Archive for the ‘Warwick’ Category

Clean air role models wanted

  Anyone using active transportation – like cycling, walking, rollerblading or public transit to meet their transportation needs – is a champion, but to make it official, you now have the opportunity to nominate them for the 2011 Sarnia-Lambton Clean Air Champion Award. The Lambton County Active Transportation Committee is seeking nominees who fit the […]

“Lock it or Lose it”; Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers

  In its weekly news release, Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers is again reminding motorists to “Lock it or Lose it” Coordinator, OPP Constable Mark Dew says both the Lambton County OPP and the Sarnia Police Service continue to investigate thefts from vehicles daily. “Do not leave valuables in your car,” said Dew emphatically. “If you […]

Davidson seeking three-peat at the polls in Sarnia-Lambton

  Conservative Pat Davidson is seeking a third mandate as voters go to the polls in Sarnia-Lambton today. Davidson, who beat Andy Bruciewicz of the NDP by more than 12,000 votes in 2008, faces challenges for four others this time around. Brian White is running for the NDP, Tim Fugard for the Liberals, Tim van […]

It’s election day in Canada: Polls open at 9:30 this morning

  Canadians go to the polls today to choose their next government. Polls opens at 9:30 this morning throughout the Eastern time zone, including in Sarnia-Lambton and Lambton-Kent-Middlesex ,and they close at 9:30 this evening. Results will begin to become available at 10 pm after the polls close in British Columbia.  

Doug Slipacoff named Lambton “AAA” Coach of the Year

  The newly appointed assistant coach with the Lambton Shores Predators has been named the recipient of the Lambton Jr. Sting AAA organizations Ted Garvin Coach of the Year award for this past season. Doug Slipacoff took over the Lambton Jr Sting Minor Midgets on short notice and was able to coach the team to a third place finish […]

St. Clair Region Conservation Authority offers scholarships

The deadline is fast approaching for the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority scholarships. The scholarships are available for graduating high school students who are continuing in post-secondary studies in a conservation field (biology, ecology, geography, forestry, agriculture, fish and wildlife etc.). Up to two $1,000 awards and up to two $500 awards will be provided […]

Phase Two of DineSafe Lambton kicks in on Sunday

  The second phase of DineSafe Lambton, the new food safety and inspection disclosure program, comes into being through Lambton County on Sunday, May 1.   “In Phase 2, every operator of high risk and medium risk Food Handling Premises is required to ensure there is, at all times when the establishment is operating, at […]

TVCOGECO to host candidates meeting tonight

  In an effort to help local residents decide who would best represent their interests in Ottawa, TVCOGECO is hosting a federal all-candidates meeting on Thursday, April 28, 2011 at Sarnia City Hall council chambers at 7:30pm. The five candidates have all been invited to participate in “Behind the Ballot”, a 90-minute live broadcast moderated […]

Severe thunderstorm watch updated for Sarnia-Lambton

  Environment Canada has issued an updated thunderstorm watch for Sarnia-Lambton. The latest watch suggests that large hail, heavy rain and damaging wind may still appear in our region this afternoon. Weather rather shows wet weather in many areas to the south and west of Detroit as of 3 pm on Wednesday.    

“Wright to the Point” airs tonight on TVCOGECO

  Tourism and music will bring the curtain down tonight on another season of “Wright to the Point” on TVCOGECO. Host Barry Wright will welcome Marlene Wood, the new General Manager of Tourism Sarnia-Lambton, as well as Jake McBean and Tayler Penford, two area students taking part in Unison at the RBC Centre next Monday. […]