Rebecca Zandbergen

Host, London Morning

Rebecca Zandbergen is from Ottawa and has worked for CBC Radio across the country for more than 20 years, including stops in Iqaluit, Halifax, Windsor and Kelowna.

Latest from Rebecca Zandbergen

See that bike lane? Pedestrians, it's not for you

Robert Dore, 51, of London, was out on his bike for a 40 km ride when he collided with a pedestrian who was standing in a bike lane. He’s now warning pedestrians to stay on the sidewalk.
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Woman says officer grabbed her, another punched her in eye outside Ontario mall before she was charged

London, Ont., police are conducting an internal review after a woman selling tea outside a mall claims she was grabbed without explanation and then left with a black eye before she was charged with various offences.

Forget bottles. Cans are here to stay, Ontario beer drinkers 

The clock is running out on selling bottled beer in Ontario because of skyrocketing glass prices, a global supply shortage and retailers who prefer canned beer.

Family denied rescue dog because son has autism files Ontario human rights complaint

A Listowel, Ont., woman has filed a human rights complaint against Kismutt Rescue after the non-profit said her family wouldn't be able to adopt a dog for her nine-year-old son because he has autism.
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Community conversations: Londoners to consider housing affordability on election day

From worrying that their kids will never be able to buy a home, to wondering how they can afford rents that keep going up while salaries remain flat, Londoners are speaking about housing, and what they want politicians to do about the issue amid the upcoming provincial election.
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Here's why London's police chief wants to hire 52 more officers

The London Police Service has the approval from the board that oversees its work to add 52 new frontline police constables to its force to address what Chief Steve Williams calls unprecedented demand. He'll now need to make his case to London city council. But first he made his case on London Morning.
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Is progressive discipline working? TVDSB says yes

Despite acknowledging that violence in schools is on the rise, Thames Valley District School Board Superintendent of Safe Schools, Dennis Wright, says its progressive discipline policy, as mandated by the province, is working.

Is progressive discipline at Ontario schools working? This Grade 8 teacher says no

It's been 15 years since Ontario moved from a zero tolerance to bullying to "progressive discipline," but one London teacher says it's not working as elementary schools are facing an increase in violent incidents by students.

'Why did I come forward?': Ontario woman says OPP mishandled sex assault investigation

An Ontario woman who says she was sexually assaulted at a community fire hall outside London, Ont., says an investigating officer yelled at her, told her she was lying and threatened to charge her for doing so. Now, she's sharing her story in the hopes others understand the challenges survivors face in coming forward.

Father demands answers after son faces violent bullies at Saunders Secondary

A London father says his son is being targeted by violent bullies at Saunders Secondary School. The dad met with school officials on Wednesday morning to try to get help.

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