Many local businesses are taking further steps to ensure customers feel safer in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, by announcing that their staff members are either partially or fully vaccinated.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit is reporting two new COVID-19 cases and no deaths Wednesday.
A shortage of resin is having a ripple effect on the construction industry, much the way lumber did in recent months.
Ontario's Special Investigations Unit is investigating after a man was shot by police when he allegedly charged officers with knives in his hands.
Police say a London man is in custody and facing several charges after he forcibly entered a residence in the downtown core then fled and climbed to the roof of another home.
One of the early hotspots for COVID-19 in Southwestern Ontario, Lambton County now appears to be one of the first regions to show signs of emerging from the grips of the pandemic.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has confirmed a back-to-school plan will be released early next week, saying he has 'every confidence in the world' the province will be ready for September.
A city committee has given support to Mayor Ed Holder’s plans to pursue a regional transit hub in downtown London.
London City Councillor Michael Van Holst has failed to garner council support regarding his concerns about vaccine oppression.
The R-value has climbed to peak COVID-19 levels in Alberta, even as daily case numbers remain fairly low, prompting the question: What constitutes a fourth wave of the pandemic in a country that has enough vaccines to inoculate everyone?
After new help was announced by the federal government for Afghan interpreters under threat from the Taliban, advocates are crying foul over tight deadlines and complicated English-language forms.
Dr. Deena Hinshaw, in her first appearance since June 29, said the province will shift its public health response and lift a number of measures related to quarantine, isolation and masks.
Canadian rowers Caileigh Filmer of Victoria and Hillary Janssens of Surrey, B.C., have captured bronze in women's pair at the Tokyo Olympics.
Fully vaccinated Canadian travellers have been left out of plans to ease quarantine restrictions for entry to England and Scotland.
Canada has imposed a difficult deadline on Afghan allies hoping to escape Taliban reprisal for supporting Canadian troops.
COVID-19 in Alberta: New cases surge with 387 new infections
An Ontario man flew to Trinidad only to be turned around and forced to fly home because his vaccine mix is not approved in that country.
Jayson Delorme shares harrowing story of serious burns caused by a brush with wild parsnip.
Richard Madan sits down with 'The Simpsons' voice actor Harry Shearer to discuss the evolution of comedy as society changes.
An off-roader in Ariz. caught the moment he became 'trapped' by a flash flood. Monica Garcia reports.
A five bedroom, 12 bathroom mansion has set a real-estate record in B.C., selling for over $40 million.
This restaurant in New York holds the World Record for the most expensive plate of fries.