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CTV News London’s top stories from this week

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In case you missed it, CTV News London has compiled all the top local stories from this week into one video for your convenience.

You can also read about each story by following the links below.

Pro-Palestine protestors said Western University officials cancelled a meeting regarding the ongoing encampment over a faculty member’s presence.

There was a city-wide debate sparked over a potential 6 p.m. curfew for gas-powered lawn equipment that even the mayor chimed in on.

Local leaders acknowledge the homeless service hub plan may have been overly ambitious.

The city is asking for public feedback as it develops an updated homeless encampment strategy.

Housing advocates held a symbolic memorial service for unhoused Londoners who have died.

A downtown office tower will be converted into retail space and apartments.

London Health Sciences Centre announced David Musyj as new acting CEO.

A biologist discovered a rare species of endangered snail living near Woodstock.

Opening night of Art Comp was held at 100 Kellogg Lane.

And the London Knights prepared for the first game of their Memorial Cup quest against Drummondville.

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Why Mount Rainier is the U.S. volcano keeping scientists up at night

The snowcapped peak of Mount Rainier, which towers 4.3 kilometres (2.7 miles) above sea level in Washington state, has not produced a significant volcanic eruption in the past 1,000 years. Yet, more than Hawaii’s bubbling lava fields or Yellowstone’s sprawling supervolcano, it’s Mount Rainier that has many U.S. volcanologists worried.

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