Archive for the ‘Lambton County’ Category
Sarnia Police say they will be meeting with Lambton OPP to exchange information related to the disappearance of 27-year-old Noelle Paquette after the discovery of a woman's body on Mandaumin Sideroad between Petrolia Line and Rokeby Line at about 10:30 a.m. today (Wednesday, Jan. 2). Media spokesperson Const. Heather Emmons was not able to [...]
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership and the Sarnia Lambton Industrial Alliance are co-hosting a free seminar that should be of interest to companies involved in manufacturing, life sciences, processing, tourism, information and communication technology and cultural industries. Companies with at least five employees are encouraged to book a seat at the seminar, scheduled for Thursday, Jan. [...]
While a meeting this week may have set a more positive tone for future cooperation between members of Lambton County Council and management at Lambton Elderly Outreach, the issue of a looming deficit and a reduction in subsidies to several of LEO's clients isn't likely to go away before the cuts take effect on Jan. [...]
Acknowledging that its portion of receipts from the OLG Casino in Point Edward was more than the Village had projected in 2012, the municipality is donating $50,000 to the Inn of the Good Shepherd. At an announcement made Monday afternoon (Dec. 17), Mayor Dick Kirkland said the decision of Council recognizes that "these are hard [...]
Lambton OPP say a 37-year-old Sarnia woman faces a charge of criminal negligence causing death related to a Nov. 19, 2012 involving a cyclist, 64-year-old Gerald Plain, who was killed while riding on LaSalle Line. Christine McEwen will appear in Sarnia Court on Jan. 28, 2013.
It might not be the Christmas present parents were hoping for but area public elementary and occasional teachers will be out of the classroom this Tuesday (Dec. 18), protesting Bill 115, legislation the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario says is "severely impending" local collective bargaining. “A strike is the only way that we can [...]
After an up and down campaign the United Way announced today that it has reached the 100% mark of the $1.85 Million target. “I am so pleased to have reached the goal, especially this early,” said campaign chair Brian Black. The 2012 Campaign began with a great start running ahead of the 2011 pace [...]
Haley McKinlay, a student at Corunna's Col. Cameron Public School, did her part to promote the local Operation Christmas Tree buy collecting some $124 in Canadian Tire money from friends and the coffee club at Thompson Gardens. She then bought toys for Operation Christmas Tree.
On December 12, 2012 between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., police officers from Lambton County, will be conducting a large, joint, highly visible Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (RIDE) program at a pre-designated Sarnia-Lambton location. Officers from the Lambton County OPP, City of Sarnia Police, and Canadian National Police, with numerous marked police cruisers and [...]
By DAVE BROWN Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton campaign is continuing to run very well, and it is expected that we will reach the high 90% range by Friday. It’s no secret that we have had many more successful employee fundraising drives this fall and last week was [...]