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Comeback councillors criticized for attaching conditions to media interviews
Two former members of London city council – Bud Polhill and Stephen Orser -- have come under fire from media experts for making some unusual demands in return for doing media interviews.
London police move to hire full-time psychologist
Citing a rising need among officers who face increasing mental health challenges on the job, London's Police Service Board approved in principle a plan to hire a full-time psychologist.
Police release photo of teen wanted in fatal east-end shooting
Police have released a photo of an 18-year-old London man wanted in connection to the fatal shooting of Christopher Clements-Card.
New Dundas Place manager says flex street will be 'icing on the cake'
The City of London has hired Savanah Sewell as manager of Dundas Place, the project to transform Dundas Street into Dundas Place. She'll be responsible for programming concerts, festivals and other events on the street.
Vote Notes: Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018
What are Londoners talking about today? What do you need to know about what's going on on the municipal election front? We've got you covered with our digest, Vote Notes.
PCs poised to kill Green Energy Act
Man shot and killed in downtown Kitchener, white Mercedes sought near Mississauga
Health unit makes the business case for permanent consumption sites
Anger after London guard calls himself 'babysitter' of 'socially inept' on social media
Record for 'world's largest Caesar cocktail' set at International Plow Match
'Stuck at the back row': Western student wonders why renovated classroom doesn't have a ramp
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Thursday
Campus Police caution over 'suspicious' clipboards seeking personal information
London community association to elevate core voices