Archive for the ‘Enniskillen’ Category

Arts and entertainment tonight on “Wright to the Point” on TVCOGECO

  A local high school teacher from SCITS is heading to El Salvador later this month to do his part in the trying to revitalize a part of the Central American country as a cultural hub.   Dan White will join host Barry Wright on “Wright to the Point” on TVCOGECO tonight.   In the [...]

Public given two months to comment on health study reports

  A Mississauga-based consulting company says a proposed community health study in Lambton County must include several factors, not just how close those with health problems live to petrochemical facilities. In its Literature Review Report, Intrinsik Environmental Sciences Inc. says a study must also take into account occupation, lifestyle and residential history if it wants [...]

MPP Bob Bailey says enough is enough

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Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey has again expressed his frustration with Dalton McGuinty’s refusal to step in and control the skyrocketing energy costs that are threatening the livelihood of Ontario families. Bailey’s reaction was in response to the Ontario Energy Board’s decision Tuesday to allow utilities to raise rates to cover $18 million in fines and [...]

OPP deal with two incidents of alleged impaired driving over long weekend

Two drivers who OPP say were driving impaired were stopped over the weekend, one in Point Edward, the other in Enniskillen Township. The Point Edward incident occurred on Sunday  Feb. 20, around 6:15 p.m., when a Ford pickup entered the secondary inspection area at the Blue Water Bridge . The driver, who is from Port [...]

Another Cold Weather Alert issued for Sarnia-Lambton

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For the third time in less than a month, Lambton’s Medical Officer of Health has issued a Cold Weather Alert for Sarnia-Lambton.   It's based on the latest weather forecast from Environment Canada which predicts the temperature will drop below minus 15C both tonight and Thursday night.   In today's release, Dr. Chris Greensmith cautions [...]

LSSAA Scores – Tuesday, February 8, 2011

  JUNIOR BOYS BASKETBALL St. Pat’s – 47 Stat line: C. Brown had 14, M. Edwards had 7 and O. Malespin had 7 Northern – 31 Stat line: Dalton Kilmer had 8 and Jordan Huzevka had 7 SENIOR BOYS BASKETBALL St. Chris – 60 Stat line: M Rocca 14, Joe Rocca 11 LCCVI – 32 [...]

“Wright to the Point” tonight on TVCOGECO

The 100th anniversary of CEE hospital will be among the topics tonight on "Wright to the Point" on TVCOGECO.   Host Barry Wright will welcome Bluewater Health President and CEO, Sue Denomy to the program to talk about the ongoing celebrations in Petrolia as well as Helen Cole of the local Canadian Cancer Society chapter [...]

The storm subsides; roads can still be a problem

Environment Canada has cancelled the blizzard warning for our area, although the latest forecast indicates we could still receive another 5 cm. of snow this afternoon and evening. The snow will be whipped around by a gusty wind of up to 60 km/hr., before it begins to die down overnight.   Area police are not [...]

Storm tips from Lambton OPP

With the forecast of heavy snow, coupled with high winds, are you prepared? Lambton OPP want to ensure that motorists take all the necessary precautions prior to its arrival. Lambton OPP are pleading with drivers to SLOW DOWN and drive having consideration for your vehicle condition and the road conditions. If you have no legitimate [...]

Environment Canada says major storm could be heading our way

Environment Canada has now issued a winter storm watch for Sarnia-Lambton inconnection with a major snowstorm heading into Ontario.   The storm is expected to begin to dump snow on our region on Tuesday night and continue into Wednesday.   Snow accumulations could be in the order of 30 cm. (12 inches) and winds up to 60 [...]