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.
Sarnia celebrated Labour Day today in traditional style as well over a thousand members of our local labour force proudly marched in the city's 111th annual Labour Day Parade in solidarity.
She’s a Dragon. She’s a Media Maven. She’s all about Persuasion.
Things are looking up for the local tourism industry according to the local tourism authority.
Via Rail’s planned elimination of two daily passenger trains could hamper with the “Communities in Bloom” summer itinerary.
World renowned Canadian economist, best-selling author, former chief economist at CIBC World Markets, and highly sought-after conference speaker Jeff Rubin will be in Sarnia at the historic Imperial Theatre on Jun.
For Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak, turning around Ontario is about changing priorities and making the province a better place to do business.
More than a full year into being a member of a majority federal government, Sarnia-Lambton MP Pat Davidson sat down with LambtonShield.com Editor and Publisher j.D.
The Sarnia Cash Mob will be doing its thing tomorrow (Saturday, June 2) at 10 a.m. at the Toy Corner, 1030 Confederation, say organizers who posted a Facebook notification.