Fourth Annual All Are Welcome Here: Coming Together As a Community
1000 Acts of Welcome Website
The 1000 Acts of Welcome website is part of the LMLIP All Are Welcome Here campaign and aims to encourage residents to log acts of welcome they have done for immigrants or have received themselves. Check out the website and tell us your acts of welcome.
Would you like to volunteer with the LMLIP to help newcomers integrate into our community? The Get Involved section on our new website has all the details. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter to know what's happening.
The London & Middlesex Local Immigration Partnership (LMLIP) is temporarily suspending all in person meetings and events. We are available during this time through phone, email and web-based services.
City of London
For information on City of London services during COVID-19, visit
For information on supports for basic needs, click here.
Province of Ontario
Province implements six-point plan to stop spread of COVID-19 variants.
Additional $381 million allocated for school COVID-19 safety.
The Ontario Community Support Program will be extended until 2022. The program ensures that low-income seniors and people with disabilities have access to food, medicine and other essentials during COVID-19.
A new, free, bilingual digital platform will allow Franco-Ontarian businesses to market their goods and services across Ontario.
Trinity United Church is offering a free hot meal (curbside pick-up available) on February 7. For more information call 519-455-2710 or email email@example.com The church is located on the corner of Hale St. and Doulton.
The John Howard Society has started a Youth Empowerment Program (ages 12-18) to help youth achieve their potential, develop leadership skills and impact their communities positively. The free program runs on Mondays from 4-5 pm on Zoom. Registration.
On February 17, Investing in Children is launching a mental health-related, conversation building program via Zoom for students in Grades 7 & 8 or Grades 9 & 10 called ‘Let's Chat – Circles’. The programs will run on Wednesdays for seven weeks.
The forums are for service providers from local community agencies, child and youth services, health care professionals, youth justice and policing services, schools and newcomer and Indigenous serving organizations. You will have the opportunity to explore the extent of issues in this area, learn about the profile of young people from these communities involved in violence, risk and protective factors as well as promising and successful interventions with cultural approaches. You will hear from the police, youth workers currently involved with these communities and youth with lived experience.