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Numerous organizations in Sarnia help serve a meal on a regular basis to guests at the Inn of the Good Shepherd. Among them are members of the Rotary Club of Sarnia, who served last Sunday. Photo courtesy Brian Davidson.
Once again Sarnia Police will be demonstrating their staunch commitment to connecting with the public and how they’ve embraced social media coming off their very successful inaugural Tweet-a-Thon that was held on Canada Day Sarnia Police Service will be hosting another Tweet-a-Thon on Saturday, Sep. 8 starting at 8 p.m. The first one was held [...]
There was an unplanned plant shutdown at the Shell Sarnia Manufacturing Centre just after 8 a.m. this morning according to plant authorities. Electrical notifications are said to have alerted Shell personnel to a lightning strike at the refinery. “There were no injuries, but as a result of the shutdown and subsequent startup of the plant, [...]
By DAVE BORODY Photo courtesy Metcalfe Photography One of the key ingredients for any major A hockey team is their three overage players. Whatever their position is they must contribute in order for the team to be successful. For the Sarnia Sting, one of their overagers this season will be forward Charlie Sarault. Sarault is [...]
Sarnia’s nightlife and entertainment weekly rundown from SarniaRocks.com for week of September 2, 2012
LambtonShield.com and Michele Dionne, of SarniaRocks.com, have teamed up to provide our readers with the most accurate, thorough weekly guide to Sarnia’s burgeoning nightlife and entertainment scenes as well as information about charity and other non-profit events. Each week, LambtonShield.com updates its readers with the latest information about what’s happening in and around Sarnia-Lambton. Highlights [...]
Sarnia celebrated Labour Day today in traditional style as well over a thousand members of our local labour force proudly marched in the city's 111th annual Labour Day Parade in solidarity. Today's hour-long parade, with 55 entries from local business and industry and included marching bands, a roller derby team and student-rallied support for suicide [...]
Okay, it’s a cheap bit of rhyme but irresistible as well. The Integrity passes under the Blue Water Bridge Saturday evening.
The annual Sarnia Sting Black and White game, the preclude to the OHL season for the hometown Sting, is an opportunity for Sting fans to jumpstart the United Way campaign, as they did with about $4,000 raised, according to Dave Brown, United Way executive director. Brown's weekly update report on the campaign will appear in [...]
Two more birds, now totalling five birds tested this summer, have been confirmed as being infected with the Weest Nile virus. One was a dead crow found on August 20 in the central Sarnia area; the other a dead blue jay found in Petrolia on August 22. The Community Health Services Department has submitted [...]
If you believe your physician is committed to providing great patient care, submit a nomination about him or her for the Patients’ Choice Awards. Sponsored by Bluewater Health, the Patients’ Association of Canada and the Ontario Medical Association, the Patients’ Choice Awards recognize physicians who have specifically been nominated by patients for the care [...]