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London region under special weather statement

A cold front will move into the area Wednesday morning, with rain and strong winds expected. Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement warning of winds gusting upward of 80 km/h Wednesday in London.

New report projects London population to hit 500,000 this decade

A consultant’s report projecting London’s population, employment, and housing growth over upcoming three decades (2021-2051) is going to the Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee meeting on Dec. 6. The report will help guide municipal decision making to ensure municipal decisions take growth estimates into consideration.

Railway-themed mini golf course opens inside St. Thomas, Ont. mall

You can putt through a replica of the CASO Station, or play alongside Jumbo the elephant in St. Thomas’ newest attraction. Railway 1856 Ultimate Mini-Golf is a course which winds through Elgin Centre and pays homage to the city’s railway history, and its grand opening is set for this weekend.

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PM, Poilievre spar over possibility of election interference

CPC Leader Pierre Poilievre questioned PM Justin Trudeau on how Canada's national security is being reinforced against foreign interference

CPC Leader Pierre Poilievre questioned PM Justin Trudeau on how Canada's national security is being reinforced against foreign interference