Angela McInnes

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

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Far from Fairy Creek blockades, London, Ont. climate activists gather in show of support

A small but passionate group of London, Ont. environmentalists rallied in Victoria Park on Friday as a show of solidarity with the ongoing Fairy Creek watershed blockades in British Columbia. 

Holy Roller tank preservation well underway

The journey continues for London, Ont.’s Holy Roller tank, as volunteers and Fanshawe students work to preserve its memory in both the digital and physical worlds.

London Ont.'s historic neighbourhoods to be filled with music this Saturday

This Saturday will bring a day of free, live outdoor music in two of London, Ont.’s most historic neighbourhoods.

Hungry? Latin Flavour Map can help you find local hidden gems

A new website is bringing Latino and non-Latino Londoners together, uniting them with a mutual love of food.

Opt out of e-scooters before it's too late, accessibility committee warns

Adding e-scooters to London’s proposed pilot bike share program will do more harm than good, according to one advocate for accessibility. 

Download this app and embark on a new adventure in Downtown London

Londoners can now see the downtown core with a colourful, otherworldly perspective.

4 Black Londoners on whether Dundas Street in this city should be renamed

Now that the City of Toronto has voted to change the name of Dundas Street, some members of London, Ont.'s Black community are saying London should follow its lead.

Londoners gear up to support Olympic hometown heroes

Friends and family of London’s Olympic athletes are ready to watch, cheer, and celebrate as the Tokyo 2020 games open Friday, following a year of unprecedented setbacks due to COVID-19.

Want to work at this London law firm? You'll have to get your shot

The head of a London law firm hopes the province will make workplace vaccines mandatory in the near future.

Community rallies around Mennonite family seriously injured in fire pit incident in Bayham, Ont.

A community is rallying to support five members of a family seriously injured at an outdoor fire pit in the Ontario municipality of Bayham. A family friend says two of the children will be undergoing surgery in Toronto.