Sarnia-Lambton businesses continue to be squeezed by high electricity costs. Because costs are rising so quickly, many local businesses are being forced to choose between maintaining their workforce, raising their prices or—worse—closing their doors and calling it quits.
Several organizations have been recognized for providing an exceptional, inclusive environment and shopping experience for people with disabilities.
A local firm has a core mission of helping students in the higher grades improve their performance in math and science.
Rory Ring is no longer president and CEO of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce.
Ubiquity Solar Inc. says it is going ahead with the development of a $10.3 million pilot plant to be located at the TransAlta Energy Park in Sarnia.
Shell Canada has donated $240,000 to Lambton College as part of a five-year program it hopes will reach out to future graduates it and other petrochemical companies can draw from for its operations.
Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey says he used the first Question Period of the fall legislative session to press the Liberal government to take more action to address worker safety concerns at the site of a new natural gas electrical generation plant being built in Courtright.
To say there’s an ongoing need for graduates who are proficient in math and science may be one of the great understatements of the day.
Young people from around the area who are interested in the idea of turning an entrepreneurial idea into an actual business are invited to attend an information session scheduled for next Wednesday, Sept.
The trans-Sarnia move of a heavy piece of equipment destined for Styrolution, originally scheduled for Thursday (Sept.