The London-Middlesex Health Unit has issued a heat alert for today warning the forecast high of 32 degrees C, combined with very high humidity, will likely create humidex values making the temperature feel like 41 degrees.
Believing geography matters significantly to the health of Canada’s next generation, researchers at The University of Western Ontario are using innovative technology to measure and monitor the physical activities of 1,200 children in 60 elementary schools across Southwestern Ontario.
Doug Burgoyne’s successful pitch on Dragon’s Den not only provided the investment his moving business needed, it also demonstrated environmentally friendly products can be convenient and affordable. As part of the Richard Ivey School of Business’ 2011 Corporate Social Responsibility Day, the president and founder of Frogbox will share the lessons of his journey at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 1 in Ivey Room 1R40, Main Floor.
The London Police Service, in conjunction with Campus Community Police Service at The University of Western Ontario, is warning the public about a pervasive counterfeit cheque scam.
LIMA, Peru – He is a neurologist in Canada’s largest epilepsy program, and yet Dr. Jorge Burneo comes from a country with no specialized medical help, and a higher-than-average incidence for this serious neurological disorder. “I’m from Peru, so of course, I feel an obligation to help,” he says.