• downtown London
    By Phil McLeod

    Have you ever heard the expression, “Somebody ought to do something about that?” Public participation, community engagement - it goes by various names, but the fact is the process of citizens getting involved is the fuel that runs successful democracies. Increasingly, somebody in London is doing something to better life in the city for all of us.

  • affordable housing
    By Gregory Playford

    Safe and affordable housing is a priority for all members of our community and something that is so often taken for granted. With a good supply of single family homes on the market and the apartment vacancy rate at a 3.30% (CMHC Fall, 2014), one would think it is not hard to find a suitable place to live.

  • local food
    By Glen Pearson

    When George Bernard Shaw noted that, “there is no love sincerer than the love of food,” he could easily have been speaking about the London region - we are surrounded and motivated by some of the best food in the world. The problem is that we have been experiencing great difficulty in organizing that bounty.

  • Abe Oudshoorn
    By Abe Oudshoorn

    Many of our lives, and the lives of our friends and family, are touched by illness. Both physical and mental illnesses can have a significant impact on our lives, and are also not borne equally across our community.