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London is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, along the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor. London and the surrounding area (roughly, the territory between Kitchener-Waterloo and Windsor) is collectively known as Southwestern Ontario and has grown into the largest Southwestern Ontario municipality. London is commonly referred to as the “Forest City “due to its overwhelming parkland and extensive forest areas. Here, the affordability, charm and security of a mid-size community combine with the business and career opportunities of a big city, offering the best of both worlds.

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Tree-lined streets, pristine parks, extensive walking and biking trails and an abundance of recreation facilities are just a few of the qualities that entice families to London. The Conference Board of Canada recognized London as one of the fastest growing economies in the country because of its diverse economy, success in attracting new manufacturing industry, core revitalization projects, and a rebound in the retail, service and health sectors. Industry sector leaders like 3M, McCormick, Kellogg's Trojan Technologies, TSC Stores and Starlim North America have their Canadian headquarters in London. Over the past seven years, the city has witnessed significant growth in manufacturing, particularly the auto parts sector. London is also poised for new business growth in the areas of life sciences and technology. The result is a diverse business community with a well balanced economy that embraces strengths in health care, government, education, manufacturing, IT and business services. INTERESTING FACTS Prior to European contact in the 17th century, the present site of London was occupied by numerous Algonquin and Iroquois villages. Lieutenant-Governor John Graves Simcoe named the settlement after London, England. Labatt’s Brewery has deep roots in Canada stemming from its founder John Kinder Labatt. In 1847, a little more than a decade after arriving in London, Ontario from Ireland, John Labatt purchased London’s Simcoe Street brewery in partnership with Samuel Eccles and by 1853 had become the brewery’s sole proprietor. The brewery was later renamed John Labatt’s Brewery, marking the beginning of one of Canada’s largest and most successful companies for over 150 years.