A fast-moving fire destroyed a finishing barn and killed 2,100 pigs just west of Parkhill early Tuesday morning.
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Some would-be customers of a London escort agency looking for services online found themselves facing a message from police Tuesday.
How many phones do you have?
Parents, you’ve been here before.
Just when things were looking up — Ontario reached deals with several teachers’ unions — it all began to get bleak again.
Are they liberators or terrorists?
Sorry kids — you’re not getting off easy after all.
Talking too much to your friend? Never happened.
Public school board parents in this region won’t know for a while what their kids’ report cards will look like, a spokesperson for the Thames Valley District school board says.
Police say they’ve charged a 37-year-old teacher with voyeurism after staff found a video camera concealed in a backpack in a makeshift change room at Ashley Oaks Public School.
Zero-tolerance cyberbullying policies have made kids less likely to go to adults for help for fear that police will become involved, a survey of Canadian children’s lives online suggests.
Kathleen Wynne has thrown her support behind tobogganing.
The wave of change that swept London city council stopped short of the city’s school boards that remained largely unchanged after Monday’s election.
It’s a ghoulish reality one school board trustee candidate wants to remedy.
What’s the closest French immersion program to your house?
Gordon Moore got a surprise when he walked through the door of his London home a couple of weeks ago -- his wife handed him her wedding band.
It’s not the usual tune school boards sing.
Farmers will be able to air their grievances about new tire recycling fees that will make costs skyrocket.
Canada's taxman doesn't do paper anymore -- at least not mailed-out packages.
As teachers gear up for another walkout on Friday and parents scramble to find last-minute child care, union leaders caution their political protests are just beginning.