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His past remarks about Muslims, including that some should maybe be sent home, have thrust G. J. Rancourt under a harsh spotlight.
Flawed system deadly for municipalities|
A looming 8.5% pay hike for one of Ontario's largest police forces threatens to drive up costs for all cities unless the province fixes its broken contract arbitration system, one civic leader warns.
Deficits limit referrals|
Officials of the Erie St. Clair Community Care Access Centre have asked their counterparts at Chatham-Kent Health Alliance to limit referrals because of a large budget deficit.
Sex crimes suspect released|
A former police officer and respected driving teacher accused of decades-old sex crimes against boys was released from custody after a hearing in Stratford bail court Tuesday.
Man stole to feed family|
A man who stole his neighbour's television to buy groceries for his family was placed on a year's probation Tuesday in Sarnia court.
Cameras on cruisers urged|
Dashboard cameras to record video and audio when police interact with citizens should be installed on OPP cruisers, says the brother of a man who died two years ago in police custody.
Dealtown deal called 'win-win'|
A deep-water harbour complete with ferry service, farmland, a seniors' residential community and a site for commercial development.
Soybean crop yield so-so for some|
Soybean prices surged to a record high Tuesday, setting the stage for winners and losers in Ontario's farm belt where the versatile bean rivals corn as the most important crop.
Cyclist seriously hurt; Police crash his picnic; Oxford crash kills man; Impaired charge laid
Laws prevent parental probing|
Helicopter parents, accustomed to hovering over their kids, might be in for a surprise if their teens are taking an extra year of high school this fall.
Lifting an ‘iron blanket’|
The former British colony of Guyana wants to become a tourism destination,but one hurdle is its high rate of domestic violence. A group of Londoners is trying to help, but it’s a daunting challenge, Jane Sims reports.
Car rolls into bakery|
Police are investigating after a car slammed into a bakery at 460 Egerton St. in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
No tanning bed ban on horizon|
There’s no doubt that ultraviolet rays from tanning beds are as dangerous but London has no plans to stop anyone from using them.
Flag flap triggers city hall rethink|
London city hall and the Catholic diocese are reconsidering their ties to a Christian prayer fest whose organizer has said Muslims shouldn’t be allowed to fully practice their beliefs in Canada.
Big Blue at 1|
London gave birth to a new, bigger blue-box recycling bin a year ago. As Big Blue marks its first birthday, like any youngster it's eating an awful lot more and getting noticed. All good. But, as Alex Weber reports, there are growing pains crying out for attention.
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Q&A with Guyana's president|
It's hot, under-developed, off tourism's beaten path, much of it below sea level. But it also has a virgin rain forest and a government anxious to mine the South American nation's tourism potential, partly by tapping London Internet TV guy Chris Bassoo to showcase its assets.