This chart, from the 2014 City of London draft budget tabled Dec. 3, shows how the tax bill for the average home will be spent. The total does not include the educztion tax portion which is set by the province. Figures are subject to rounding and changes to tax policy.
LONDON (Sept. 26) -- Kingsmills Department Store, a retail fixture in downtown London for a century-and-a-half, is for sale, the family announced this morning. Tim Kingsmill, current president and the fifth generation of his family to manage the store, said it's time for him to retire. Full story here.
LONDON (Aug. 29) - Western University, and its affiliated university colleges, will welcome back some 38,000 full-time undergraduate and graduate students with a full schedule of activities. Orientation Week, or O-Week, starts Sunday, Sept. 1.
LONDON (Aug. 28) – Fanshawe College’s new Centre for Digital and Performance Arts in downtown London will be named the Howard W. Rundle Building, named after its longest serving president.
LONDON (Aug. 28) - Yet another sign of the approaching end of summer – effective Labour Day Monday, Sept. 2, overnight parking on London streets is once again banned. That means no parking between 3 and 5 a.m. anywhere in the city.