ANOVA has taken another important step forward with London’s Safe City Initiative.
As we work to collect data and make positive change in our community, women and girls are being asked to utilize a new mapping tool that allows them to pinpoint places in our city where they may have felt unsafe or experienced harassment or violence.
There is also the option to map spaces in the city that you feel are safe.
Participation in this is entirely voluntary and anonymous. ANOVA and the City of London are hoping to gather as much data and information as possible to analyze patterns and trends so we can better understand the issues in our own community.
ANOVA will then report back to City Council with recommendations on how to make our public spaces safer for women and girls.
We want to hear where and why you don’t feel safe.
You can check out the map here.
If you are in crisis you can call the ANOVA crisis and support line at 519 642 3000.
Rookie Ball League Launch
Events and Occasions:
- Rookie Ball League Launch
- Rookie Ball League Hot Dog Lunch
- Phonecall with Kapil Lakhotia of the London Economic Development Corporation
- Forest Edge Community Club Emergency Service Night
- Waste Management Working Group
After the first pitch of Rookie League Season
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- Women Asked to Pinpoint Where They Feel Unsafe
- Women's Advocate Offers Advice as She Retires from 30 Year Career
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- Bret Michaels, Platinum Blonde, AFOS Heat Up Rock the Park
- Virtue and Moir Stretch Creative Muscles by Co-Producing Skating Exhibition
- It’s OK to Let Your Garden Grow
- Western University to Drop Plastic Straws in Favour of Paper
- Snack Stops Continue Effort to Fill Empty Bellies
- 'Poised to Grow': Goodwill Training More Workers
At the Forest Edge Community Pool for Emergency Service Night