Here are several facts about Cami, the automotive plant in Ingersoll where thousands of workers have gone on strike.
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A city councillor is sounding off on payday loan businesses as politicians endorse slightly tougher local rules on the controversial financial agencies.
London, Ont. Mayor Matt Brown spoke with Postmedia reporter Patrick Maloney late Tuesday, addressing the scandal engulfing city council amid the mayor's inappropriate relationship with Coun. Maureen Cassidy, who’s quit as deputy mayor. Here’s a transcript of the interview:
A Londoner who kept the scourge of thalidomide out of the United States has died, leaving behind a legacy of achievement that made her a hero south of the border.
The family of a teenager killed after tracking down his missing cellphone is preparing to break their silence as one suspect is confirmed dead and the hunt for two other men continues.
Embattled comedian Bill Cosby appeared to mock the mounting sexual assault allegations he's facing from more than two dozen women during a performance here Thursday night.
Statement from Mayor Fontana
Six children are in hospital — one of them in critical condition — after a serious head-on crash near Stratford, Ont., Sunday evening.
Former Liberal cabinet minister Joe Fontana, now mayor of London, Ont., made four more changes to the document, slapped on the word “ORIGINAL” and signed off on it.
Did your kid’s school charge students to skip class and watch the biggest Canadian hockey game in years?
Listen up, Sidney Crosby – Rob Ford has some advice on winning gold at the Sochi Olympics.
While Premier Kathleen Wynne is avoiding Toronto's Rob Ford, it's not a snub extended to all controversial Ontario mayors.
Talk about an old acquaintance who’s been forgot and never brought to mind.
Far fewer violent crimes are solved each year in Toronto than in several other cities included in a just-released report that compares a slew of taxpayer-funded services.
The 2,500 workers at Ingersoll’s Cami assembly plant voted overwhelmingly Sunday to accept a new four-year deal that their union says bodes well for the plant’s future.
Sarnia Sting head coach Jacques Beaulieu is charged with two counts of assault in a weekend dust-up at a Strathroy-area home, The Free Press has learned.