As we move into the spring season, there is a lot happening here in London.
The federal government announced $204-million for public transit and infrastructure projects in London. The city will be submitting our bus rapid transit business case under Phase 2 of the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund. The City of London looks forward to more good news from our federal partners. This business case is already backed by the province with a $170-million commitment.
There is so much to look forward to in London this spring, I recently had the pleasure of touring the Rec Room at Masonville Place. It will open at the end of April, as will The Factory on Dundas Street at the former Kellogg’s site.
It’s so great to see this momentum in London and I am looking forward to the next few months.
This weekend I am travelling to Vancouver for the JUNO Awards where the Mayor of Vancouver will pass the torch for the 2019 JUNOS in London. On Sunday the London Music Hall will host a live screening of the JUNO Awards in Vancouver. Doors open at 7 and all ages are welcome. This event will showcase some local London artists and those who attend will have a chance to win tickets to the 2019 JUNOS.
Round table discussions with Western Students
Events and Occasions:
· Huron 20th Anniversary Celebration
· Round Table with Western Students
· All are Welcome Here: United in Diversity
Meeting with Western Students
Celebrating Huron College's 20th Anniversary