Canada - The London Free Press
Saturday - 16th June, 2018
‘Is the black market going to thrive? Absolutely’
Billions of dollars in potential tax revenue lost in a decades-long fight against a stubborn enemy.&...
Friday - 15th June, 2018
Sex suspect freed before charges revealed
A hospital technician charged after a patient said she was drugged and sexually assaulted during a p...
Thursday - 14th June, 2018
London’s bike bash turns to grief as core crash claims cyclist
What was supposed to be a week of celebrating cycling in London turned into a day of mourning Wednes...
Wednesday - 13th June, 2018
Killer blaze shatters young family
CHESLEY — A woman from this Bruce County community was in a London hospital burn unit, her baby sa...
Tuesday - 12th June, 2018
U.S. auto tariffs would ‘devastate’ region
Hitting Canadian auto shipments to the U.S. with a 25 per cent tariff would “devastate” the Sout...
Monday - 11th June, 2018
Effort to end poverty making headway
One year and 27 targets met. London’s anti-poverty strategy has checked off a quarter of its goals...
Saturday - 9th June, 2018
Almost everyone’s working
The London-area jobless rate fell to 5.3 per cent in May, the secondlowest rate ever recorded.&n...
Friday - 8th June, 2018
Orange island in a BLUE WAVE
London swam against the rest of the region — yet again — and much of the province, sending three...
Thursday - 7th June, 2018
Like the man says . . .
Just like in most every election the last decade, London’s one-man turnout machine will be at it a...
Wednesday - 6th June, 2018
800 sought in sex case
Southwestern Ontario’s largest hospital is trying to track down more than 800 former patients trea...
Tuesday - 5th June, 2018
9 hours, 5 ridings, 2 days to go
The last time Southwestern Ontarians voted NDP in big numbers, they took the Liberals to the woodshe...
Monday - 4th June, 2018
After red, what will orange, blue do on green energy?
CHATHAM — It plunged Ontario headlong into green energy nearly a decade ago, making Southwestern O...
Saturday - 2nd June, 2018
A TERRIFYINGLY TRICKY QUESTION
What to make of a Muslim man charged with having explosive material? Especially in London, ...
Friday - 1st June, 2018
BRING ON THE FUN
There will be no whining about nothing to do in London this summer. The city suddenly is aw...
Thursday - 31st May, 2018
Explosive development in carjack case
The police investigation of Haris Masic is hinting at something more sinister. On the surfa...
Wednesday - 30th May, 2018
NDP chases regional breakthrough
If Andrea Horwath expects to ride the NDP’s campaign momentum into the premier’s office, she’l...
Tuesday - 29th May, 2018
NO EARLY BOOZE IN LONDON’S WORLD CUP
German Canadian Club president Juergen Belle is feeling deflated that London social clubs won’t be...
Monday - 28th May, 2018
Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford and Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath shake hands Sunday n...
Saturday - 26th May, 2018
Judge green-lights health unit move
The county had the right, but got it wrong. And that means the Middlesex-London Health Unit...
Friday - 25th May, 2018
Vote-rigging ruckus derails Ford drive
Blaming Grits for ‘trying to change channel,’ top Tory denies growing claims he bought membershi...
Thursday - 24th May, 2018
JUST MISSED, TWICE
Oakridge Oaks right fielder Jack Bowman has a ball bounce off his glove after nearly colliding with ...
Wednesday - 23rd May, 2018
Abduction charge awakens nightmare
The 2009 sexual exploitation complaint against a man — now charged in the Mother’s Day abduction...
Tuesday - 22nd May, 2018
HISTORY CAN BE SEEN AND HEARD
Michelle Hamilton, a public-history professor at Western University, sits beside a decommissioned so...
Saturday - 19th May, 2018
BLOW OUT SALE finch HYUNDAI
FINCH HYUNDAI HAS OVER 400 NEW VEHICLES ON GROUND & WE NEED TO MOVE THEM ASAP. IN ORDER TO D...
Friday - 18th May, 2018
Guilty of murder
Nathan Deslippe saw more in a paper airplane than just a piece of folded paper cutting through the a...
Thursday - 17th May, 2018
Driver Murray Abra manoeuvres his load across Plover Mills Road Bridge over the Thames River as he m...
Wednesday - 16th May, 2018
Premier Kathleen Wynne, in the political fight of her life, wants Southwestern Ontarians to believe ...
Tuesday - 15th May, 2018
Grudge over dog linked to fatal shooting
GODERICH — Don Frigo changed the name of his champion dog. Eight years later, that decisi...
Monday - 14th May, 2018
Fiance charged with murder
Only three days ago, Corey Volland was described in the obituary for Laura Wigelsworth as “the lov...
Saturday - 12th May, 2018
Soon to wed, missing mom found dead
VANASTRA — She was supposed to get married in August. Instead, a funeral is being planned...
Friday - 11th May, 2018
GTA buyers hit area home market hard
If you got shut out of the redhot London real estate market last year, deep-pocketed Toronto buyers ...
Thursday - 10th May, 2018
Ontario racing to ‘referendum on the leaders’
Forget local races, it’s all about the leaders. Experts warn leader influence will be mor...
Wednesday - 9th May, 2018
‘He’s got a gun’
Samuel Maloney was seated in a swivel chair in the computer room of his Old South home when he fired...
Tuesday - 8th May, 2018
Ford’s London West pick admits to slurs
Two days after Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford removed a candidate for homophobic remarks she made in 20...
Monday - 7th May, 2018
Paramedics demand change
With paramedics spending thousands of hours stranded with patients waiting to get into overcrowded L...
Saturday - 5th May, 2018
$1.62B economic fuel injection
CAMBRIDGE — It’s a massive investment that will land in the laps of London-region manufacturers ...
Friday - 4th May, 2018
Stop Dancing Around The Issue
Make an appointment with your doctor about treatment options, including a once a day oral medication...
Thursday - 3rd May, 2018
‘Candid’ Paolatto vows to side with developers
Paul Paolatto launched his mayoral bid Wednesday by explicitly pledging support for the development ...
Wednesday - 2nd May, 2018
‘Repugnant’ sextortion spurs jail term
STRATFORD — Even in the repugnant world of illegally sharing intimate photos online, a Stratford m...
Tuesday - 1st May, 2018
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presents material on Iranian nuclear weapons development d...
Monday - 30th April, 2018
Defying drama, Bolts clinch
That’s how championship teams respond. The London Lightning, fresh from a hell week that ...
Saturday - 28th April, 2018
Taxes ignite rising demand for illegal butts
Repeated tax hikes slapped on smokes are fuelling booming demand for contraband tobacco, a scourge t...
Friday - 27th April, 2018
Bolts star denies slur, says fans hassled him
He says he was the victim. Fans on the other side, on social media, disagree. Amid a heated...
Thursday - 26th April, 2018
Uber lures more riders, taxis’ share tanks
Rides provided by vehicles for hire in London grew 40 per cent since the rules changed a year ago to...
Wednesday - 25th April, 2018
Hall of a way to treat a patient
After years of being squeezed by Ontario’s government, London’s largest hospital is so chronical...
Tuesday - 24th April, 2018
WE ASKED YOU...
Today’s question: Do drivers speed in your neighbourhood? Often/ Sometimes/ Never...
Monday - 23rd April, 2018
‘A brazen abuse of power’
Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford’s move to skip contested nominations in nearly a...
Saturday - 21st April, 2018
Health boss eyes two new injection sites
Public health officials want to build not one, but two supervised drug-injection sites in London —...
Friday - 20th April, 2018
Officials kept care-home report secret
Ontario health bureaucrats have been keeping secret an outside report about a London long-term care ...
Thursday - 19th April, 2018
Wynne rips Ford’s ‘ugly, vicious’ politics
TORONTO — The Ontario Liberals had been circling around the point for days. But on Wednes...
Wednesday - 18th April, 2018
Pressure on to pick drug injection site
Decide first, ask questions later. That’s the approach London’s chief medical officer o...
Tuesday - 17th April, 2018
It all boils down to an extra 90 seconds. The same amount of time it takes to sing O Canada...
Monday - 16th April, 2018
Weathering nature’s onetwo punch
From freezing rain to flooding, the storm that downed trees, knocked out power and turned roads into...
Saturday - 14th April, 2018
Alysha Newman, 23, of London, exults after matching her Canadian record and shattering a 12-year-old...
Friday - 13th April, 2018
I think it affects everyone in the country. Somewhere along the line, we’ve all been on that bus.”
Hundreds gathered at Covent Garden Market in London Thursday to rally around the Humboldt, Sask., Br...
Thursday - 12th April, 2018
Hallowed ‘homeland’ for Canada’s war dead
YPRES, Belgium — Without Ypres, there’d be no In Flanders Fields. Canadian soldier John...
Wednesday - 11th April, 2018
No record for mall bat attacker
ST. THOMAS — A lawyer from a prominent Toronto family received a conditional discharge after he wa...
Tuesday - 10th April, 2018
London tourney pays quiet tribute to fallen players
It’s a small gesture, but a moving one. As the hockey world in Canada comes to grips with...
Monday - 9th April, 2018
LIFE ON THE BUS
When he played for the Humboldt Broncos, the shortest trip Austin Duzan took on the team bus was an ...
Saturday - 7th April, 2018
If ye break faith
It isn’t just about remembering the dead and wounded from a century ago, the millions of lives cut...
Friday - 6th April, 2018
Brown bows out
Q: You’ve always said you planned to run for re-election, so what’s changed? A: It just...
Thursday - 5th April, 2018
Fighting back against naked betrayal
WOODSTOCK — Adorned with the graphic of the City of Woodstock, it’s an anonymous website where m...
Wednesday - 4th April, 2018
Closure for those left behind as story hits home
What Jim Thorne remembers most about his uncle Fred Kristensen was the loss of him. “He w...
Tuesday - 3rd April, 2018
‘Misuse of the justice system’
More than half the charges laid against London marijuana dispensary staffers and operators swept up ...
Monday - 2nd April, 2018
HERE, YOU TRY . . .
Mo Bolden of the Lightning, crowded by Island Storm defenders Du’Vaughan Maxwell and Meshack Lufil...
Saturday - 31st March, 2018
Hidden in plane sight
When 22-year-old Fred Kristensen of London was shot down in Germany in 1944, he left behind a family...
Thursday - 29th March, 2018
Arrests, awareness target human traffic
As provincial police trained city hotel workers to spot tell-tale signs of human trafficking Wednesd...
Wednesday - 28th March, 2018
REFLECTING ON CORE’S POTENTIAL
Brett Lucier, owner of Provincial Glass and Mirror Ltd., celebrates the opening of the company’s n...
Tuesday - 27th March, 2018
Deadly OD, groundbreaking plea
WOODSTOCK — In what’s believed to be one of the first Ontario cases of its kind, a Norwich Towns...
Monday - 26th March, 2018
Hotels raise red flags over strip bar’s plans to head south
A Dundas Street strip bar that has generated controversy because it’s next to a childcare centre m...
Saturday - 24th March, 2018
UP, UP AND AWAY
A dump truck marooned on a collapsed bridge for a month is finally lifted off the broken span by a g...
Friday - 23rd March, 2018
Hit-run killer gets 6½ years to change
The judge told Brittany Boyce to consider the years ahead of her in prison as “an opportunity.”&...
Thursday - 22nd March, 2018
Knights’ sights on 2nd season success
Forget the horrible start. Never mind the four top forwards traded away. And don’t dwell ...
Wednesday - 21st March, 2018
Drug-use location lands near hub
London investor and land developer Shmuel Farhi wasn’t saying anything publicly Tuesday about the ...
Tuesday - 20th March, 2018
Huron vote a study in generosity
It’s another example that disproves the stereotype of twentysomethings being selfish individuals m...
Monday - 19th March, 2018
TITLE LOSS GIVES PURPLE THE BLUES
Western Mustangs Megan Taylor, Anthea Lasis and Carmen Lasis, watch the medal presentation after los...
Saturday - 17th March, 2018
Car-free campus may mean car-free bridge
A shortcut for many London drivers soon will be wiped out as Western University looks to close Unive...
Friday - 16th March, 2018
Thursday - 15th March, 2018
‘Full steam ahead’ on city riverfront redo
The long-awaited redevelopment of London’s riverfront soon will have its oars in the water.&nb...
Wednesday - 14th March, 2018
London firefighter rips city’s ‘culture of fear,’ inaction
The battle lines in a flare-up over workplace harassment at city hall hardened Tuesday as a firefigh...
Tuesday - 13th March, 2018
A RIDE TO REMEMBER
Steve Hartwick and Andy Thompson, wearing period cavalry uniforms, ride at London’s Wolseley Barra...
Monday - 12th March, 2018
Unlimited retail construction in store for southwest?
City politicians will take another crack at opening London’s southwest to unlimited shopping.&...
Saturday - 10th March, 2018
From sacrifice, a natural gift is born
A unique green space in London that’s been compared to New York’s Central Park will soon offer e...
Friday - 9th March, 2018
‘Gaps’ strand ill abroad
Ontario’s health minister now admits a “gap” has left Ontarians in medical distress stranded a...
Thursday - 8th March, 2018
Must we stay or can we go?
Let a judge decide. Deadlocked over a major downtown move, the Londonarea public health agency and M...
Wednesday - 7th March, 2018
Showdown looms at forks over health unit’s HQ
Plans by public health officials to move their central office in London are under fire by Middlesex ...
Tuesday - 6th March, 2018
Ford urges paper ballots late in tight PC race
Frustrated that so many party members haven’t been able to vote, Doug Ford wants the Ontario Progr...
Monday - 5th March, 2018
Facing a different kind of puck drop
A leading local minor-hockey association is sounding the buzzer on sinking enrolment levels — and ...
Saturday - 3rd March, 2018
CODE RED RACE, TORY BLUE REGION
Three months to go until the next election. No leader at the helm. A chaotic, rushed race t...
Friday - 2nd March, 2018
Are U ready for more U-turns?
Get ready to hang a U-ey, London. Drivers will face a bevy of future changes as the city ro...
Thursday - 1st March, 2018
Blame flies after kin end city man’s medical exile
No beds anywhere in Southwestern Ontario — not until a desperate push found one, nearly 200 kilome...
Wednesday - 28th February, 2018
Lucas Vikings Jacob Rochford, left, and Thomas Lowry mob Tyler Arndt after Arndt’s first period go...
Tuesday - 27th February, 2018
Olympic ice dance champions Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue are welcomed home by excited fans after arri...
Monday - 26th February, 2018
Flooded Chatham spared more rain
CHATHAM — Though weekend flooding in Chatham was the worst some residents had ever experienced, it...
Saturday - 24th February, 2018
Wet wallop leaves region reeling
PORT BRUCE — Truck driver Scott Barber was hauling his fourth load of gravel across the Imperial R...
Friday - 23rd February, 2018
No bed, no heart surgery
A lack of funded bed sat University Hospital in London has forced surgeons to delay heart surgeries,...
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