With the official opening of Highway 401 from Eastwood to Tempo on May 31st, 1957 and the extension of Highway 401 to Toronto in 1960, there was an increased interest in creating a quicker way of travelling through or around London. In the 1950s and early 1960s, Highbury Avenue (formerly Asylum Side Road) was the major north-south artery for the city east of Adelaide Street. At the time Highbury Avenue stopped at the south branch of the Thames River. On December 9th, 1963, the Highbury Avenue Extension to Highway 401 was opened. London city council named
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180 years ago, a formal St. Patrick's Day dinner was held in London at the Mansion House Hotel
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