Chris Treftlin has a good feeling about his newest venture, one that builds quite nicely on the experience the area resident has gained in starting and running almost every conceivable type of restaurant style you might imagine.
Last week it was "preview" week at the North American International Auto Show, the official name for the annual display of most if not all automakers who sell in the U.S./Canada market.
When Kathleen Mundy set out to redefine herself as a successful entrepreneur, it was out of necessity, the need being to fund her daughter's education and set her own self on a course of financial independence.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce Greenbelt Committee in conjunction with the Celebration of Lights has named the winners of our it’s annual “Put a Sparkle On Sarnia Lambton” holiday beautification competition.
Members of the Teamsters Local 879, which represents security workers, and management at the OLG Casino in Point Edward have until midnight Saturday (Dec.
St. Clair Tae Kwon Do is sponsoring next week's Business After 5 marketing event organized by the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce.
The co-owners of a Bright's Grove pharmacy–situated within steps from a major drug store chain–are featured in a national trade magazine that recognizes their ability to carve out an important niche in the market.
In just a few weeks, it will be time for the annual Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce business showcase event, this year to be held at DeGroots Nurseries on London Line.
Wallaceburg District Secondary School (WDSS) will receive the first ever Sustainability Educator Award from the Education Committee of the Bluewater Sustainability Initiative on Tuesday, September 18, 2012.
When Corynn Lumley went to set up her new Sarnia business–Shine Dental Hygiene—it was something of an obvious move for her to look to husband Cam Lumley, a guy who's pretty handy with a set of tools, for the task of renovating her new office.