Mah Noor Mubarik
Mah Noor Mubarik is a journalist with CBC London. She previously reported for CBC Saskatchewan.
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Some businesses on Richmond Street are locking their doors and calling on the city for help
Businesses along Richmond Street are signing a petition that has garnered more than 100 signatures calling on the public and all levels of government to help create a safer environment in the city, especially in the downtown core.
London's Pakistani diaspora improvises relief effort for flood victims
Londoners with ties to Pakistan are using their own homes as makeshift warehouses as part of a grass roots effort in the city to collect and send supplies to the flood-ravaged nation where at least a million people have been left homeless and more than a thousand people have died.
Downtown businesses in London struggle with assaults and smashed windows
Businesses in downtown London are struggling with assaults, shoplifting, and having their windows smashed into, according to employees working in the core.
Artists work with high school students to paint bus that will play pop-up concerts in London
A bus in London got a makeover from local artists and high school students, it’ll be used to take local musicians to play in different neighborhoods across the city.
Horror and fantasy Apple TV series to be filmed in London, Ont.
Richmond Street is about to get a 1970s, New York City-style makeover for a new Apple TV series called Improbable Valentine.
Indigenous food bank offering traditional fares set to open in London, Ont. this fall
Members of Indigenous communities in London, Ont. will soon be able to receive traditional foods meant to help with cultural healing and reconnection, as part of a food bank pilot project.
One year after the Taliban took control in Afghanistan, this London, Ont., woman still fears for her family
One woman in London, Ont., is still fearing for the safety of her relatives back home in Afghanistan on the anniversary of the Taliban taking control of the country.
Twins tell tales to educate kids, donate books to schools in Sri Lanka
Two aspiring medical health professionals started a book series called Twin Tales, aimed at highlighting diversity, communicating health information and helping children learn to become more inclusive.
'Build vibrancy': Street vendor pilot program coming to Dundas Place
The City of London has launched a pilot project that will allow artisans and businesses to become street vendors on Dundas Place.
Mayor John Grace of Goderich, Ont. dies suddenly in boating mishap
Community members in Goderich are shocked by the sudden death of the town's mayor who was a leader in municipal politics for more than two decades.