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Fanshawe recruits Canada Youth volleyball athlete James Pratt
Fanshawe excitedly welcomes James Pratt both as a student of the Media Design program and an athlete on the Fanshawe Men's Volleyball team this coming September. Read more

Larry Weir named new chair of the Norton Wolf School of Aviation Technology
After 37 years of service, recently retired decorated veteran of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), Larry Weir, joins the Fanshawe family as the new chair for the Norton Wolf School of Aviation Technology. Read more

Supplements can help me get better results, but who ya gonna call...
Sponsored by Popeye's® Supplements: Today consumers are taking charge of their health, striving to feel better, look better, and perform at their optimum potential, male and female, young and old. Popeye's®s Supplements Locations are here to help achieve those goals. Read more

TD Sunfest 2018
Interrobang stopped by TD Sunfest Canada in Victoria Park to file this report. The festival, which features music, dance, food and art from around the world runs through July 8th. Read more

Doug Ford: A new Premier for the province is here
With Doug Ford being named the new Premier of Ontario, there are a number of things that may change in the province. Read more

Cadillac Fairview donated $500,000 to youth-focused charities across Ontario
Cadillac Fairview (CF) has announced a significant donation of $500,000 to 18 youth-focused charities across Canada. Read more

Behind the scenes of the amazing ice acrobatic show, Crystal
Cirque du Soleil's Crystal made its way to London for the first time and the Interrobang got a behind the scenes look of the production that was performed at Budweiser Gardens this past weekend. Read more

LHSC medical technician terminated and charged for sedating and sexually assaulting a patient
A June 5 press release from the London Police Service (LPS) announced that twenty-four-year-old Vincent Gauthier, of London, Ont., was charged with one count of sexual assault and one count of overcoming resistance by administering or attempting to administer a drug.  Read more

Country Music Association of Ontario Award Show
The province's top country performers were honoured on June 3 in London when the city hosted the Country Music Association of Ontario awards. Read more

Ontario Election 2018
We spoke to candidates from three of the parties who are a part of the 2018 Ontario General Election to gain a greater insight into each party's platform. A list of all registered political parties in Ontario, along with links to their website and contact information can be found at elections.on.ca Read more

2018 Ontario Election
Thursday, June 7 is provincial Election day and with only few days to go, the Interrobang compiled some basic information about the four major parties running, as well as a list of the candidates running for those four parties in and around London. Read more

Tasmine Jane's journey to music
Tasmine Jane, 25, is an artist and songwriter from Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program who's grown immensely during her time at Fanshawe both as a performer and writer. Read more

MIA grad releases his new album, The Ruins
Music Industry Arts (MIA) graduate Ryan Prasad is celebrating a new album release that he's conceived, written, recorded and released over the past two years. Read more

Fanshawe's manager of athletics elected OCAA's first vice president
Fanshawe's manager of athletics, Nathan McFadden program was elected the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association's (OCAA) first vice president at the Annual General Meeting on May 4. Read more

London's Fringe Festival is back again for its 19th year
London will be hosting its annual Fringe Festival for its 19th year starting on May 29 to June 9. Read more

Affordable summertime snacking
Learn about some spots in London where you can get some affordable eats. Read more

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