CBC News canada
Story of unlikely friendship wins award for CBC London
A story about a homophobic slur - and the twist that followed - has earned CBC London's Hala Ghonaim an award for her reporting.
Western reaches tentative deal with graduate teaching assistants
Two thousand graduate teaching assistants (GTA) at Western University have reached a tentative deal with the school.
Supreme Court hears case of London teacher acquitted of voyeurism
An advocate for women and children's safety is hoping the Supreme Court of Canada will strike down the acquittal of a London High school teacher on voyeurism charges. Barb MacQuarrie of Western University says the decision leaves children with very few protections.
Bouncer charged in Richmond Row punch captured on video
A 23-year-old bouncer is now charged with aggravated assault after a man was punched in the face in an incident outside a Richmond Street bar early Monday that was captured on tape.
From southwestern Ontario to Humboldt: sending warm hugs with quilts
London police welcome new Indigenous recruit with first-ever smudge ceremony
Doug Ford says he's 'dead against' supervised injection sites
3.6 magnitude earthquake hits Amherstburg Ont., felt across Windsor-Essex
Strike at Canadian Pacific Railway postponed for now, unions say
Liberal official apologizes for crude remark about Doug Ford
Ontario Poll Tracker: The latest poll averages and seat projections
Details about supervised injection site locations coming today: health unit
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Friday
On the eve of legalization, here's what smokers are celebrating this 420
Some London restaurants ditching straws amid growing backlash