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Duct work & a chance to win every time you go downtown

This week, the crew was busy rebuilding Bell (communications) infrastructure. To do this, they have to carefully remove all of the concrete surrounding the existing pipes and thread in new pipes. Once this is all set, they enclose the duct work with fresh concrete to protect it.

While the work above is ongoing, the crew is also actively installing new hydro duct work. This process is similar to the Bell work, but instead of refurbishing the wires, the hydro lines will be brand new.

Changes at the Clarence Intersection

As mentioned last week, the crew began watermain work at the intersection of Clarence & Dundas. Because of this, the crosswalk at the intersection has been detoured farther away from its original location. While downtown, remember to give yourself an extra minute to get around this intersection. Changes like this can seem like a hassle but they're needed to help keep everyone safe.

Canada Day Fun on Dundas Place

Beginning Sunday, June 30 until Tuesday July 2, Dundas Place between Ridout Street and Richmond Street will be closed to vehicles for Canada Day festivities. In addition to daytime activities on Dundas Place and fireworks at Harris Park, the London Heritage Council will also be hosting an evening market featuring live music, beer garden, food trucks, and local artisans. Admission is free!

Music Mondays

Looking for something to spice up your lunch hour? Dundas Place and the London Music Office have partnered up to host live performances every Monday from 12 to 1 p.m. at the Rotary Reading Garden - that beautiful space attached to London Public Library. Find our who's performing next by visiting the London Music Office website.

Every Trip Downtown is a Chance to Win!

Our core area is going through a tremendous amount of change this year and we know getting around feels a little different than it did before. To thank you for your continued support, the City of London and Downtown London have partnered up to launch a new contest that gives everyone chance to win 1000 Downtown Dollars with every trip they take downtown. From now until August 1, 2019, visit a participating downtown location and tell us how you got there by texting your mode of transportation to the special code word (available in-store only) for your chance to win!

Downtown businesses who'd like to participate may contact Downtown London to get a poster for your location today.

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Dundas Place is the first transformational project in Our Move Forward, London's Downtown Plan and a 2019 core construction project. To learn more, visit: london.ca/coreconstruction

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