Monthly Archives: January 2006

January 2006

Food bank director hungry for Grits

January 16th, 2006|

Parliament needs people like Pearson

January 10th, 2006|


In a letter published January 7, H.D.C. Andrus asks:  What’s Pearson doing running for the Fiberals?

I don’t know, except that he is a candidate for a political party that believes in a united Canada and the Progressive Conservative option has been dissolved.

As a candidate for the former Progressive Conservative Party in 2000 and — […]

Train hit, driver charged

January 10th, 2006|

A London man who walked away unscathed after his pickup truck collided with a VIA train at a level crossing on Gore Road last month faces criminal charges.

Darryl Gowers, 29, is charged with criminal negligence causing bodily harm, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm and driving during a license suspension, London […]

True Colours

January 10th, 2006|

Engine 4 shows its patriotic side by flying the Canadian flag off the back, when squad B is on duty at the Colborne Street station.  The squad, led by Capt. Bill Bos, got the idea on July 1, when city hall distributed little paper flags.  The squad had seen fire trucks in America trailing […]

Let voters choose, not The Free Press

January 10th, 2006|

Letter: What’s Pearson doing running for Fiberals?

January 7th, 2006|

A letter to the London Free Press editor:
Can somebody (preferably Glen Pearson) tell me why he is running for the Fiberal Party.  Now, I don’t know Pearson except through multiple news stories and good deeds.  By orientation, union activity and community service, everything he does and believes in screams NDP and yet he has […]

London team Sudan-bound

January 5th, 2006|