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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Sounds of the Season

Waterloo dad recalls gnawing hunger of his childhood and how the food bank helped

Chris Martin has distinct memories about the gnawing hunger he faced as a kid, growing up in a food insecure household. He shares his story now to encourage people to donate food and funds to The Food Bank of Waterloo Region.
Sounds of the Season

Fundraiser aims to gather more than 443,000 pounds of food

Londoners were getting into the giving spirit over the weekend, with the launch of the Business Cares Food Drive at 26 grocery stores across the city.

Housing stability action plan puts emphasis on permanent housing solutions

A newly released action plan is shifting London’s focus away from emergency shelter beds and toward providing people with permanent housing solutions.

Where London's at, 1 month after housing stability week

It’s been one month since Alexander William walked through the doors of Silverwoods Arena for London’s Housing Stability Week.

Opt out fees caused 'psychological duress': Guelph campus radio station manager

The outgoing station manager at a campus radio station in Guelph is blasting the provincial government for causing "psychological duress" with its Student Choice Initiative.

Waterloo grad provides aid to protesters in Hong Kong

A University of Waterloo alumnus is among those giving aid to anti-government protesters in Hong Kong.

Family continues to question findings in the death of military college student

Despite investigations involving various police forces, and a public inquest, the Grozelle family still doesn't know how Joe Grozelle died.

Here's what Hutton House is going to do with 23 'new' computers

Hutton House received a donation of 20 laptops and 3 desktop computers from Western's University Students Council.

Union official highlights nature of policing amid public health crisis

The head of the union representing London cops is shedding light on the nature of policing amid a public health crisis, after an officer was found guilty in the death of a woman who was high on meth.

Deputy fire chief taken off job pending code of conduct investigation

London's assistant deputy fire chief, Jack Burt, has been taken out of the workplace pending a code of conduct investigation, according to union official.

When in doubt, call paramedics, cops told after officer found guilty in woman's death

London Police Association sent a letter to its members encouraging officers who doubt the health of an individual to “immediately arrange” for an EMS medical assessment or to bring that person to hospital.

31 people have died from opioid overdoses in London this year: EMS

Adam Bennett, the operations superintendent of Middlesex-London EMS, says paramedics have responded to 438 overdose calls this year, and have given 161 people a total of 219 doses of naloxone.

A 200-year-old First Nation treaty is on display at Museum Strathroy-Caradoc

Treaty 21, also known as the Longwoods Treaty, is on display this week at Museum Strathroy-Caradoc for Treaties Recognition Week.

Construction on Society Café in Blackfriars won't start until the spring: owner

Construction on a heritage building in London’s Blackfriars neighbourhood won’t start until the spring, according the owner of a newly opened café that was struck by a car over the weekend.

Clinical trial strives for better reoccurring prostate cancer treatment

A clinical trial that uses a chemical to trace prostate cancer cells and helps doctors develop better treatment plans for men with reoccurring prostate cancer is now being offered in London, Toronto, Ottawa and Hamilton.