A foggy start to the day in the London region with mostly sunshine getting us through the rest of the week and into the weekend.
Few details are known at this time, but there is a heavy police presence in Southwold Wednesday evening.
The Forest City got some national exposure during the latest leg of CTV’s "The Amazing Race Canada." London, Ont. was the site for multiple challenges on the hit reality show in Tuesday's episode.
“It’s not what downtown needs," worries Marvin Post, owner of Attic Books. Post is among many business owners upset that applications have been made to city hall requesting a strip club license and adult massage parlour license be relocated to Dundas Place.
Details from police are scarce, but a section of Wilson Street in Woodstock was shut down Wednesday afternoon for what police called a “weapons-related" investigation.
London police are asking for the public’s help after three men were charged following a human trafficking investigation.
One of the most outspoken MPP’s in Ontario has passed away. Bill Murdoch, who represented Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound for 21 years, passed away on Tuesday, following a two-year-long fight with cancer.
The battle over booze in Ontario corner stores is taking a new direction in London, Ont.
Lise Morton, vice president of site selection for the Nuclear Management Organization (NWMO), says the lack of face to face to communication caused by the pandemic, is the reason it has pushed a deadline to find a home for Canada’s high level nuclear waste, from the end of next year, to the fall of 2024.
A nationwide shortage of liquid Children’s Tylenol is also impacting generic chewables, with Quebec-based Laboratoire Riva reporting a shortage due to rising demand.
A new study has found that more than half of people infected with the Omicron variant of COVID-19 were unaware they had it.
The Ontario government will reveal the next steps of its “Plan to Stay Open” on Thursday.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is due to host the UN chief and Turkey's leader Thursday for talks on the recent deal to resume Ukraine's grain exports, the volatile situation at a Russian-occupied nuclear power plant and efforts to help end the nearly six-month-old war.
Canadians are recalling their fondest memories of shopping at Zellers as plans for its return are announced nearly a decade since its doors closed.
An Ont. doctor already charged in patient's death faces three more murder charges; the number of people who mainly speak French has dropped.
Bill Fortier reports on how science is giving Tasmanian tiger a second chance at life — 86 years after humans killed off the species.