Angela McInnes


Angela McInnes is a radio and digital reporter for CBC London. You can reach her at

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London's getting funnier with new 3-day comedy festival

London's first-ever comedy festival kicks off Thursday night with comedians taking the stage at two different venues.

Crisis worker with London Children's Aid urges province to step in as agency places kids in hotels

A crisis intervention specialist with the London, Ont. branch of the Children’s Aid Society (CAS) says there are currently no beds available for some of the city’s most vulnerable youth.

Here are the first 5 proposed addresses for London's homeless hubs

The potential locations for the first five of London’s service hubs for those experiencing homelessness were presented in a media briefing on Wednesday.

'Once-in-a-century' rainfall leads to swarms of mosquitoes that postpone local fall fair

Residents in the municipality of West Elgin, Ont. have been dealing with swarms of mosquitoes into mid-September due to record-breaking rainfall during the late summer.

Agencies urge city for continued security at outreach spaces facing escalating violence

A number of agencies offering services to those experiencing homelessness in London, Ont., are urging city council to continue providing security at two key downtown outreach and resting spaces.

Bird from the Middle East makes rare appearance at London, Ont., airport

Bird watchers in London, Ont. are curious to know how the national bird of Iraq and Pakistan made its way to the city’s international airport.

Small Ontario town vows to hold itself accountable for upholding TRC's Calls to Action

Politicians in a small southwestern Ontario town have promised to keep track of the work being done to take action recommended by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC).

His wife is trapped in a flooded campground while he's left cleaning up the Watford, Ont. home

A retired couple living in Watford Ont. has been separated by this week's flash flooding with one left bailing out a wet basement, and the other trapped in a nearby campground where a river washed out a bridge. 

More Ontario funeral directors are using AI to help write obituaries

Funeral directors in Ontario are experimenting with the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to help bereaved families compose obituaries.

London Children's Museum now $2M closer to relocation in city's east end

The Canadian government is putting $2 million toward expanding the London Children’s Museum.