Police officers undergo Intoxilyzer training in London

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Breathalyzer test

In compliance with the Centre of Forensic Sciences, 29 police officers from across the province gathered at the Wolseley Barracks in London yesterday in varying states of sobriety for Intoxilyzer training. (read more)

The environment-economic tradeoff

Short term gains in jobs may be detrimental in future

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

During the current recession, while people are left wondering if their money will still be there when they need it, the environment can seem to be a trivial concern.

According to Kul Bhatia, an economics professor at Western, during an economic downturn the public turns its attention to protecting jobs and families, which are highly vulnerable in the short term. (read more)

London City Council seeking $200 million in federal funds

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

London City Council decided to create its wish list after Christmas this year.

The wish list is a selection of nearly $200 million worth of projects City Council hopes will be funded by federal funds as part of a stimulus package. (read more)

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