Kitchen Community is a food-focused series, part of a collection of stories from students in Western University’s Integrated Journalism course named “Diversity in London.” Who makes up #ldnont and what stories do they bring with them?
Ontario is integrating financial literacy into the curriculum as part of a new pilot program in select grade 10 classrooms from April to June 2017. The feedback from the pilot will inform the next steps for integrating financial literacy into the mandatory career studies course for the 2018 curriculum. We spoke to two London high […]
By JP Nikota, Flora Pan, Richard Quarisa Eight people were charged with drug trafficking today following yesterday’s marijuana dispensary raid, where a total of $169,659 in controlled substances and about $3,220 in currency were seized across five dispensaries in London, Ont. Police say the investigations began several weeks ago in response to complaints from community […]
Meg Cormack never stopped working on her school assignment. What started a 13-page piece has turned into a theatrical production lasting an hour and a half. Her play Squalls of Glass will be showing for two nights at the ARTS Project next week from Feb. 15-16, with proceeds going to the London-Middlesex branch of the […]
The lights dance every night at 8 p.m. They bounce to the rhythm of symphonic music, meticulously programmed. Forming patterns like zig-zags and swirls, the colourful lights decorate the exterior of skyscrapers that line the shore of Hong Kong Island. On arpeggios they run up and down the buildings, showing off their agility. Search lights […]
Sunlight finds Yves Rambour last. His basement studio looks out onto grass and student feet. When he starts work at 5 a.m., his only illumination is from the overhanging fluorescent lights. Rambour, 56, is a scientific glassblower at Western University. He creates and repairs laboratory equipment, mainly for the chemistry department. Sometimes he hosts glassblowing […]
It takes three lifts and one hour before Cindy Dumas can get her mother and herself to the breakfast table. Prepped and ready shortly after 6:45 a.m., she steps into her mother’s room. She is waiting. Cindy lifts her up by the armpits and has her stand on a pivot disc. She then turns her […]