141 Dundas Street, 4th Floor, London ON N6A 1G3 (entrance on Market Lane)
Find information about community, professional, and social services through these easy-to-search online portals for working, learning, and living in London:
LEDC Concierge: a self-serve guide to the city of London, Canada. Job boards, healthcare, housing, business resources, entertainment and more, this Concierge is your gateway to discovering London’s key spaces and places.
211 Ontario: Find these community services: Abuse / Assault, Community Programs, Disabilities, Emergency / Crisis, Employment / Training, Family services, Food, Francophones, Government / Legal, Health Care, Homelessness, Housing, Income Support, Indigenous Peoples, LGBTQ+, Mental Health / Addictions, Newcomers, Older Adults, and Youth.
Immigration Portal: Newcomer and immigrant information and services in the London, Ontario region
The Apprenticeship Network: Accurate, up-to-date apprenticeship information for employers, youth and job seekers in the London region.
Age Friendly Londonprovides resources to engage and employer our older adult community to participate fully and age well: including employment, volunteerism, networks, housing, health services, transportation, and more.
People with a Disability:
Partners in Employment (PIE)is a coalition of service providers in London and area who work together to achieve a person-centred employment and training service system for people with disabilities. The Ability First Coalition brings employers together to share best practices and experiences related to hiring and retaining persons with disabilities.