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London welcomes students with new website

Together with the Western University Students’ Council (USC) and the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU), the City of London launched today The new website was built by students for students as a way to welcome post-secondary students to London, and encourage them to explore every aspect of their city. The student focused website functions as Read More

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City issues Report to the Community 2011 – 2014

In 2011, London City Council adopted a new Strategic Plan to guide the activities of Council and Administration from 2011 to 2014. During the past four years, much progress has been made. The economy is showing signs of recovery and growth. Our community is more diverse and engaged than ever before. London continues to be a city rich in environmental Read More

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More than 1,500 Delegates Heading to 2014 AMO Conference in London

More than 1,500 participants from hundreds of municipalities and other bodies across Ontario will participate in the Association of Municipalities of Ontario’s 2014 AMO Conference, August 17 to 20 at the London Convention Centre, 300 York Street, in London. The Annual AMO Conference is Ontario’s foremost educational forum for municipal governments. In total, the program Read More

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Kitchener, London and Waterloo municipal officials discuss improved commuter rail service with provincial Minister of Transportation

Reinforcing the need for improved commuter rail service and laying the foundation for a High Speed Rail corridor, Kitchener mayor Carl Zehr, London mayor Joni Baechler and Waterloo councillor Karen Scian met with the Hon. Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation today at the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO)’s annual general meeting and conference Read More

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Weekly Farmers’ Market at Western

All Londoners all welcome to Western’s Farmers’ Market when you can find some of our region’s finest farm-fresh produce and locally made goodies like honey, jams and baked goods Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the green space beside McIntosh Gallery across from the Social Science Building. It runs late June to early Read More

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