Did You Know?
Located in the Quebec-Windsor corridor of Southwest Ontario, London is a city that has big-town features but a small-town feel. It has a busy downtown but plenty of quiet parks and an abundance of nature. The business opportunity is plentiful, the community is diverse, and the community is expanding.
Average home prices are around half of what a buyer can expect in bigger cities like Toronto and Ottawa. London boasts the impressive Victoria Park, a beautiful 7.3-hectare park where there are many annual events, and the unique activity squirrel fishing, as a large population of Eastern Grey squirrels lives in the park.
There are numerous museums and historical sites, including the house of the inventor of insulin, Dr. Banting. Markets, beaches, long walks, breweries, races, and all manner of other past times are readily available.