A picturesque city on the Thames River, London is filled with trees, parkland and heritage buildings featuring a range of architectural styles. And yes, it’s named after the capital city in England. Eighty-two per cent of residents are of European descent. Located halfway between Toronto and Detroit, Michigan, London is a vital centre for health care and education. The population in 2016 was 383,822. The University of Western Ontario and the city’s hospitals are major employers. Other economic activity centers on insurance, information technology, and medical research. After the economic downturn of 2009 in the manufacturing sector, London rallied by becoming an information technology hub.
Ranked as the fourth best Canadian city for overall livability, London hosts a wide variety of arts and culture festivals, 330 km of cycling trails and numerous galleries. The average price of a home in London and nearby St Thomas is just $274K, quite a contrast to Toronto and many other parts of the country.
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