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London, Ontario
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    (1826- )
    Located north of Lake Erie and the U.S. Border
    Population: 366,151 (2011)
    Settled as a village (1826) and incorporated as a city (1855)
    Nickname: The Forest City
    Home to the University of Western Ontario and Fanshawe College
    It shares its name with the United Kingdom's capital city.
    It is in Canada's Tornado Alley.
    A fire disaster burned down the majority of the city (April 13, 1845).
    200 passengers were drowned as the S.S. Victoria steamboat sank into the Thames River (May 24, 1881).
    29 murders occurred here, making it to have the largest focus on serial killers (1959-1984).
    It has been prone to floods from the late 19th century to the 1930s.
    It's one of the places where Justin Bieber used to live.
    It is the halfway point between Detroit, Michigan and Toronto, Ontario.
    It revolves around Ontario's health care and education.
    It hosts numerous festivals including North America's second largest barbecue rib festival and the continent's second largest World music festival.
    The Flame of Hope is lit until a cure for people who have diabetes is found.
    It maintains numerous parks and several museums.
    Its sports facilities include Ontario's first indoor cycling track and the oldest baseball grounds in the world that is actively in use.
    Its city council has initiatives to replant trees around the city.

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