Interview with Chris Bentley, MPP of London West

"WIL Employment Centre has developed alot of really good programs, all slightly different because the needs of the people are different"-Chris Bentley on WIL Empolument Centre's new mentorship program and the London Region Job Match network.

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CHRW News Interview - USC VP Finance Tony Ayala

"You can expect similar products, but maybe designed a little differently depending on what we get back from from our student councillors or other students at large who like to contribute to our operations." -VP Finance Tony Ayala

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University Student's Council Unveils UCC Renewal Plan

Big changes are coming to the University Community Centre. Student Council President Adam Fearnall unveiled a plan to revamp the UCC over the summer.

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Interview with Larry Ducharme, London Transit Commission General Manager

"It's making use of technology,to provide a more convient fare payment method, while hopefully our fare adminsitration costs"- Larry Ducharme on the LTC smart card.

CHRW spoke with London Transit Commission General Manager, Larry Ducharme, about the launch of the LTC smart card. 

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LTC Smart Card to be launched in September 2013

The London Transit Commission's board awarded a contract to Shite & Bachmann for the LTC smart card development. The smart card, to be launched in September 2013, will allow the customers to load money onto it and use it as bus fare.

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CHRW News Story: John Labatt Centre changing arena name

The John Labatt Centre has officially changed its name. City council voted yesterday, and the proposal to change the arena's name to Budweiser Gardens has been passed with a 12-3 vote.

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London on the verge of striking out.

There has been a lot of talk lately about baseball in London, Ontario for the last couple of months.

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Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame - Interview with Former Expo Great Rusty Staub

Rusty Staub started his career with the Houston Colt .45s/Astros, but his 2 stints with the Montreal Expos, from 1969-71 and in 1979 cemented his place in the Hall of Fame. Staub hit with a .295 batting average in Montreal, and is noted for his charitable work and attempts to learn French.

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