Liny Lamberink

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Liny Lamberink is a reporter in London, ON. She can be reached at liny.lamberink@cbc.ca

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London police investigating discovery of noose in Warbler Woods

Sara MacDonald found the rope dangling from a tree while walking her dog along a popular wooded trail in the city's west end.

Unreliable internet means First Nation students at this school will learn from workbooks

Elementary students in Chippewas of the Thames First Nation will learn from workbooks instead of online, because internet access in the community is unreliable and expensive.

26 years later, sister wants OPP to use new techniques to find Sonya Cywink's killer

People aren't talking to police, so Meggie Cywink wonders if they'd talk to her instead.

Ontario invests $26.8M to attract young people to the trades

A provincial investment of $26.8 million in new funding to attract young people to the trades was made at the Children’s Museum in London Thursday, in the face of a looming labour shortage.

WWII veteran's family reunited with service record found at Goodwill

The family of a World War II veteran from Chatham-Kent say they're excited to be reunited with a record of his wartime service. 

Lumber shortage putting strain on building industry

Contractors say they’re pushing major wood deck and fence installations until next year because a shortage of pressure-treated lumber has been making it tough and expensive to source materials over the past few months. 

St. Thomas woman looking for descendants of WW2 vet after finding his service record

A St. Thomas woman is trying to connect with the descendants of a World War II veteran after discovering his service record inside a book she purchased from a Goodwill store.

London woman alleges discrimination after status card refused at consignment store

Yeyatalunyuhe George said a man working at For You Consignment refused to take her Indian status card.

A city plagued by homelessness builds AI tool to predict who's at risk

The Chronic Homelessness Artificial Intelligence model – or the CHAI model for short – is giving social services in London, Ont. a glimpse into the future so they can better serve people who are struggling to keep a roof over their head. 

Grey Street crash that severs gas line under police investigation

Dozens of homes on Grey Street were evacuated Friday morning after a car hit a house and severed a gas line.

Plans for two new London-area schools cause for relief in Summerside

The Thames Valley District School Board has received approval from the Ministry of Education to tender the construction of a $14-million dollar facility in Summerside, a neighbourhood in the city's southeast end.

Fallen on desperate times, an Ontario summer camp opens its cabins to migrant workers

Housing migrant workers during their quarantine barely scratches the surface of Pearce Williams Summer Camp and Retreat Facility's expected revenue loss.

Rainy start to car-free weekends on Dundas Place

Grace Restaurant said business was great Friday night. It rained or threatened to rain for the rest of the weekend.

Construction starting on Embassy Commons affordable housing building

Indwell, a Hamilton-based Christian organization, is turning the site of the old Embassy Hotel at 744 Dundas St. into Embassy Commons.

Screening for long-term care visits like crossing the border, says loved one

Brenda Foster was able to visit her dad inside Henley Place Tuesday for the first time in months.

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