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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: London, Ontario
London is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, along the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor with a metropolitan area population of 432,451; the city proper had a population of 336,539 in the 2001 Canadian census.
London is the seat of Middlesex County, at the forks of the Thames River, halfway between Toronto and Detroit, Michigan.
London is also home to the Museum of Archaeology, owned by the University of Western Ontario (UWO), with a reconstructed Iroquois village, the McIntosh Gallery which is an art gallery on the UWO campus and The Grand Theatre which is a professional theatre with a secondary stage named the McManus Studio.
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 London, Ontario - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
London is currently home to the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, which plays at the John Labatt Centre, the host arena of the 2005 Memorial Cup, and were both 2004-2005 OHL and Memorial Cup Champions.
London is present at the junction of two major highways: the 401 (the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway, connecting Windsor to Montreal) and the 402 (connecting London to Sarnia).
London is the largest city in Canada not to have an urban expressway serving the urban area.
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 London, Ontario - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
London is a city in southwestern Ontario, Canada on the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor with a metropolitan area population of about 432,451; the city proper has a population of about 360,000 (2005).
London is the seat of Middlesex County, at the forks of the Thames River, almost exactly halfway between Toronto and Detroit.
London and the surrounding area (roughly, the territory between Kitchener and Chatham) is collectively known as Southwestern Ontario.
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The incorporation of the city of London and its selection as the see of a new diocese in 1856 were contemporaneous.
Bishop McEvay was born at Lindsay, Ontario, on 8 December, 1852, and ordained priest on 9 July, 1882.
As fifth Bishop of London, the pope appointed on 14 December, 1909, the Very Rev. Michael M. Fallon, provincial of the American province of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate.
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 London, Ontario Encyclopedia Articles @ JobsInArt.com (Jobs in Art)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charles Duncombe, who was forced to flee to the U.S. On April 13, 1845, a large fire destroyed much of London, which was at the time filled with mostly wooden buildings.
The City of London is currently the 10th largest city in Canada and the 5th largest city in Ontario.
London also had radio since 1922 when CJGC was established.
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 Canadian Relocation Systems, London, Ontario Canada
London became a city,January 1,1855.It is the Regional Centre for Southwestern Ontario.
Surrounded by the Great Lakes, a city of 340,000, located between the eastern and midwestern urban regions of Canada and United States and within a one hour drive of the U.S. border is recognized as an excellent location for business and industry.
London is one of the leading educational centres in the country.
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 Hotels In London Ontario
Paul Huet, 'Trees in the hotels in london ontario Park at Saint-Cloud', about 1820 it was reported that the right-wing political party, the
The LDA proposes to set up a number of Innovation Centres across London as part of a wider programme of support for innovation centres, incubators and enterprise hubs.
The Royal Society comments on the announcement of a climate change hotels in london ontario pact between the US, China, India, South Korea, Japan and Australia.
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