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What's planned for London's Remembrance Day ceremony
For the first time in three years, London’s major Remembrance Day ceremony will be held without COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, which organizers hope will result in the return of thousands of people to Victoria Park.
Why won't the City of London say how many firefighters aren't vaccinated?
Paramedics and police officers responding to emergencies have to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, but firefighters in London, Ont., do not. That has some of their colleagues questioning the city policy that allows first responders to continue working despite not being vaccinated.
Snowbirds to join London's drive-in airshow in August
Inspired by the success of last year’s drive-in airshow, organizers are planning a repeat performance this summer and the Canadian Forces Snowbirds will be among the aerobatic teams taking part in SkyDrive 2021.
GPS is (finally) coming to the London Fire Department
For years, many motorists have relied on GPS (Global Positioning System) to help them navigate unknown neighbourhoods or trips to another city. So you might be surprised to learn that drivers with the London Fire Department don’t have that luxury.
New study to look at how Canada's veterans have been impacted by COVID-19
The Lawson Health Research Institute is partnering with the Centre of Excellence on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Ottawa to study how Canada’s veterans have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Advisory committee member resigns to protest city's 'disregard for us'
The vice-chair of London’s accessibility advisory committee, Jacqueline Madden, has resigned because, she says, the committee hasn’t been allowed to hold meetings since the start of the pandemic.
Gerry LaHay remembered for making accessibility matter in London
Social media is abuzz with tributes to London accessibility advocate Gerry LaHay, who died early Friday following a brief illness.
Local business 'dispirited' after anti-maskers slam store with negative reviews
A London, Ont. business is being slammed with negative reviews on social media after a group of people refused to abide by the store's mandatory mask policy and were asked to leave.
Watchdog clears London police in death of man who fell from high-rise balcony
The province’s police watchdog has concluded that there's no basis for criminal charges to be laid in connection with the death of a 27-year-old London man who fell from a Walnut Street balcony earlier this year.
Police jump onboard runaway truck as it heads into Clinton
OPP officers are being praised for acting quickly to avert a potential disaster near Clinton Wednesday morning by intercepting a tanker truck that failed to stop for police.