Federal funding of nearly $1 million is making possible the creation of about 400 jobs for youth across the area, according to an announcement by Sarnia-Lambton MP Marilyn Gladu.
The Federal Government’s recently announced Infrastructure Program, which includes the investment of some $2 billion into sustainable growth at post-secondary institutions, is being positively received by officials at Lambton College who see the continued growth of applied research as falling directly in line with the program’s objective—the stimulation of spending for innovative skills development, training, and applied research.
The Ontario Ministry of the Environment says it is working on a plan to improve local air quality by more closely monitoring emissions.
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A local architect with international experience is urging the Sarnia community to embrace a concept he says could become a legacy project that would serve as a celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary as well as a magnet for tourism.
BioAmber’s Sarnia plant has received a $10-million loan from the Business Development Bank of Canada.
Sarnia-Lambton MP Marilyn Gladu told attendees at a Chamber of Commerce-sponsored breakfast that she isn’t giving up on securing funding for a $12-million oversized load corridor that will improve competitiveness for local fabricators capable of building equipment that would be exported through the Sarnia Harbour.
A group headed by Rob Dawson, a well-known local entrepreneur, has acquired the London Road Shopping Centre, widely known as the former Zeller’s Plaza, at 1249 London Road.
The latest report of “Key Performance Indicators” that includes data from Ontario’s community colleges is showing Lambton College graduates get jobs at a higher rate than their provincial counterparts.
The operator of a plant that will begin turning corn stalks, leaves and wheat straw into dextrose sugar has signed up a customer, one with a familiar name.