THE HISTORY OF THE LAMBDA OMEGA CHAPTER
The Lambda Omega Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta was founded in 1968 at the University of Western Ontario by a brother from the University of Toronto Chapter. Our brand new Chapter house is located at 565 Rideout Street.
The first London Ontario FIJI house, located on 627 Wellington Street, saw 36 years of activity before the Chapter's unfortunate closure in 2004. In early 2009, Field Secretary Matt Edgar recruited 34 men to become the new Founding Fathers of the Lambda Omega Colony and revived the traditions of one of the oldest Fraternities at the University of Western Ontario.
On Saturday, February 5th, 2011 after the Chartering Weekend festivities and during the Pig Dinner/Chartering Banquet, the Lambda Omega Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta received an official Charter, making them the 120th Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta and once more, an active Chapter in the brotherhood that is Phi Gamma Delta. On Founder's Day, May 1st, 2011, Lambda Omega acquired the second home of the Chapter located at 116 Mill St.
Until September 1st, 2020, the Lambda Omega Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta resided at 136 Kent Street in the heart of downtown London.