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London 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 Queen St. as seen on Jan. 20, 2023. (Daryl Newcombe/CTV News London)

Parkinson's patients find community in boxing class

Rock Steady Boxing is a no-contact boxing program held in Ilderton, Ont. which specializes in boxing for people with Parkinson’s disease. For Bob McMillan, the class is helpful with his coordination and balance, something he's been working on since he was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2015.

Wind chill values dip to -22 C in London region

Wind chill values will be the story of the forecast for a good portion of the week. The thermometer will read much lower than average temperatures for this time of year in the London region, but the wind chill will be even colder.

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. Top Stories

Still no answers on yearslong bread price-fixing scandal: law professor

More than five years since Canada’s Competition Bureau began an investigation into an alleged bread-price fixing scheme, no conclusions have been drawn nor charges laid. As the watchdog is now probing whether grocery stores are profiting from inflation, one expert says the effectiveness of its tools are in question.

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'These deaths were preventable, these lives mattered'

B.C.'s chief coroner Lisa Lapointe warned the province has experienced an average of six deaths, every day, of every week for two years.

B.C.'s chief coroner Lisa Lapointe warned the province has experienced an average of six deaths, every day, of every week for two years.