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NEWSCAST- Wednesday, November 20, 2019



  • Western University students on exchange to Hong Kong have been reported safe despite police and student violence taking place elsewhere in the city.

  • Classes have been cancelled, but there are alternatives being offered for students who may not want to continue their studies.

  • Western is offering to help with relocation out of Hong Kong for students, or the option to complete their courses through online modules.

  • Youtuber Jack Denmo is confident that he will have the cease and desist order that prevents him from filming on Western University’s campus lifted.

  • He claims that he has been banned and unbanned before for filming disruptive pranks, but has seemed altogether unworried about it.


  • London teenagers from Monseigneur-Bruyère Secondary School have written a book in two languages to help educate kids about diabetes.

  • The book, written in English and Spanish, and illustrated by the class, was a project undertaken by the school’s grade 11 Spanish class.

  • London Public Library and the Beacock Library have copies available, with the hopes of distributing it to more locations in the future.

  • London firefighters report four cooking related fires occurring in one day around the city.

  • While there were no injuries, authorities urge residents to pay attention when cooking.


  • Today we have mens and womens basketball versus Waterloo, with women’s starting shortly at 11 am, and men’s tonight at 7 pm.

  • Today is day two of the three day Track vs Purple and White event here in London

  • And tomorrow we’ll be finishing up track and field and heading over to the Fall Invitational for Figure Skating


  • Today with a high of 6, low of -1 with a sunny afternoon.

  • Light rain tomorrow at 8 degrees, feeling like 3. 

  • Currently it is 4 degrees feeling like 1.