Every month the Middlesex-London Health Unit publishes a list of free meals around the city.
Click here to open the March calendar PDF in a new browser window.
Click here to open the March list of free meal locations PDF in a new browser window.
London and Middlesex Housing Corporation received an incentive cheque from Union Gas today, which will go towards the cost of recent energy-saving capital improvements at several properties.
To read more about this initiative on the Canadian News Wire website, click here.
LMHC’s property at 85 Walnut Street has recently suffered a tragic fire. We are extremely thankful that our residents are safe, and their lives are slowly getting back to normal.
We care about our tenants, and always encourage them to buy tenant insurance for their homes, so that their belongings are covered in case of fire, flood or theft.
If you are a tenant living in social housing, you can buy inexpensive tenant insurance from SoHoInsurance.ca.
If you get social benefits from Ontario Works (OW) or the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP), the cost of tenant insurance can be covered under your housing allowance. Please talk to your OW or ODSP caseworker for more information.
It was a beautiful summer morning on Wednesday, August 14 when “Buron” and “Alien Macaroni” played the final game of the 2013 Rookie Ball season at Labatt Park.
Every summer LMHC offers a baseball program for children eight to ten years old who live in our family communities. Officers from London Police Service coach our teams, and pitchers from London Majors Baseball pitch all our games.
After the game, everyone celebrated with pizza from Joe Kool’s restaurant, and thanked our other Rookie Ball sponsors: Lang Bus Lines (they drive the players to all their games), the Optimists, and Forest City Slow-Pitch.
Congratulations to the Buron team, who came in first place, and to all the players for their great effort and dedication during the summer!