Archive for the ‘Warwick’ Category

UPDATE TO INCLUDE FOURTH MEDAL: It’s hard keeping up with this Jones


Lambton OPP officer Chrystal Jones won four medals at the Canadian Adult Figure Skating Championships over the weekend at the RBC Centre in Sarnia. Jones, who skates out of the Forest Figure Skating Club, won gold in the women's interpretive event as well as taking top honours in the pairs event with her partner Shayne […]

Bluewater Power rates going up

  Bluewater Power rates are going up 3.5 per cent effective May 1. The increase, which is just under $4 per month for the average customers, is mandated by the Ontario Energy Board. Bluewater Power serves customers in Sarnia, Point Edward, Watford, Petrolia, Oil Springs and Alvinston.  

Man in Motion coming back to Sarnia-Lambton

  The Man in Motion is coming back to Sarnia-Lambton. As part of his 25th anniversary relay, Rick Hansen will make his way through our region late this year. He'll go through Port Lambton, Sombra, Courtright and Corunna on Thursday, November 24, before stopping in Sarnia for an evening celebration on that date. “The City […]

A new virtual entry point for potential immigrants to Lambton

  Promoting Lambton County as a destination to re-locate to will be a bit easier with enhancements made to, a website created especially for newcomers to the community. New features have been unveiled on the site including a virtual trade show that highlights businesses, services, education and tourism options available to newcomers and residents. […]

Local All-Candidate meetings set for later this month


  Local All-Candidate meetings are beginning to take shape in advance of Canadians going to the polls on May 2. The Sarnia-Lambton hopefuls will debate the issues on Wednesday, April 13 at the Legion in Wyoming, while those who have let their names stand in Lambton-Kent-Middlesex will gather on Tuesday, April 19 at the community […]

Petrolia and East Lambton both win OMHA crowns

  Michael Gray's goal at 1:15 of overtime lifted the Petrolia Oilers to a 3-2 win over Port Hope on Saturday to give the Hard Oil club the OMHA Midget “B” crown. Petrolia won the series in three straight games.   Elsewhere, East Lambton also won an OMHA crown over the weekend. The Eagles beat […]

Hundreds of area residents trying to quit smoking

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  The percentage of Lambton County smokers who entered the month-long challenge in Ontario to quit smoking is slightly higher than the provincial average, The 2011 Driven to Quite Challenge, which includes 449 participants from Sarnia-Lambton, ends this Thursday. "We are pleased so many individuals in Sarnia-Lambton have chosen now as the time to quit," […]

Bluewater Sharks tyke hockey tryouts begin Sunday

  Lambton's youth hockey players born in 2004 are invited to attend the Bluewater Sharks Hockey tryouts set to begin:Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 9 am at RBC Arena, rink one. The cost is $10 per tryout session The Bluewater Sharks tyke hockey program is a competitive travel hockey program open to all 6 year […]

Figure skating carnival today in Watford

  Skating enthusiasts from East Lambton and West Middlesex are converging on Watford today (Saturday) for the annual Watford Figure Skating Carnival. Two-hour hows at the Watford Arena are scheduled for 1 and 7 pm.  

Canadians will go the polls on May 2

  It's now official. Canadians, including those in Sarnia-Lambton and Lambton-Kent-Middlesex, will be going to the polls Monday, May 2. Prime Minister Stephen Harper visited the Governor-General this morning and David Johnston agreed to dissolve parliament paving the way for a general election. On Friday, the Conservatives were defeated in a non-confidence in the House […]