Angela McInnes

Angela McInnes is a reporter for CBC London. She's also filed for CBC Windsor and Halifax. She has a particular interest in stories touching on environment, poverty and mental health. You can reach her at

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Ontario science and tech curriculum shifts focus from Indigenous framework to economy, educators say

Advocates for Indigenous education are voicing concerns over the Ford government’s decision to prioritize economy over an Indigenous teaching framework in the latest elementary science and technology curriculum.

Hate Crime unit investigates after disturbance at Pride event in London

London police have arrested and charged a man following a disturbance that took place during a Pride event on Saturday in south London, Ont.

Western University ends use of raunchy orientation week nicknames

Western University is putting a stop to hypersexualized nicknames for upper-year students and volunteer leaders in its orientation week events.

Pharmacists in London, Ont., hope medication shortage is resolved before cold and flu season

An Ontario-wide shortage of cold and flu medication has led to partially empty shelves in pharmacies in London.

South London residents say enough is enough to dangerous 2-way intersection

Residents of London’s Old South neighbourhood are petitioning the Ontario city to install a four-way stop at a two-way intersection they say is dangerous.

After a serious collision, this woman has a safety message for cyclists and pedestrians

One woman’s close call is now a cautionary tale for cyclists and pedestrians traveling along the Thames Valley Parkway (TVP).

Hundreds join in to celebrate Indigenous Solidarity Day in south London

The Green in London, Ont.’s Wortley Village neighbourhood was packed on Tuesday with those attending the 26th annual Indigenous Solidarity Day celebrations.

Supply chain issues delay start of London's green bin program

London’s director of waste management says he can’t guarantee exactly when the city’s green bin program will start.

More opportunities to work as a film extra could be coming to London

London’s film scene may not be on par with Los Angeles or Vancouver, but the manager of Film London says his office is working hard to bring more opportunities for extras to town.

Catalytic converter theft hurts east London charity

The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul has been left in the lurch following the theft of a catalytic converter from an essential service vehicle.