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Wind storm knocks out power lines, traffic lights and branches in London, Ont.

A strong wind storm caused by a fast-moving cold front resulted in power disruptions in London Saturday morning. The gusts took down power lines in multiple locations, including an alarming incident in a city park off Darlene Crescent, where a dangling power line made contact several times causing fiery explosions, cracking and arching of other lines.

Powerful wind gusts in London, Ont. Dec. 3, 2022 knocked down power lines and caused outages across the city. A dangling power line off Darlene Crescent made contact with other lines several times, causing fiery explosions. (Sean Irvine/CTV News London)

Argyle parade a big hit as Santa comes to town

Christmas is still a few weeks away, but that didn’t stop jolly old St. Nick from making a stop in east London, Ont. Saturday. Santa was the star attraction at the Argyle BIA Santa Claus Parade, and Saturday's event drew thousands of Londoners.

High winds delay first annual 'Dung Ah Town Festival!'

High winds on Saturday put a damper on a first annual outdoor festival — but only temporarily. The ‘Dung Ah Town Festival!’ has been postponed until Sunday, with co-organizer Lauri Morrison telling CTV News London, “Mother Nature sort of threw us a curve ball this morning.” The festival celebrates the arts and cultures of Black, Indigenous and people of colour in the community.

Londoners give to those in need at area grocery stores Saturday

The London Business Cares Food Drive (LBCFD) received a substantial boost Saturday thanks to a day-long grocery store donation campaign. At the Food Basics at Wonderland and Commissioners roads, CTV News London personalities and their families were joined by Bell Media radio employees and young volunteers.

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