London-Middlesex is in the Red/Control category of the Provincial Keeping Ontario Safe and Open framework. A number of City facilities have reopened to the public for in-person programs and services.
London combines the warmth of a smaller community with the high calibre education of world renowned institutions. London is proud to have a top ranking university and several colleges, excellent vocational training institutions, and a free public school system. Our city offers some of the best educational experiences in the world.
London’s colleges and universities are a short public transit ride away from the heart of the city, which offers unique, independent retail shops, art galleries, live theatre, music, sports, cafes, and affordable fine dining restaurants specializing in cuisines from around the world. A pass for unlimited use of public buses is included in most study program tuition fees at the higher education levels. Younger students can benefit from a reduced bus fare rate.
The London community is welcoming and inclusive and there is diversity of communities. Education is available in Canada’s official languages, English and French. Whether you’re looking to learn how to enrol your child in elementary school, or how to apply for college and university programs, we’ve collected a variety of resources to help you through your journey. While getting settled in a new place can be a complicated process, you’re not alone and there are many organizations and advisors available to help.