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London Plan takes its lumps as neighbours slam more infill developments

While Londoners have generally united behind The London Plan’s philosophy that the city must slow sprawl through intensification, delivering on that promise is fueling division.On Monday, a pair of higher-density developments became the latest test of council’s commitment to intensification.

Lot at 489 Upper Queens St. as seen on Jan. 20, 2023. (Daryl Newcombe/CTV News London)

Fatal house fire in London

One person has died after a house fire in London. Crews were called to the scene on Tremont Road near Trafalgar Street around 8:30 p.m. on Sunday.

A fatal house fire on Tremont Road in London is being investigated. Jan. 30, 2023. (Gerry Dewan/CTV News London)

Mental health and addictions services 'integrate' in Huron-Perth

There’s a new name and vision for mental health in Huron and Perth counties, with little to no changes expected for clients. Two of the largest providers of mental health and addiction services in Huron and Perth counties are joining forces to become Huron Perth Addiction and Mental Health Services, a chapter of the Canadian Mental Health Association.

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'Laverne & Shirley' actor Cindy Williams dies at 75

Cindy Williams, who was among the most recognizable stars in America in the 1970s and 80s for her role as Shirley opposite Penny Marshall's Laverne on the beloved sitcom 'Laverne & Shirley,' has died, her family said Monday.

A short-lived 'punch in the face' cold snap is coming for Eastern Canada

The beginning of February is expected to bring Arctic-like temperatures across much of Eastern Canada, thanks to frigid air from the polar vortex. The cold snap will descend on Eastern Canada this week, with temperatures becoming seasonable again on Sunday. In between, much of Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada can expect the coldest days yet this winter.

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CTV National News for Jan. 30: B.C. drug policy overhaul

British Columbia becomes the first province not to charge people for having some hard drugs; World Health Organization’s COVID-19 stance.

British Columbia becomes the first province not to charge people for having some hard drugs; World Health Organization’s COVID-19 stance.