Hank Daniszewski, The London Free Press

Hank Daniszewski is a 27-year veteran of the London Free Press who covers business and whatever. A native of Woodstock, Daniszewski has a BA in History and MA in Journalism from Western University where he started his career as editor of the Western Gazette. He has worked for the Brandon Sun, the Windsor Star before joining the Free Press. Over the years he has worked the city hall, education and regional beats along with business. Email hdaniszewski@postmedia.com or twitter @HankatLFPress

Stories

Unifor workers on strike at Cami in Ingersoll cast shadows on a warm day. (MIKE HENSEN, The London Free Press)

Cami union leaders bound for Detroit as strike deepens

Union officials at the Cami Automotive plant in Ingersoll are headed to Detroit Thursday to meet with senior General Motors officials in a determined bid to make some progress in the 11-day-old strike.

City workers plant ornamental cabbage in Victoria Park’s Veterans’ Garden, which was partially funded by Second World War veteran Angus McLennan 10 years ago. (DEREK RUTTAN, The London Free Press)

Garden stirs story of five lucky brothers

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.