What do you think should prioritized in London’s budget?

Ward 13 Councillor Arielle Kayabaga (along with Ward 4 Councillor Jesse Helmer and Ward 6 Councillor Phil Squire) invite you to a Budget Open House: Monday, February 10 6:30-8:30 PM Community Room (2nd Floor) of the Real Canadian Superstore 825 Oxford Street East In addition, there is also another Budget Public Participation Meeting scheduled at […]

New Neighbours Moving In?

NeighbourGood Welcome Kits are available from the City of London to support residents and community groups to welcome new people to their neighbourhoods, blocks, or buildings. Welcoming someone who just moved into your neighbourhood is a great way to introduce yourself and help them feel connected to the community. It’s a small act that anyone can […]

PUSH Documentary

You are invited to a free screening of PUSH, a documentary about the state and future of the housing market — and who is impacted. Monday, November 18, 6:30 PM Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library 251 Dundas Street About the documentary: PUSH is a new documentary from award-winning director Fredrik Gertten, investigating why we can’t […]

The Buy Nothing Project

[This update is a guest post by Laura Michailidis.] Have you heard of it? The Buy Nothing Project is a worldwide network of hyper-local gift economies based on the founding principle of “Give Where You Live”. It started with just one group in Bainbridge, Washington and has quickly grown to a worldwide social movement with […]