Many seniors love their gardens. Angus McLennan shares his with the whole city — along with the tale of a lucky kid from London and his four brothers who all came back alive from the Second World War.
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Can the Orange Crush wash over Conservative-blue Southwestern Ontario this time?
Southwestern Ontario’s auto industry got another shot in the arm Thursday with a $560-million investment in GM’s CAMI assembly plant in Ingersoll.
Don't trash your rabbit ears just yet.
You won't be spooked by a spike in gasoline prices anytime soon, an energy expert says.
Pop superstar Justin Bieber has a date in his Stratford home turf Monday — not on stage, but in a provincial court.
Ontario Tory leader Tim Hudak shifted from the stick to the carrot Thursday as he touted tax cuts during a stop in London, Ont.
Ontario-made wine will soon join other local goods at farmers’ markets across the province.
A new economic report shows Ontario's auto industry is not revving up the economy as much as expected.
The lawsuits and political furor have already begun over the diluted doses of chemotherapy drugs delivered to hundreds of Canadian cancer patients over the past year.
About 1,000 cancer patients across Ontario are being warned they received an insufficient dose of chemotherapy drugs in the past year.
After decades of declining worth, the Canadian penny has finally been polished off.
Fielding reporters’ questions about a QMI Agency report on federal cheques issued for his son’s wedding, London, Ont., Mayor Joe Fontana said Friday he didn’t want to deal with “speculation and innuendo.”