The new owner of Bayside Centre in downtown Sarnia has bought up some five buildings in the area and has plans to purchase three more.
Five years after issuing a challenge to his fellow mayors to “Do the Right Thing” when it comes to hiring individuals with a disability, Sarnia’s Mike Bradley is at it again, delivering the keynote address at “Informing the Roadmap for Work Disability Policy in Canada” conference in Toronto on Friday.
The Applied Research & Innovation department at Lambton College is hosting a series of industry breakfasts to increase awareness about research practices, funding opportunities and emerging technologies.
Michael-John Kooy, one of the vice-chairs of the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce, has told Sarnia City Council last week that the Chamber is pleased with the current culture of change adopted by City Hall but would like to see a financial plan that would see the City break-free from annual tax increases.
A group of individuals who continue to advocate for what could, if they are successful, be one of Sarnia-Lambton’s largest commercial projects in decades has been recognized by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce.
Christmas is right around the corner and I have started to make my gift giving shopping list.
The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton has reached 85% of its $1,950,000 goal largely thanks to recently wrapped up employee campaigns and more retirees making their contributions this week.
Jim Moran, a former educator with more than 20 years of experience in field of Quality Management Systems, says companies who are now registered to the 2008 version of the standard have less than three years to make the transition to an updated version.
LANXESS, a specialty chemicals business with a significant presence in Sarnia, says it is adjusting its financial guidance for the full year after a strong third quarter.
BioAmber Inc., the operator of one of Sarnia’s newest industrial plants, says the local plant has surpassed its operational targets for the year.