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NEWSCAST - Wednesday, October 9, 2019



  • A Western University professor has received funding for her Early Childhood Pedagogy Network to improve the training and careers of Early Childhood Educators.


  • Higher number of ticks in London this year than usual; if you're going to be in tall grass, remember to check.

  • There’s been some support of repealing the Pit Bull ban by veterinarians and supporters, although nothing official yet.

  • Thanks to the 2019 Juno Awards and London Guitar Shop, people will be able to take out musical instruments from the London Public Library.

  • London engineer Wilson Boynton, the founder of Advanced Composite Training, was invited by NASA to help develop the 2020 Mars Rover.


  • Western’s Field Hockey vs Waterloo Warriors tonight at 8 at the University of Waterloo. 

  • Men’s Volleyball vs University of Manitoba at 5 on Thursday at Exhibition London.

  • Men’s Lacrosse vs Brock Badgers at 8 on Thursday in St. Catharines.


  • High of 19, low of 7 today with clear skies, feels like 14 currently. Staying the same tomorrow and Friday with a high of 21 and a low of 9, with some rain expected Saturday.