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Forecast calls for record-setting heatwave as London officials urge public caution
par Jonathan Juha le 26/05/2020 à 6:30
City hall is opening two cooling centres across London in an attempt to keep residents cool amid an extreme heatwave hitting most of Southwestern Ontario.
COVID-19: St. Thomas assessment centre easing access to testing
par Dale Carruthers le 26/05/2020 à 6:00
St. Thomas's COVID-19 assessment centre is easing access to virus testing to meet an expected surge in demand as Ontario urges more people to get tested.
LFP's giving unlimited access to COVID-19 stories. Here's the latest: May 26
par Robin Harvey le 26/05/2020 à 5:49
Here is a rundown of our latest coverage on the London-area fallout of COVID-19:
COVID-19: Port Stanley Festival Theatre last to pull plug on summer season
par Joe Belanger le 26/05/2020 à 5:45
Port Stanley Festival Theatre has cancelled its summer season, joining all other companies across the region in bowing to the virus crisis. “Yes, I am very disappointed,” said artistic director Simon Joynes, noting the theatre was ahead of last season’s advance ticket sales by […]
Teen charged, second sought in London high school break-in
par Dale Carruthers le 26/05/2020 à 5:34
One teen is charged and police are seeking a second after a break-in at a London high school.
Digital Extremes on the block just as COVID-19 drives gaming growth
par Norman De Bono le 26/05/2020 à 5:18
A London gaming business is seeing some growth, even as a change in ownership is in the wind. Digital Extremes, maker of the Warframe game, has recently hired 14 staff, growing its ranks to 325, as its game is in demand since more people are home more due to COVID-19. “This is tied to COVID,
COVID-19: Social work students keep helping 'in the trenches' with remote placements
par Heather Rivers le 26/05/2020 à 5:01
Faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, officials at King's University College considered shutting down the internships for their social work students. Instead, the college officials chose to offer the students a vital — and unique — experience.
COVID-19: Bidding, prices up as London, area auctioneers sell lots online
par Max Martin, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter le 26/05/2020 à 4:33
If there’s one thing that doesn’t look like it’ll disappear in the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s auctions.
'A mobile drug store': London man who crashed van convicted on gun, narcotics charges
par Jane Sims le 26/05/2020 à 3:05
The judge said Raymond Wilson was “a mobile drug store.”
Western University community floods Ivey Business School's new online entrepreneur class
par Heather Rivers le 26/05/2020 à 1:15
COVID-19 may have stalled much of the world’s economy, but members of Western University’s worldwide community have proved they are eager to learn about entrepreneurship.