The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority held its 2015 annual meeting in Courtright on Thursday.
In a continued effort to respond to both local and regional training needs, Lambton College has announced that its nationally recognized Chemical Production & Power Engineering (CPET) program has been updated to include two new Industrial Bio-Technology courses.
A $4.3 billion natural gas pipeline project that would have brought some 300 construction jobs to the area won’t directly benefit construction workers in Ontario due to a re-routing and connection to an existing pipeline in Michigan.
By JULIE JENKINS I remember watching the Jetsons growing up and dreaming of a time when a robot could cook my meals and make my bed.
Sarnia City Council has given the green light to work with the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce and its own staff on an operational review of the Planning and Development Services department.
Sarnia City Council is expected to approve the assignment of the Sarnia Sting to continue to use the RBC Centre as part of a sale agreement that the Ontario Hockey League is currently reviewing.
A second community consultation meeting scheduled for this Tuesday (Feb. 9) will give a group hoping to redevelop the former Sarnia General Hospital site an opportunity to respond to comments raised at a December presentation of its plans.
The Hive is one of the restaurant operations that would be covered under a proposed food and beverage contract Sarnia City Council will be asked to approve at its Monday meeting.
A $107,352 damage ruling against the County of Lambton won’t be appealed by the County’s insurance company.
Sarnia and area residents will soon have another option for receiving help with their passport applications.