Pets are a big part of many peoples lives and this makes it all the more difficult to lose them, that’s why Robinson’s Veterinary Clinic hosted the second book signing for Audrey Stringer’s novel “Buddy’s Life Lessons: My Paw Prints on Grief and Loss” from 2:00 until 4:00 on Friday (March 27) afternoon.
A quarterly industry magazine focused on the downstream energy market is calling Sarnia a “Petrochemical Paradise” in its March 2015 issue.
For Heather and Jeff Fields, starting a business like their Assista Property Services is more about “family” than just about anything else.
Sarnia’s Future Shop is among some 65 stores in the chain to close for a week as they rebrand as Best Buy, a sister brand.
Friday was one of the brightest nights of the year for nominees at the Sarnia Lambton Outstanding Business Achievement Awards (OBAA).
Sarnia Police are reaching out to the public for assistance in their investigation of a pair of break and enter incidents that occurred earlier this month in the 700 and 800 block of Philip St.
Bluewater Power CEO Janice McMichael-Dennis says work to replace nearly 3,500 Smart meters by a deadline imposed by the Electrical Safety Authority in January has gone “exceptionally well.” Work of the magnitude imagined would, under normal circumstances, take a lot longer, perhaps up to a year and a half.
A three-month project to completely replace the road surface on the original span of the Blue Water Bridge between Point Edward and Port Huron, Mich., will begin Sunday with the diversion of both directions of traffic to the southerly span, say officials.
It was a nice thought, but a team of developers intent on transforming the former Sarnia General Hospital site into a health campus that would have saved the taxpayer the expense of demolishing the abandoned facility got exactly what they didn’t want from Sarnia City Council on Monday.
It appears to come down to money and vision. A decision earlier in March to exercise its veto over at least two undisclosed bids for the 8.72 acre Bayside Mall appears unlikely to be reversed, although the Receiver in Bankruptcy has formally asked the City to do so.