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Masks and face coverings now mandatory in London's enclosed public spaces
City Council has passed a temporary by-law requiring London residents to wear a face covering or mask in all enclosed publicly-accessibly spaces, effective immediately. Read more

Intersex flag at City Hall celebrates milestones
A Friday morning gathering in Victoria Park honoured the intersex community and local milestones. Read more

Students answer call to action for climate change
London students walked out of classes on Sept. 20 to protest climate change inaction, as part of the global climate strike spurred by activist Greta Thunberg. Read more

Internship available to international graduates
International student grads have a chance to take on paid internships for the City of London. Read more

Newly elected councillor makes local history
Arielle Kayabaga, the first black female city councillor in London, was inspired to run because of the lack of representation in politics. Read more

London makes history with new ranked voting system
On Oct. 22, London will make history as the first Canadian city to use a ranked ballot in its municipal election. Read more

VIDEO: London mayoral candidates on BRT
Interrobang reached out to London mayoral candidates to speak out on a variety of issues that directly affect Fanshawe students. In this first of a six-part series, candidates discuss the hot button issue of BRT (bus rapid transit). Read more

London Votes: What mayoral candidates are saying on BRT
Unless you never step foot off campus, you've most definitely noticed that London's transit system and infrastructure desperately need upgrades to meet an increasing population. Read more

London coming together as a community to adopt United Nations sexual violence prevention strategy
With the prevalence of sexual violence in London being so high, it is necessary that there is action taken to determine why this is happening and develop a prevention plan. Read more

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Letter to the Editor: Upshift London's transit
There has been a backlash of anti-transit from a group regarding London's attempt to implement rapid transit. This view seems to be very shortsighted and counter to the growth and development of London. Read more

"Brewfing" part of public nuisance bylaw
The City of London is cracking down on large gatherings involving drinking on rooftops, also known as brewfing. London City Council passed a motion amending public nuisance bylaw to include the activity. Read more

Uber gets their way in a seven to six vote
The votes are in and Uber will not only remain in London, but will not be required to have cameras installed either. In a Feb. 14 city council meeting, the viewing gallery was filled with a number of taxi drivers as well as some Uber representatives. Read more

Uber caught in the camera eye again
Uber, the popular ride-sharing application, has been in a long-term battle with city council to be accepted as a legal business in London. Read more

London city hall considering the removal of all city-owned vending machines
Public health was discussed over a city hall plan to ban all pop and candy machines from London city-owned facilities. Read more

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