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RSS London

  • Proposed six-storey apartment 'too big' for Westmount site: Councillor
    A six-storey apartment building proposed for London’s Westmount neighbourhood was tossed back to city staff Monday night after citizens launched a slew of complaints about the 95-unit project. City politicians voted unanimously to refer the development application back to staff for further review on traffic patterns and possible access points for vehicles. “We really have […]
  • London committee briefs: public housing milestone; development charges
    First public housing in 50 years a step closer Rezoning to allow the first new public housing to be built in London in 50 years earned unanimous approval from city council’s planning committee Monday night, despite some neighbourhood concerns. London and Middlesex Community Housing (LMCH), the city-owned provider, plans to build three six-storey apartment buildings […]
  • O Christmas tree: Low supply, high prices await shoppers
    Southwestern Ontarians looking for the perfect Christmas tree this year may need to adjust their expectations, industry officials and sellers say, as a combination of steady demand and low supply make for a pricier holiday staple. For the second straight year, some Christmas tree sellers across the region are warning of a shortage of inventory […]
  • 'Groundbreaking': Indigenous women honoured for domestic violence fight
    Long before a country began paying attention, a handful of local Indigenous woman began knocking on doors and listening to stories about violence in their community.

RSS Mitchell

  • Mixed results at recent Silver Stick tournaments for Meteors' squads
    After three hard-fought wins in preliminary action of their Regional Silver Stick tournament in South Huron over the Nov. 18-20 weekend, the Mitchell Scotiabank U15C team dropped a close 2-1 decision to Mooretown in the semi-final. In their opener Nov. 18, third period goals from Lucas Bree and Nate Uniac was enough to edge South […]
  • Stingers soar in their own tournament
    Of the four divisions that were part of the annual Mitchell Stingers Ringette tournament Nov. 18-20, two of them saw outstanding performances from their own teams. (Sorry, not including the Open division, where two Mitchell teams also represented themselves well!) The Fun3 (U10) Stingers won both of their games played Nov. 20, a 9-6 victory […]
  • Monkton landmark goes up in flames
    One of Monkton’s oldest landmarks, the old Bennett Hotel, for a long time known as the Red Maple Dining Lounge, went up in flames Nov. 21. Cause of the fire is undetermined, reported North Perth Deputy Chief Dennis McEwen. “We do not have a damage estimate at this time but the building is a total […]
  • Billing system error results in ERTH credit to West Perth customers
    Local ERTH Power Corporation customers in Mitchell and Dublin looking for a break on their hydro rates will receive one in December as a result of a billing system error, the Ontario Energy Board announced last week. ERTH Power operates on fixed monthly charges and, due to a calculation error, their billing system translated these […]