Man in custody following London homicide

Man in custody following London homicide

London Police have a man in custody following a homicide that occurred Tuesday evening. Police say the investigation is ongoing at this time. As previously released, at approximately 9:55 p.m., members of the London Police Service and EMS responded to a residence on Grey Street in response to a 9-1-1 call reporting a stabbing. A […]

Enrollment in Ontario’s basic income pilot now successfully completed

Enrollment in Ontario’s basic income pilot now successfully completed

Ontario is providing more than 4,000 people with a basic income, successfully completing the enrollment phase of the three-year pilot. Ontario launched the pilot one year ago, becoming a leader in real-world testing of whether a basic income can help people living on low incomes. With enrollment complete, the pilot will now look at how […]

London police investigate murder on Grey Street

London police investigate murder on Grey Street

London police are seeking the public’s assistance in a murder investigation. On Tuesday, at approximately 9:55 p.m., members of the London Police Service and EMS responded to an address on Grey Street in response to a 911 call reporting a stabbing and located a male with serious injuries.  He was transported to hospital for treatment […]

New laws make it easier for condo residents to charge their electric vehicles

New laws make it easier for condo residents to charge their electric vehicles

Starting May 1st, new changes will be in effect to make it easier for condo residents to charge their electric vehicles at home as part of Ontario’s plan to fight climate change. Tracy MacCharles, Minister of Government and Consumer Services, along with MPP Arthur Potts, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Transportation and the Minister […]

Ontario conducting inspection blitzes at workplaces across the province

Ontario conducting inspection blitzes at workplaces across the province

Ontario is conducting more than two dozen inspection blitzes in 2018-2019 to ensure employers are meeting health, safety and employment standards at workplaces across the province. Enforcement staff will visit workplaces such as warehouses, “big box” retail, grocery stores, chemical manufacturing plants, pulp and paper mills, hotels, golf courses, health care organizations, mines and construction […]

Windsor man charged with child pornography

Windsor man charged with child pornography

A 31-year-old Windsor man has been charged in connection with a child pornography investigation by the Windsor Police Internet Child Exploitation Unit (ICE). Police say the investigation began in January, when they were contacted by the Sudbury Police Service in regards to a suspect in Windsor who was allegedly in possession of child pornography. Members of the ICE Unit […]

Ontario allocates 30,000 more long-term care beds for seniors

Ontario allocates 30,000 more long-term care beds for seniors

Premier Kathleen Wynne was at Kensington Gardens in Toronto today to announce that Ontario has allocated 5,000 new long-term care (LTC) beds in communities across the province. Government officials say this is part of the province’s commitment to build 5,000 new beds by 2022 and more than 30,000 new beds over the next decade. These […]

Watford man facing multiple charges in Sarnia child luring investigation

Watford man facing multiple charges in Sarnia child luring investigation

Sarnia police have charged a 34-year-old Watford man in connection with a child luring investigation. Members of the Sarnia Police Service Youth Bureau began an investigation involving a female student from Sarnia on April 12th. Investigators determined that the youth had met a 34-year-man who struck up a relationship with her. The accused allegedly provided […]

Bundled care program will help patients return home sooner after surgery

Bundled care program will help patients return home sooner after surgery

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne was at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre today to explain how the government’s investment of nearly $19 billion in health care and an expanded innovative bundled care program will help reduce wait times at Ontario hospitals. Premier Wynne highlighted the government’s commitment, which represents an increase of $822 million, or 4.6 per […]

Buenas brand Grated Coconut recalled due to Salmonella

Buenas brand Grated Coconut recalled due to Salmonella

APO Products Ltd. and UNO Foods Inc. have recalled Buenas brand Grated Coconut from the marketplace due to possible Salmonella contamination. Consumers should not consume the recalled product described below. Buenas, Grated Coconut, All lot codes ending in AF and All lot codes ending in AG and All lot codes beginning with OA, OB, OC, […]

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