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Canada quietly concludes additional auto talks with Japan
Canada and Japan have agreed to additional trade rules on motor vehicle safety and environmental standards, according to a side letter tabled in the House of Commons Tuesday. The rules take effect with the rest of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal on Dec. 30.
Interim OPP commissioner asks court to order ombudsman investigation into Taverner appointment
Interim Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Brad Blair wants an Ontario court to order the provincial ombudsman to investigate the appointment of Premier Doug Ford's family friend Ron Taverner as the new OPP commissioner.
London cop pleads guilty to kicking, punching woman while she was in restraints
A London police sergeant pleaded guilty to three Police Services Act charges for an incident involving a young drunk woman in 2016.
Woman facing impaired driving charges after Munsee-Delaware pedestrian killed
A 31-year old woman has been charged with numerous offences after a motor vehicle collision killed a pedestrian in early December.
London Children's Museum unveils new look designed by California firm
The London Children's Museum unveiled the first glimpses of its new $14 million look Friday, designed by California-based Gyroscope Inc.
Ford government to recall legislature after Power Workers' Union announces strike action
Unfounded bomb threats reported in London and area
London restaurant employees demand pay from owner
Fighting back against the cancer that took his dad, one hospital parking voucher at a time
Ford government to resume arbitration hearings with OMA
Bitter gymnast made false allegations, defence argues in Brubaker case
CBC London's 12 Days of Giving
Ex-Canadian gymnastics coach's sex assault trial shows sport still in flux
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Friday
How Ontario food banks fill their shelves via weekly swaps along Hwy 401