The topic of immigration seems to carry its own set of preconceptions (or misconceptions).
At least three properties that the new owner of Bayside Centre intends to purchase as part of a redevelopment plan have had their closing dates pushed back while an environmental review takes place, says a representative of the developer.
The company operating a plant that produces bio-succinic acid has taken a first step in securing property for what may be its second plant in Sarnia.
Nova Chemicals has given its final approval for work to begin on a $400-million upgrade at the company’s Corunna plant, a project that would ultimately allow the plant to use an all-ethane feedstock for its products.
The federal government has included $10.8 million for a new plant in Sarnia that hopes to turn corn stover into sugar that would be a feedstock for plants like BioAmber.
Sarnia’s Inn of the Good Shepherd, which has an ongoing need for about 40,000 pounds of food a month, is hoping the fifth annual CANstruction event, now ongoing at Lambton Mall, will help.
Canada’s Premiers and Territorial Leaders made a big step forward in their Canadian Energy Strategy (CES) by connecting two pillars in Canada’s energy system, hydrocarbons and electricity.
Lambton College’s Applied Research & Innovation Department says it is joining forces with the Sarnia Lambton Economic Partnership, Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park and Bluewater Power at Thursday’s Sarnia-Lambton Energy Symposium 2016.
A new TV ad campaign by Ontario’s colleges emphasizes the leading role that colleges play in preparing students for rewarding careers.
Mike Service, general manager of Bayside Centre, came to Monday’s meeting of the Rotary Club of Sarnia with more than a new set of colour renderings.