If you're looking for information about politics or sports, this isn't the website site for you, and we recommend you keep searching online until you find the right site for you. If, however, you're looking for information about the great city of London, Ontario then we can safely say that you've come to the right website. There's a lot to learn about London, Ontario and if you have the time to browse our website we highly recommend you do so to get an understanding of the area.
We want to be your go-to source for all things London, Ontario and the surrounding areas. The best way to learn about what London is like now is to go back to its past so how about we do that, then? Europeans first settled into the area that would become known as London somewhere between 1801 and 1804 and in 1826 it would eventually become a village. From those tiny village days in the 1800s London has grown into a large Canadian city that houses over 366,000 residents and has also become the largest municipality in all of Southwestern Ontario. Not a bad place to re-locate to if you want to start up your own business or you want to expand your business.
Situated alongside the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor this Southwestern Ontario municipality is the halfway point between Detroit, Michigan and Toronto, Ontario so if you are ever looking for that perfect getaway spot that would allow you to travel back and forth between Canada and the United States then London would be that place! Known as "The Forest City" London has become known as one of the world's top international centres when it comes to higher education thanks in large part to the University of Western Ontario and Fanshawe College, as well, it's also a top hub for cultural activity and scientific research.
London's economy gets a big boost from festivals that make its tourism industry boom but the economic activity in the city mainly revolves around medical research, insurance, education and information technology. If you were to consider a move to London having a background in education or the health/medical sectors would give you a greater chance of landing a job, as the top employers in the city are the local hospitals and the university. Although, that doesn't mean if your experience lies in new home decorating that you wouldn't get a job, as London has many available jobs in a wide range of industries.
Getting to nearby surrounding areas like Windsor, Sarnia and Toronto is a breeze since London is at the crossroads of Highways 401 and 402, making travel easy. If you want to get out of town to a more faraway locale there is an international airport in London, Ontario so you never have to worry about whether or not you can take that European vacation if you were to sell your real estate property and call London home instead.
There's plenty of more information about London that you'll find in the pages of our website so just keep on browsing
We have a few local businesses and residents we would like to thank for their support and sponsorship. Firstly, Adelaidebarks.com dog kennel has been in business in London for some time. Secondly, many thanks to Lambton Kent Middlesex Conservative candidate, Bruce Lamb, and lastly local area real estate agent, Jeff McFalls. Thank you to all for your generosity and thank YOU for visiting!