Sarnia City Council will be considering (again) the future of the former Sarnia General Hospital property when it meets on Monday, with staff outlining two “paths” the City may take as it considers what to do after objections by some neighbours in the area bound by Mitton//Essex/Mackenzie and Bright Streets resulted in a tabling of a rezoning application March 9.
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J.D. Booth, our Publisher/Editor, has extensive experience in journalism and corporate communications. A resident of the Sarnia area since 1985, he has worked in industry and media. He was the founding editor and principal writer for a business oriented magazine between 2002 and 2006.
BLAIS, Harvey Roger Sr. – Peacefully at Bluewater Health on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at the age of 86.
February 11 is 211 Day across North America where 211’s raise awareness of the service and its benefits to residents.
Matt Clever is putting his training as a school teacher to work, even before he heads to the traditional classroom.
Norm Lamoureux is convinced the problem with the area 211 system isn’t the technology that allows someone to call those three digits on a telephone to connect for information on social, health and government services in the area.
Bluewater Health plans to work with an outside consultant to conduct what’s being called a “rapid diagnostic” of the core services of its hospitals.
Dr. Larry Soden, a dentist with nearly 40 years of experience serving Sarnia patients, remembers when he was growing up, playing with a neighbour friend who happened to be disabled.
Community leaders invited to an update on the Lambton College strategic plan had the opportunity to see just how much progress is being made about halfway through the 2012-2018 period.
Bluewater Power has been ordered by the Ontario Electrical Safety Authority to remove some 3,500 smart meters from customers premises after a review that raises concerns the devices could pose a fire hazard if water enters the units.
Lambton College, once actively pursuing the possibility of acquiring the so-called RBC #2 facility adjoining the College and the ice surface facility that hosts the Sarnia Sting, has formally withdrawn its interest.