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Weather statement warns of lots of rain
It's promising to be a wet Easter weekend according to Environment Canada. The weather agency has issued a special weather statement calling for rain, and potentially, lots of it.
Study finds one in five Ontario children have mental health problems, same as 30 years ago
Around one in five Ontario children have a mental health disorder — about the same percentage as in 1983 — but more people now perceive a need for professional help, according to a province-wide study out of McMaster University.
Transgender girl's sex-ed curriculum appeal dismissed by human rights tribunal
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario has dismissed the case of a transgender girl fighting the provincial government's repeal of a modernized sex-ed curriculum.
Ontario wants to let developers pay a fee in lieu of actions on endangered species
Ontario intends to allow municipalities and developers to pay a fee in lieu of taking certain actions to protect species at risk.
'It's a miracle we're alive': Tenants jump out window in Oxford Street fire
A number of international students made harrowing escapes from their burning apartments after an early-morning fire on Oxford Street.
'You've got a safe room'; $2.9M pledged for the construction of London's first youth shelter
'I really don't think that's the answer'; London doctor rejects call for firearms ban
Even the landlord admits his building on The Ridgeway is 'pretty rough'
Anti-carbon tax stickers will cost Ontario government at least $5K
Mom demands laneway closed, saying it's become a hotbed of sex, drugs and filled with litter
Garbage, a stinky sign of spring. So, what's the city doing about it?
Doug Ford's beer promise could create hundreds of millions of dollars in penalties
Ontario may let pharmacists prescribe treatments for minor issues like pink eye
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Thursday
'It was crazy': Frustrated London woman leads clean up of abandoned homeless camp
Ford government's anti-carbon tax ad hits the airwaves — but leaves out some key details
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