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Chamber releases list of nominees for Outstanding Business Achievement Awards

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The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, which is holding its annual Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala on March 21 at Imperial Theatre, has released a list of nominees. Tickets for the event are $70. Accessibility Leadership Award (sponsored by Goodwill Essex-Kent-Lambton) Lapier’s Flowers and Gifts Tim Hortons By The Bay Employee Relations (sponsored by NOVA Chemicals) [...]

Sarnia Legionnaires have 3-2 playoff series lead after victory against London Nationals

By Dan McCaffery The Sarnia Legionnaires won their third straight playoff game Thursday, defeating the London Nationals 5-2. The victory gave Sarnia, which once trailed the best-of-seven Western Jr. ‘B’ hockey quarterfinal by two games, a 3-2 lead in the series. Davis Boyer opened the scoring just 32 seconds into the contest when he backhanded [...]

THE SHOW: The Music Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #122

The Show with David Burrows

Episode #122 This week KIM MITCHELL recap! The Music Scene Rocker JN John Nickoloff joins us for an exclusive interview about his music and upcoming performances at Daytona Bike Week In The Community Huron House Boys’ Home raise over $20,000 at the annual Men Who Cook event. Director Don Adam shares his thoughts about [...]

Another ‘kick at the can’ as media teams compete in CANstruction sidebar

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There were, as they say, only winners. Thursday’s noon-hour “media challenge” at Lambton Mall, site of the third annual CANstruction exhibition in support of the Inn of the Good Shepherd, put teams from the daily newspaper, radio stations and together, with cash prizes from Lambton Mall being donated to the food bank. While publisher/editor [...]

Sarnia Legionnaires beat London Nationals to even up series, playing tonight


By Dan McCaffery The Sarnia Legionnaires got even with the London Nationals in Western Jr. ‘B’ playoff hockey action Wednesday. Coach Dan Rose’s club edged the Nats 3-2 in overtime to square their best-of-seven quarterfinal series at two games each. London won the first two games of the series. Sarnia won despite the fact that, [...]

Looking for a solution to Bayside? Local architect has an innovative idea

Bayside Centre

By DAVID LAVENDER From my perch in the concrete cliff (otherwise known as the Boat Building), I gaze southwards to the “minarets of money” in the Chemical Valley and across the vast roof expanse of that great behemoth known today as the Bayside Centre. The Centre is a whale of a building the length of [...]

Afton Park Place residents making ‘world wide’ journey right at home

An Italian dinner with heart-shaped ravioli and other dishes is enjoyed as the country of Italy is celebrated in February.

By LISA BAILEY Afton Park Place residents are taking a journey around the world this year. Every month, they explore a different country complete with a dinner of appropriate foods as well as activities. The life enrichment team’s Stacy Petrie planted the seed for the Around the World celebration in recognition of the cultural diversity [...]

Local Cancer Society office has new manager

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Bill Yurchuk is the new manager of the local office of the Canadian Cancer Society. Yurchuk, who comes from the financial services industry, has been on the job less than a month, although he says he is quickly coming up to speed. “The Canadian Cancer Society has more impact, against more cancers, in more communities [...]

Sarnia Sting lose to Saginaw Spirit in rare early week game

By DAVE BORODY SAGINAW,  Michigan – A three-goal third period propelled the Saginaw Spirit to a 5-2 win over the Sting Sting in front of a capacity crowd of 5,527 fans, Tuesday morning at the Dow Event Centre. With the game tied 2-2 after 40 minutes, Saginaw took a 3-2 lead five minutes into the [...]

CANstruction entries on display at Lambton Mall until March 18

Suncor Welcome Sign

The Inn of The Good Shepherd’s 3rd annual CANstruction event at Lambton Mall has 16 amazing structures on display from now until Tuesday March 18 throughout the shopping centre. All food will be donated to The Inn of the Good Shepherd for use in its food bank and soup kitchen. Judging and Awards took place [...]