A year to the day after Lambton College unveiled its $45 million capital campaign, many of the same dignitaries arrived at the campus of the community college for a breaking ground ceremony on two major buildings officials have been talking about for years.
A settlement of a dispute between the City of Sarnia and the developer of a 10.6 hectare (26.4 acre) piece of land at Modeland Road and Michigan Avenue has been proposed.
The Paul R. Tregurtha was just a spot on Lake Huron just after 6 p.m.
What positions are hot in the Sarnia-Lambton market right now? Over the last nine and a half years I’ve come to understand that there is a cyclical hiring trend within the Sarnia-Lambton marketplace.
The Ontario government says it will invest $3 million over four years in Bioindustrial Innovation Canada, a Sarnia-based accelerator focused on the bio-economy that is headquartered at the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park.
Two local pilots are hoping that one of Sarnia’s “best kept secrets” as far as aviation history is concerned will get the attention of the public and visitors to Germain Park.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, headed by new CEO Shirley de Silva, is embarking on a consultation process that it’s calling, appropriately enough, “Road Trip 2016.” The initiative, which begins Tuesday, June 7 at Petrolia’s Victoria Playhouse (8 a.m.
A Digital Photography professor at Lambton College has been nationally recognized for news photography.
A select group of individuals and companies were among those presented with a Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Business Achievement Award at the Imperial Theatre Friday night.
Bluewater Health, through its annual Bridging Excellence Awards, has recognized individuals and teams for their contributions to the organization, specifically citing dedication and commitment to excellence while delivering “exemplary healthcare” to the Sarnia-Lambton community.