Articles By: JD Booth

Sarnia Police asking for help in identifying e-waste thief

Sarnia Police are asking for help in identifying a suspect involved in the theft of e-waste. The theft occurred on Wednesday August 27, 2014 around 7:40 a.m. The video surveillance image shows a male suspect drive his black pickup truck beside a business that provides a drop off area for e-waste. The male has no [...]

Snowbirds will ‘fly by’ Germain Park this Thursday in tribute to restoration


Tourism Sarnia-Lambton has organized a fly-by of the Canadian Forces Snowbirds this Thursday morning at 10 a.m., the event to recognize the upcoming replacement of a restored F-86 “Golden Hawk” in Germain Park next month. Thursday’s fly-by will take place at the entrance to Germain Park gardens. Parking is available at the Strangway Centre on [...]

VIDEO: Man being sought after early morning tirade at Sarnia Bay Marina

Sarnia Police are hoping for the public’s assistance in identifying a man who they say went on a destructive tirade at around 3:30 a.m. at Sarnia Bay Marina Tuesday morning (September 8). A YouTube video shows the man being sought. Anyone with information that may be helpful in identifying the suspect is asked to call [...]

Sarnia Police seek suspect involved in hit and run

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Sarnia Police are asking for assistance in locating a suspect vehicle involved in a hit and run collision on Tuesday (September 8). The incident, which occurred around 2 p.m., involved a small blue car driven by a man who ran into the back of a red van stopped for a traffic light at the corner [...]

Dawkins, Christopher Derek, (Sept. 7, 2014)

With heavy hearts we announce that Chris, 64, passed peacefully in his Sarnia home on Sunday, September 7, 2014, with family by his side. Survived by his wife of 42 years, best friend and love of his life Peg (nee Wray). Loving father to Brooke (Tony Murphy), Wes (Ali) and Joy. Adored “Gramps” to Taylor, [...]

Sarnia City Council agrees to save trusses on historic Cull Drain Bridge

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An effort to save the most significantly historic pieces of the Cull Drain Bridge near Bright’s Grove appears to have been successful, with Sarnia City Council agreeing unanimously in favour of a salvage effort. A presentation by Steve Loxton, a member of Friends of Cull Drain Bridge, made a persuasive argument that the trusses, which [...]

Public invited to give input on strategic plan for Addiction services


The Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network would like to hear from members of the public on their views about its Addiction Strategic Plan. An anonymous survey can be filled out online at this link. The deadline for survey respondents is Friday, October 3, 2014. Hard copies of the survey are also available at [...]

Suspect in July robbery of electronics store surrenders to Sarnia Police

Sarnia Police say they have arrested and charged a man who is accused of robbing an electronics store in July after the man turned himself in yesterday (September 8). The original incident, which occurred on July 17, included goods stolen from the store valued at about $2,900. The suspect, who was described as 6-foot 2-3 [...]

Annual Terry Fox Run is this Sunday at Canatara Park

Terry Fox Flag Raising 2014

Organizers of this Sunday’s Terry Fox Run are hoping to be joined by anyone who wishes to help raise funds for cancer. This year’s event will begin at 8 a.m. with registration at the Canatara Park bandshell. Opening ceremonies begin at 9 a.m. Organizers raised a flag at the entrance to the park this morning [...]

Page, Robert David, (Sept. 5, 2014)

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At Bluewater Health on Friday, September 5, 2014, ROBERT DAVID PAGE, age 77 of Wyoming, Ontario was “Promoted to Glory”. He was the beloved husband of Irene (Harding) Page and dear father of Wendy Margaret Page of Dundas, Ontario and step son Charles Thomas Scott of Sarnia. Cherished grandfather of Justin, Tyler, Kaitlyn and Sarah and [...]