If you’re thinking about pet adoption, this weekend would be a good time to head down to Petsmart, located near Wal-Mart on Quinn Drive.
Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley, who was recently invited to speak at Inclusive Communities Summit (his own report on the visit can be seen here) on the subject of advocating for the hiring of people with disabilities, is continuing to hear his message of inclusivity spread across the country.
It’s the annual event for which anyone with documents that are in need of disposal but really shouldn’t be thrown out with the trash has been waiting.
Lambton College President & CEO Judith Morris is advocating for the provincial government to finalize a decision to allow some Ontario colleges to offer stand-alone nursing degree programs.
Steeves & Rozema’s retirement living division has started an innovative new way to welcome new team members to its homes.
Among items on Monday’s agenda for Sarnia City Council is a request to move forward on a proposal to have a local auto dealership secure naming rights to the Sarnia Sports and Entertainment Centre.
An associate professor at Lambton College has been recognized as one of the top professors in the region by the Cisco Networking Academy.
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.