Last week, the city council, in a 7-4 vote directed city staff to write an updated taxi bylaw draft to include app-based transportation services such as Uber.
The changes are part of the 2017 London draft service plan which was approved by the LTC last month.
The community and protective services committee unanimously passed a motion that asks Mayor Matt Brown to publicly call on the London Police Services board to end the practice of carding.
According to the LAWC website, the colour purple exhibits "courage, survival and honour, and has come to symbolize the fight to end woman abuse."
Federal and local leaders gathered at Western to discus federal government investments being made in post-secondary education on Wednesday morning.
The 'original' Homecoming weekend on Oct. 1 saw thousands of students attending street parties on Broughdale Ave. and other student areas despite the University administration's efforts to curb the festivities.
A bill to guarantee survivors of sexual and domestic violence 10 days of paid leave is being re-introduced by London-West MPP Peggy Sattler.
The local winner of a LottoMax MaxMillions jackpot has chosen to donate a large portion of her $1 million prize to Western University.
The words “No means yes. And yes means anal” were written on an off-campus student home on Epworth Avenue, near the University's main gates.
The London Transit Commission will be rolling new routes serving Western's campus this September to deal with issues of overcrowded buses during the school year.