The head of a group of Ontario vegetable farmers said new provincial rules have stripped growers of their bargaining power with processing companies.
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Workers at the Cami auto assembly plant are poised to walk off the job at 11 p.m, the first strike in 25 years.
Woodstock-based Execulink Telecom has extended its premium Link TV service to more communities.
Ontario’s grain farmers say it will take years before they know the effect a near- ban of a controversial pesticide will have on their crops.
There was a brief truce Tuesday at an annual meeting of Ontario’s vegetable growers and the companies that process their harvests.
Brant OPP are trying to smoke out some thieves who stole bales of tobacco on the weekend.
Despite earlier forecasts of a “classic” Canadian winter, Environment Canada is now predicting normal to above normal temperatures for southern Ontario in January and February.
A Simcoe man who died in Westminster Ponds after a canoe tipped was studying to be a mechanic and enjoyed racing, a co-worker said.
Two Tillsonburg radio stations, some of the last family-owned radio stations in Ontario, have been sold to media giant Rogers Communications.
Matthew Esseltine always planned to take over his family business, AgroSpray Ltd., in Tillsonburg.
Many seniors love their gardens. Angus McLennan shares his with the whole city — along with the tale of a lucky kid from London and his four brothers who all came back alive from the Second World War.
Can the Orange Crush wash over Conservative-blue Southwestern Ontario this time?
Southwestern Ontario’s already-bustling auto industry is getting more gas in the tank, a $560-million boost for one of its three assembly plants that’s already running flat out.
Southwestern Ontario’s auto industry got another shot in the arm Thursday with a $560-million investment in GM’s CAMI assembly plant in Ingersoll.
Don't trash your rabbit ears just yet.
If you’re a fan of Picard’s Peanuts, you may have to pick a side.
There wasn’t much buzz at a public meeting in London Tuesday about the crackdown on a pesticide blamed for the mass die-off of bees.
You won't be spooked by a spike in gasoline prices anytime soon, an energy expert says.
Pop superstar Justin Bieber has a date in his Stratford home turf Monday — not on stage, but in a provincial court.
A wildcat strike broke out at the Cami Assembly plant on Saturday after two top union officials were apparently ordered out of the plant