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Living in London, Ontario

Living in London, Ontario

Midway between Detroit and Toronto, London is at the heart of Southwestern Ontario. As the sixth-largest city in Ontario and Canada’s 10th largest city, London serves as a regional hub for surrounding communities.  To newcomers the city offers affordable...

Society

The city of London has a population of 366,151, with the highest percentage of its residents of European origin. While the majority of London’s population report English as the language spoken most often at home, approximately 20% of London’s population was born...

Economy

The strength of the manufacturing sector, rich agricultural lands and the proximity to the US border has made Southwestern Ontario an important economic region. The largest industry historically has been auto parts manufacturing and vehicle assembly. This industry has...

Finding a home

The average home prices in London are significantly lower than in Toronto and other cities in Ontario and outside the province. The average price of a detached bungalow is $241,800. A standard two-storey home costs about $250,300, a luxury condominium apartment is...

Medical

London is home to London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC), one of Canada’s largest acute-care teaching institutions. LHSC is made up of multiple hospitals including: University Hospital, Victoria Hospital and Children’s Hospital. It also encompasses several medical...