In the first of what is expected to be a regular “report” from the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce to appear in Lambton Shield, President and CEO Rory Ring has expressed concerns over the transparency of the Ontario government as it applies to its sale of public assets, specifically shares of Hydro One, which the Liberal government says it will use to pay for infrastructure improvements.
The reality is that it doesn’t always take a lot of effort to remove a barrier to business.
Sarnia City Council is expected to discuss a potential bid for the Bayside Mall building at a special meeting potentially on the books for August 20.
It’s a good day for Sarnia-Lambton. And especially since the brand new BioAmber bio-succinic acid plant may just be the first to be constructed.
No one is saying it will be easy, but virtually everyone connected with Envision Tomorrow, the $45 million capital campaign launched by Lambton College today, fully expects it will be an overwhelming success.
Someone has been listening to a chorus of complaints from Sarnia-Lambton on the issue of rail service that has historically deteriorated to the point where people have largely found other ways to come and go, notably to Toronto.
We have had an abundance of rain lately. This wet weather can lead to wet basements.
Lambton College has a new Centre of Excellence that CEO Judith Morris says will go a long way towards strengthening the community as it helps students achieve their career goals.
A senior official of CN Rail will be meeting with Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley tomorrow (Tuesday, May 19), the topic being CN’s response to several derailments that have occurred in the last few months.
Lambton College’s award-winning Enactus team added two major titles to their growing repertoire of national awards.