Andrew Lupton

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Andrew Lupton is a B.C.-born journalist, father of two and a north London resident with a passion for politics, photography and baseball.

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How a St. Thomas shop will help give your eclipse glasses a second life

A store owner in St. Thomas, Ont., is accepting donations of used eclipse safety glasses with plans to send them to a California organization that will re-use them at future eclipse events.

London, Ont., man's 1960s letters from Nova Scotia artist Maud Lewis up for auction

Six letters that a London, Ont., man received from Nova Scotia artist Maud Lewis after he began writing her in 1965 are up for auction, and his daughter says they're a testament to her late father's love of art and desire to help others in need.

Contractors say bogus negative Google reviews a big hit to their business

Two London gutter contractors say they were targeted for weeks by a spate of bogus negative reviews posted on their Google business accounts, reviews that were pulled down after CBC News placed a call to Google's public relations department. 

Driver found guilty of all counts in London, Ont., crash that killed 8-year-old girl guide and injured 7

The 79-year-old driver of a car that ran into a troop of girl guides in 2021, killing an eight-year-old girl and injuring others, on Friday was found guilty of criminal negligence causing death and seven counts of criminal negligence causing bodily harm.

Uber driver charged after fatal Richmond Row fight

A 47-year-old London man has been charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of 21-year-old Malik Edwards following a fight on Richmond Row last week.

Sister of young man who died after Richmond Row fight decries cellphone videos

The sister of a young man who died following a fight on Richmond Row last week is decrying the posting of cellphone videos showing the final moments of Malik Edwards life, a young man who she said "didn't have a bad bone in his body." 

Negligence or accident? Jury hears closing arguments in McNorgan crash case

The trial of a London, Ont., woman charged with running her car into a group of girl guides heard closing arguments Wednesday, with the Crown telling the jury that Petronella McNorgan is criminally responsible because she pressed down on the accelerator pedal thinking it was the brake.
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Celebrating its 100th year, Thames Valley Golf Course is ready for spring swings

Both of London's municipally owned golf courses open tomorrow, including the Thames Valley Course, which is celebrating its 100th year.

Politicians set target to get more Londoners to bike and bus to work

London city councillors voted for a slight reduction to staff-recommended targets for getting more commuter trips to happen by bus, walking or cycling. 

Vehicle data shows accelerator down, brakes off, moments before fatal crash on Riverside Drive

A London police officer told a courtroom Thursday that a "misapplication of pedals" was his early conclusion as the cause of a collision that killed an eight-year-old girl on Riverside Drive in 2021.

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