City of London seeks public input on lowering residential speed limits

Staff with the City of London are reaching out to residents for feedback on the idea of lowering speed limits in residential neighbourhoods. The current limit in most residential areas is 50 kilometres per hour, but last month, the civic…

MPP Michael Coteau brings bid for Ontario Liberal leadership to London

A former cabinet minister for the Kathleen Wynne government brought his bid for Ontario Liberal Party leadership to London on Tuesday. Don Valley East MPP Michael Coteau shared breakfast and his platform with Londoners and local Liberals at the Campus…

London goalie becomes latest local to make OHL commitment

Another local hockey talent is setting his sights on the Ontario Hockey League. Michael Simpson, a 10th-round selection in the 2019 OHL draft, has signed a standard player agreement (SPA) with the Peterborough Petes. In 16 games with the London…

London researchers awarded $1.35M to complete dementia research

The Lawson Health Research Institute says it has been award $1.35 million to complete research on dementia and other neurodegenerative illnesses. The funding, spread over the course of five years, comes through the second phase of a collaborative research program…

Dead body pulled from Lake Erie near Leamington: OPP

Essex County OPP are investigating after a body was pulled from the waters of Lake Erie in Leamington on Sunday. Officers and local firefighters responded to reports of a body in the water near Point Pelee Drive and Ellis Street…

Londoners celebrate Raptors’ NBA Championship, temporarily shut down stretch of Richmond Street

Downtown London was buzzing with excitement Thursday night, but city police say revelers celebrating the Toronto Raptors’ NBA Championship win were well-behaved. London police say about 1,000 people turned out to watch Game 6 of the NBA Finals in Jurassic…