Welcome to London and Middlesex County
Canada is divided into 10 provinces and three territories. Ontario is one of the provinces.
Ontario is further divided into counties.
Middlesex is one of the counties and has eight
municipalities with London as the largest city within its
London is Ontario’s sixth largest city, with a population of 366,151. London is also called the ‘Forest City’ by its residents. Opportunities are plentiful for newcomers. The city offers work opportunities, education, culture, dining, shopping and fun for the family. But because it’s not a really large city, it’s friendly and easy to get around.
About Middlesex County
Middlesex County has both agricultural and urban features. Its abundant farm fields give way to charming villages. The possibilities to work or live on a farm or small town give newcomers options for jobs. Many housing options are available, as well.
With a population of 73,000 (according to 2011 census), Middlesex County has 2061.424 km square kilometers of land and is bordered by Huron and Perth Counties.
Both are located close to Toronto – the nation’s largest city – and close to the U.S. border, bringing everything within easy reach to this region.
Three of the Great Lakes are located within a 100-kilometre drive which means, there are economic and recreational opportunities close by.
London and Middlesex County feature great work opportunities,
fun recreational and leisure activities for the whole family and
an excellent quality of life for residents. Newcomers will find
much to bring them to London and Middlesex and even more to keep
Here are some websites to give you more information about London and Middlesex County:
London Public Library
- Middlesex: Middlesex County, Middlesex Tourism, Middlesex County Library