Sifton Properties, a London-based developer, is formally objecting to the City of Sarnia’s newly minted official plan, taking the issue to the Ontario Municipal Board.
WINDSOR – The Sarnia Sting took another major stride in securing a playoff berth with a 4-2 win over the Windsor Spitfires, Sunday afternoon in front of 6,034 fans at the Windsor Family Credit Union Centre.
Sarnia Lambton`s business community will take centre stage at Queen`s Park March 10th and 11th during the Chamber`s 2015 Queens’ Park Trip.
Businesses know that people are at the core of their success and smart leaders work hard to recruit and retain the most talented people—no matter where they come from.
The Sarnia Legionnaires lost an extremely frustrating game Friday, falling 4-3 to the St.
It’s been awhile coming, but there was finally some joy in Stingville Friday night.
Diversion Entertainment is ending five and a half years of intriguing audiences with hilarious and moving performances at the Sarnia Library and Imperial Theatres.
PLYMOUTH, Mich. – The Sarnia Sting just can’t seem to buy a win these days.
A free admission travelling display featuring information about Canada’s honours system is in town Friday afternoon and Saturday at London Road School (3 p.m.
The veterans led the way Thursday as the Sarnia Legionnaires upended the St.
For the sixth year in a row the Alzheimer’s Association of Sarnia Lambton is presenting a writing contest, with this year’s theme being “letters to your loved ones.” Writers can pick anyone to dedicate their letter to, including their past or future selves, a loved one, a pet or caregiver.
Welcome (again) to winter in Sarnia-Lambton, although the welcome, at least from a weather standpoint, may be wearing a little thin.
Experience will square off against youthful enthusiasm when the Sarnia Legionnaires meet the St.
Michael MacMillan, co-author of “Tragedy in the Common,” will be taking his message about how to improve political participation in Canada to the Holiday Inn in Point Edward on Tuesday March 3 from 5 p.m.
Some 18 teams have signed up from the design, architecture and engineering professions, business and industry, local schools and community groups for this year’s CANstruction event, starting a week from this Saturday and running through Tuesday, March 24.
Lambton College has received $505,000 in funding from the province which it will use for a new line-up of 12 courses as part of its membership in Ontario Online, a new collaborative Centre of Excellence in technology-enabled learning.