The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership, in cooperation with the Sarnia Lambton Industrial Alliance, is holding a seminar next week (March 8) for potential firms interested in taking advantage of an emerging need in the area: the shipping of over-sized and heavy fabrications produced by local firms.
Internet marketing professional Mike Murphy is providing instruction at an upcoming e-business seminar in March at The Research Park that will focus on “Leveraging the Power of the Internet to Market Your Small Business”.
Effective January 10, 2012, graduates of the Lambton College Millwright Mechanical Technician (MTIM) program will receive official recognition for their in-school training hours should they register as a millwright apprentice in Alberta.
If you're at all into technology, you already know one of the basic rules—anything you start to use and rely on quickly becomes one of life's "indispensable" tools.
On Thursday, February 23, 2012, Enbridge donated $3,000 to Lansdowne Public School to help them purchase a new SmartBoard for a grade one classroom.
The relationship between LANXESS, one of Sarnia's biggest Chemical Valley operators and BioAmber Inc.,which is building a commercial scale bio-succinic acid plant on land LANXESS has in Sarnia, appears to be growing, as evidenced by a US $10 million investment.
Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey says the McGuinty government should keep its hands off its "Slots at Racetracks" program, an investment that he says has so far generated some $1.5 billion in economic growth across the province.
On Tuesday, February 21, Enbridge donated $5,000 to Safe Communities Sarnia-Lambton (SCSL) to further the organization's programs which are designed to reduce the number of injuries to the general public.
Photograph by Rick Terpstra Photography Mayor Mike Bradley announced on Tuesday that the Judith and Norman Alix Foundation have stepped up to the proverbial plate for the community once again, generously donating a hefty $275,000 toward the $1 million upgrade of the south playing field at Norm Perry Memorial Park.
The discrediting of a McGill University sanctioned study on the long-term safety of asbestos, under attack because it was paid for by a lobby group advocating for its continued safety, has two activists with local connections pleased with what they say is another step toward banning Canadian exports of the material.