London Ontario Wall Map - Street Detail
This wall map shows highly detailed local information for the city of London. Full street labeling along with transit information, parks, schools, churches and landmarks... Read More
This London Ontario City Map shows highly detailed local information for the city. Full street labelling along with transit information, parks, schools, churches and landmarks throughout the city is displayed.
The map has been designed in a very clear and legible manner with a traditional Canadian street map style embraced by map buyers over many years.
About the London Ontario Wall Map - Street Detail
Lucidmap published this London Ontario Canada Map that marks the streets, roads, and highlights the transit system in the city. The map is a perfect referential tool that clearly shows London Ontario on map with all the minute details like location of motorways, primary and secondary roadways, pedestrian streets, footpaths, interstate route, highways, airports, elevation points, and key points of interest.
The map is developed from Lucidmap’s iconic Canadian street mapping cartography. The publishing company deals in map-making services and is one of the eminent names holding the largest Canadian market share. Lucidmap is expanding its cartographic share in several fields including public transit, municipal, corporate, small enterprises and government clients.
It also publishes printed map products covering cities across North America for the retail market and also assists in custom, multimedia, and digital mapping.
About the City
The city situated in the Southwestern Ontario, Canada, is along the Quebec City - Windsor Corridor. It comes at the confluence of the Thames River, approximately 200 kilometres from both Toronto, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan; and about 230 kilometres from Buffalo, New York. As a separated municipality, which is further separated politically from the Middlesex County, remains the county seat.
The area that comes under London was formed during the retreat of the glaciers during the last ice age, that resulted in marshland areas, notably the Sifton Bog, as well as some other agriculturally productive farmland areas of Ontario. The Thames River dominates London’s geography.
Landmarks and Buildings
Budweiser Gardens, Victoria Park, Eldon House, The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, Sifton Bog, Gibbons Park, Innuit Gallery, Fanshawe Pioneer Village, St. Peter’s Cathedral Basilica London, The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum, Blackfriars Street Bridge, etc.
Population and Ethnicity
According to the 2016 Canadian census, the Canadian city has a population of 383,822. Besides, the census studies evaluated the ethnic composition of the city as of Christian faith, accounting for 62.8 per cent of the population (Roman Catholic: 27.0%, Protestant: 25.0%, other Christian: 9.0%). Other religions include Islam (4.4%), Buddhism (0.8%), Hinduism (0.8%), and Judaism (0.5%), with 29.9 per cent of the population reporting no religious affiliation.
Coming to the predominant ethnic origins of Londoners were English (30.5%), Canadian (26.0%), Scottish (20.8%), Irish (20.3%), German (11.5%), French (10.1%), Dutch (6.2%), Italian (4.7%), Polish (4.4%), Portuguese (2.8%), and Ukrainian (2.5%).
Business District in London Ontario - Downtown
Downtown has traditionally been the centre of retail and business of London. Over the past few decades, the city has transitioned toward more of an entertainment district. To name a few prime locations in the city, there is Budweiser Gardens, Museum London, the London Music Hall, the Grand Theatre, the Covent Garden Market, the London Convention Centre, several art galleries, and many of London's best restaurants and bars are concentrated in the Downtown.
Considered to be the prime centre of the London's Central Business District that houses many tall office towers filled with financial services, tech and communications companies, government, law firms and the regional court house. The city also serves as a central hub for the London Transit Commission and contains the Greyhound bus and Via train stations.
The neighbourhood has loads of businesses. Two primary streets for shopping and restaurants are Dundas and Richmond. The Citi Plaza is another hub of commercial activity with the Central branch of the London Public Library, movie theatre, gym, a food court and several retailers.
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