The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) is reporting 26 new COVID-19 cases, but no new deaths Wednesday.
The Thames Valley District School Board (TVDSB) has laid off 50 early childhood educators (ECEs), citing the pandemic and low enrollment.
The initial excitement to electrify London Transit’s fleet of city buses was tempered today by a dose of reality.
London police Chief Steve Williams says there has been a gradual increase in hate crimes reported in London over the past several years. But he says a noticeable surge took place in 2020 following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis in May of 2020.
Witnesses say a flatbed tow truck driver has been injured in an incident in Woodstock, Ont. Wednesday afternoon.
On Tuesday evening, emergency crews were called to fight a large fire at a cement plant near Coldstream in Middlesex County and a barn fire just minutes away.
Haldimand OPP feel there may be more potential victims after arresting and charging a suspect with numerous sex-related offences in Caledonia, Ont.
Preparations are underway at the Stratford Festival for a return of theatre this summer, with in-person rehearsals beginning last week.
Windsor police are investigating a homicide after a London, Ont. man was killed and another injured when an altercation in the city’s east end turned violent.
Help for the struggling James Bay community of Kashechewan has been slow in coming, as COVID-19 infections surge through overcrowded homes and isolation facilities remain non-existent, Chief Leo Friday said on Wednesday.
Green Party Leader Annamie Paul is calling out efforts by members of the party’s governing body to force her removal following internal policy disputes as “racist” and “sexist.”
Less than a year into her mandate as leader of Canada's Green Party, Annamie Paul is facing calls to resign, and Nanos Research's Nik Nanos says the internal divisions within the party could have a impact on their success in the next federal election.
The Senate has passed Bill C-15, which seeks to align Canadian law with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), which the global body adopted in 2007. The long-anticipated legislation passed the upper chamber by a vote of 61 to 10, with nine abstentions.
In a scathing farewell speech, Nunavut NDP MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq blasted the federal government for inaction on Indigenous issues and accused parliamentary security of racial profiling. Her comments have sparked reaction from her colleagues, who are speaking to the work still needed to be done to make Parliament a welcoming place.
Dr. Isaac Bogoch, infectious disease expert, breaks down vaccine efficacy against the Delta variant.
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller discusses a COVID-19 outbreak at an Ontario First Nation that is primarily infecting children.
Caught on cam: A large tornado seen in a D'Arcy, Sask. farm field damaged crops as the province was hit by severe weather on June 15.
NDP MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq says that she has never 'felt safe' and alleges she was racially profiled while being in the House of Commons.
The Coca-Cola stock took a $4 billion dive after soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo pushed Coke bottles away from him during a press conference.
MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos is donating $2.7 billion to a number of charities including groups fighting racial injustice.
A herd of 15 wild Asian elephants have made a 500-kilometre journey from a Chinese nature reserve, defying attempts to redirect them.
A California university student's graduation photos taken in farm fields where she worked with her family have gone viral.