Sara Jabakhanji

Reporter

Sara Jabakhanji is a reporter with CBC News and graduate of Ryerson's School of Journalism. Sara has chased stories for the CBC across the province of Ontario in Toronto, Ottawa and London. You can reach her at: sara.jabakhanji@cbc.ca

Latest from Sara Jabakhanji

Program aims to preserve Indigenous history with archeological site training

A unique program aiming to preserve Indigenous history has been training people to monitor archeological sites, identify artifacts and learn about their history.

Traffic diversion solution on Dundas Place a 'reasonable compromise,' councillor says

London city council came up with an unexpected solution to a heated debate over bike lanes on Dundas Place on Tuesday.

COVID-19 vaccination won't break your fast this Ramadan, say experts

As Muslims begin their second month-long fast under a COVID-19 Ontario-wide lockdown — but this time with vaccines available — some wonder whether they should be getting the shot while fasting.

First of its kind dental clinic targeting low-income families, individuals opens in London, Ont.

A new "low-cost" dental clinic has opened its doors in London, Ont., this week after three years in the making.

Thinking of building a deck or fence this summer? Lumber prices might make you think again

If you were hoping to finally get to the home projects you've been planning for months now, brace yourself for a more hefty bill.

Families relieved as loved ones receive COVID-19 vaccine

Family members say getting their loved ones vaccinated has given them a "peace of mind," as London continues its mass vaccination efforts and opens up to more eligible groups.

Pivot back to remote learning once again proves difficult, parent says

Two schools in Woodstock, Ont. — the first in the region — were forced to close downin the past week after several positive cases were identified, some of which involved variants of concern.

'It's heartbreaking': Asian Canadians in London speak out after surge in anti-Asian attacks

Asian Canadians in London are speaking out after a surge in anti-Asian attacks and an Atlanta shooting that left six Asian women dead this week has left the community reeling from trauma.

London vaccination program offers Indigenous services to make experience more comfortable for community

A new COVID-19 vaccination site dedicated to providing access to the London area's Indigenous populations is now up and running with accommodating services offered to help patients feel safe.

Historical signs take off as Londoners get curious about their homes' heritage

The Architectural Conservancy of Ontario in London has reached a milestone, after delivering its 300th historical home sign to a homeowner this past week.

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