshots featured on CTV London in February 2015.
Rapidly increasing ice cover is making shipping on the Great Lakes difficult, and will likely bring it to a full stop soon.
There was a pileup involving at least 11 vehicles as heavy blowing snow made driving on Highway 402 east of Sarnia, Ont. treacherous.
An EMS truck flipped onto its side at the intersection of Wellington and Commissioners roads around midday.
Fire crews battled a blaze on Main Street in downtown Exeter, Ont. on Friday, Feb. 6, 2015.
Check out the entries from across the region for the 2015 Backyard Rinks Contest.
Animals were safely removed as fire engulfed a livestock barn at Storybook Gardens on Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015.
Southern Ontario residents woke up to its worst storm of the season on Feb 2, 2015.
In front of 100 people, Wiarton Willie predicted an early spring on Feb. 2, 2015.
See pictures of Wiarton Willie Festival highlights stretching back to 1999.