Dispatch: A summary of recent business appointments and announcements, plus upcoming events for the week ahead
NAMED By Huron University, its new academic building: the Frank Holmes Centre for the Leadership, Ethics & Entrepreneurship.
ANNOUNCED By Libro Credit Union, contribution of $76,500 towards Dogwood Suites, a supportive affordable housing community being built in Simcoe by Indwell.
CLOSED Posno Flowers, 1 Cathcart Street.
ANNOUNCED By United Way Elgin Middlesex, 2022-23 Community Fund grants for 53 programs at 40 social service agencies, for a total investment of $4.65 million in local communities.
ANNOUNCED By Huron University College, closing of $85-million bonds issuance to fund new 300-bed student residence and dining hall and retrofit of the O’Neil/Ridley residence.
ANNOUNCED By Northern Commerce, commitment of $150,000 to support Lead to Change.
ANNOUNCED By Tourism London, Folk Music Ontario 2022 Conference to take place in London, October 13 to 16, 2022.
PROPOSED By York Developments, a $350-million, two-tower residential development at 50 King Street.
APPOINTED Dr. Scott McKay, chair/chief of the Department of Family Medicine at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Western University.
CLOSING Blyth Academy, 441 Ridout Street North (effective June 30, 2022).
OPENING Global Pet Foods, 1876 Oxford Street West (April 1, 2022).
March 4: Fanshawe Virtual Career Fair 2022