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Council | Oct 09, 2016
High-density condo fight

Ruling on Richmond Hill anti-SLAPP legislation case delayed

Resident Frank Zeppieri seeks to dismiss former Ward 5 councillor Nick Papa's lawsuit

Richmond Hill Liberal | by Kim Zarzour
News | Oct 07, 2016
Solar panels

Samsung backs away from 22 MW solar farm plan in Mono

Samsung Renewable Energy’s interest in developing an up to 22 MW solar farm north of Orangeville has been put on hold.

Orangeville Banner | by Chris Halliday
Council | Sep 29, 2016
Barrie cracking down on trailer advertising along Hwy. 400

Barrie cracking down on trailer advertising along Hwy. 400

BARRIE – Billboards on the sides of tractor-trailers, wagons and other vehicles are popping up around Barrie like mushrooms,...

Barrie Advance | by Jenni Dunning
News | Apr 28, 2015
Looking at a lobbyist registry

Council pushes for more facts on lobbyist registry

Although the position of integrity commissioner is yet to be hired, whoever eventually occupies the position will be directed...

Our London | by Sean Meyer
Council | Apr 25, 2015

City to repeal shark fin ban, calls on feds to step up

They would rather not have had to do it, but the Community and Protective Services Committee has endorsed repealing the...

Our London | by Sean Meyer
Council | Apr 22, 2015
Rocking the park for five nights

Rock the Park wins support for five-day music festival

Rock the Park organizers have received an endorsement that could add an additional $75,000 to its fundraising totals this...

Our London | by Sean Meyer
Apr 21, 2015

London may take yet another look at Green Bins

A new City of London staff report states approximately 80 percent of the organic material available to compost ends up in the...

Our London | Add Comment | by Sean Meyer
Apr 14, 2015

Council, public to discuss expansion of Rock the Park

Rock the Park, the wildly successful summer concert series that supports Bethanys Hope Foundation, could soon offer a fifth...

Our London | Add Comment | by Sean Meyer
Apr 13, 2015

Arts council to begin study of new orchestral model

The debate may have been overly long and sometimes confusing, but a city committee has recommended taking the first step in...

Our London | Add Comment | by Sean Meyer
Apr 10, 2015

City considering a loosening of water restrictions

For a long time now, more than 30 years really, London residents have become quite adept at water conservation.

Our London | Add Comment | by Sean Meyer
Apr 07, 2015

City’s downtown plan finally gets to move forward

It may have hit a few political potholes along the way, but the city’s ambitious downtown plan — Our Move Forward — has...

Our London | Add Comment | by Sean Meyer
Apr 01, 2015

No youth focus for city review of licensing fees

Would it be discriminatory to provide young entrepreneurs with a discount on business licensing fees and are those fees...

Our London | Add Comment | by Sean Meyer
Mar 31, 2015

City to receive $10 million London Hydro windfall

It isn’t quite the same as winning the lottery, but the Forest City is about to receive a big windfall thanks to London...

Our London | Add Comment | by Sean Meyer
Mar 25, 2015

City to look at fee review to support entrepreneurs

In some cases, it might be a couple hundred dollars, in others even less, but sometimes the licensing fees business owners...

Our London | Add Comment | by Sean Meyer
Mar 24, 2015

Firefighters president questions city Sunshine List

A total of 408 City of London employees — including 269 members of the London Professional Fire Fighters Association (LPFFA)...

Our London | Add Comment | by Sean Meyer
Mar 23, 2015

Fibre optic incentive to upgrade London's downtown

While London’s downtown has an abundance of available, character-filled heritage buildings, many of them are lacking that...

Our London | Add Comment | by Sean Meyer

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