Dispatch: May 28, 2021

Dispatch: A summary of recent business appointments and announcements, plus upcoming events for the week ahead

Dispatch: May 28, 2021 Dispatch Dispatch

AWARDED London Hydro, Electricity Distributors Association Customer Service Excellence award.

APPOINTED Tania Testa, executive director, strategic communications, Western University.

ANNOUNCED By London International Airport, doubling of two daily Air Canada London-Toronto flights to four, starting early July, and return of WestJet service to Toronto and Calgary, commencing third week of June.

APPOINTED Alizabeth George-Antone, indigenous community liaison advisor, City of London Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Division.

ANNOUNCED By London Ribfest, plans to proceed with annual Victoria Park festival, Civic Holiday weekend (with options drive-thru plan if provincial policies prevent in-person event, pending municipal approval).

ANNOUNCED By Grand Theatre, running of 2021-2022 season, commencing October, 2021 (tickets sales to commence following clear direction about capacity levels).

APPOINTED Rumina Morris, director, City of London Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Division.

ANNOUNCED By The City of London, extension of two-hour complimentary downtown and Old East Village parking until December 31, 2021.

AWARDED Lerners LLP, Ontario Law Firm of the Year, 2021 Canadian Law Awards.

APPOINTED Roy Butler, president and CEO, St. Joseph’s Health Care London (effective August 3, 2021).

Dispatch: May 28, 2021 Dispatch Dispatch

May 28: Socialpreneur Chats: May 2021

June 2: CRA Taxation Requirements – Incorporated Small Business

June 3: Foodpreneur Advantage Webinar – Costing & Pricing to Make Profits

June 3: 100 Kellogg Lane Spring Market: Set to Bloom

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