Organizers of an annual opportunity to showcase design projects expect more than 60 students from Western University to come to the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park next Friday.
In a continued effort to provide students with flexible, localized learning opportunities, Lambton College has announced an enhanced pathway with the University of Windsor that will allow Lambton College students to pursue their Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BScN) following successful completion of the college’s Practical Nursing program.
A delegation of business advocates, including those with the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce, is in Toronto today and tomorrow for what organizers hope will be a first step in promoting issues that it says are critical to continued prosperity for the area.
Sarnia City Council decided on Monday to table a decision on the possible rezoning of the former Sarnia General Hospital site, which developers hope will ultimately become a health campus.
On March 3, 2015, BioAmber announced that it has initiated commissioning activities for its 30,000 MT capacity bio-succinic acid plant located in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.
Businesses know that people are at the core of their success and smart leaders work hard to recruit and retain the most talented people—no matter where they come from.
On Saturday March 7th Goodlife Fitness on Cathcart Blvd. will be participating in the 4th annual Spin 4 Kids event.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority held its 2015 annual meeting in Courtright on Thursday.
In a continued effort to respond to both local and regional training needs, Lambton College has announced that its nationally recognized Chemical Production & Power Engineering (CPET) program has been updated to include two new Industrial Bio-Technology courses.
A $4.3 billion natural gas pipeline project that would have brought some 300 construction jobs to the area won’t directly benefit construction workers in Ontario due to a re-routing and connection to an existing pipeline in Michigan.