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How the successful resurrection of London, Ontario’s historic African Methodist Episcopal Church should serve as a cautionary tale about the need to not just recognize our history, but to actively celebrate it. Continue reading
Regardless of whether or not the World Figure Skating Championships in London makes a dime, it can be considered as a successful event in London’s future — as long as we embrace the potential and learn from our mistakes. Continue reading
At a time when the focus has been on the recent negative issues at the John Labatt Centre in London, we need to remember the great things this venue and the sport of junior hockey show about our community. Continue reading