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Saturday, March 6, 2021

London Neighbourhood Histories: White Oaks — More Than A Mall

A late addition to the Forest City, White Oaks was primarily farmland for most of the twentieth century. A part of the city’s 1961 annexation,...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Getting Outside in Oakridge

Oakridge is one of those unique neighbourhoods filled with natural and built heritage where, after people discover it, they never want to leave. Located in...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Cherryhill, Oxford Park & University Heights

A popular area for generations young and old, the neighbourhoods of Cherryhill, Oxford Park, and University Heights have long maintained a welcoming atmosphere. Indeed, one...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Seeing Woodfield For The Trees

As a residential area next to the heart of London, Woodfield is a veritable smorgasbord of historical tidbits from the Forest City.  An official Heritage...

Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, Some Words Of Advice &...

Greetings, My Sweet Little Cherubs! It’s Valentine's season! And whether you celebrate or not, ‘tis that time of year when hearts, arrows, and hormones are...

The Locavore’s Gift Guide To Valentine’s Day

Soon, the celebration of love will be here. Valentine’s Day is typically associated with romantic love, but over the years other forms of love like...

London Neighbourhood Histories: A New Look at Old South

A treasured area amongst Londoners, the stories behind the buildings that give Old South its charms are as captivating as the area itself. Located just...

London’s Heritage Fair Gets a Culture Shock for 2021

Few things shake up the way we live like a global pandemic.  It’s been a tumultuous year, but COVID-19 is far from the first pandemic...

A Tarot Reading For The Forest City

A Short Exploration of the Otherworldly in Service of Our Forest City It’s almost laughable at this point to say that 2020 was rife with...

London Neighbourhood Histories: From Calamity Corners to Masonville

Since settlers began receiving land grants in the early 1800s, the crossroad at Masonville has thrived as a stop for passing travellers. The Proof...