Pedestrians walking along Richmond Street In Soho, just south of Horton, may notice a small green space. A wooden plaque, placed at the front of the lot, reads: “In Memoriam”. Below the name of Dr. John Agnos, is the word “Naturalist.” Continue reading “Memorial Parkette Honors Dr. John Agnos”
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Minutes of the SoHo Community Association Meeting
There is no London neighbourhood more tied to the city’s black community than Soho. It’s fitting to recall that part of our community’s history in February, which is officially designated as Black History Month.
Editor’s Note: This article is originally published in 2010 and has been retained for archival purposes. Continue reading “Soho Celebrates Black History Month”
The homeowner living on the northeast corner of Simcoe and Henry Streets has started what we hope will become a trend in Soho. Hanging on the home’s front porch is an intriguing sign reading:
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In February 1883, a new, four-room school opened on Grey Street – although the front door of the school actually faced Hamilton Road. This school replaced an earlier public school on Colborne Street. Continue reading “Aberdeen Public School”