This week, The Show features an interview with Jean Simon, who directs an upcoming run of The Music Man, a Theatre Sarnia Production at the Imperial Theatre.
Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) holds an annual competition for Ontario’s worst roads.
An organization established nearly two years ago for the purpose of reducing suicide in Sarnia-Lambton has received its charitable status.
- Sarnia Police have female in custody in connection with April 19 murder
- Accused in second degree murder now identified
- Group of Lambton College students return from serving in Haiti
- Group dedicated to fighting suicide gets charitable status
- ‘Revelree’ organizers focusing on throwing ‘awesome, fun party’ for music lovers
- Dan Edwards speaks to Northern students
Lambton Basketball is proud to add Tianna Marshell to the women’s team for 2016/17.
The Show with David Burrows #235 Opening Segment: TVSN is expanding.
With nominations for three JUNO Awards, The Polaris Prize, The CBC’s “Heart Of Gold” and a pile of albums under his belt, Danny Michel is unquestionably one of Canada’s finest songwriters.
Everyone was saying “the come from aways brought the beautiful weather.” That was my introduction to “Newfinese” on arriving in Newfoundland.
The National Day of Mourning, or Workers’ Mourning Day is observed in Canada on 28 April.
Children’s Mental Health week is May 1st-May 7th. Several activities are planned to promote and celebrate.
David Boushy, a former Member of Provincial Parliament for the area and now a City/County Councillor, is heading to Lebanon next week for a three-day conference of former Lebanese nationals.
David Burrows (The Video Show Network), talks with Big Brothers/Big Sisters executive director Michael Hurry.
Dan Edwards, a 27-year-old Sarnia man who has spent the last nine years as a paraplegic, recently spoke with Northern Collegiate students on how he has worked to overcome challenges related to his disability.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL MON.
A group dedicated to having a more “bike friendly” Sarnia-Lambton will be hosting Monday evening outings beginning May 2 and running through June 27.
There are a lot of common errors candidates make when applying for positions.
A local architect with international experience is urging the Sarnia community to embrace a concept he says could become a legacy project that would serve as a celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary as well as a magnet for tourism.
A recent visitor to Residence on the St. Clair wowed residents and staff members with an elaborately detailed model of an oil rig he made from recycled materials.
BioAmber’s Sarnia plant has received a $10-million loan from the Business Development Bank of Canada.
Sarnia-Lambton MP Marilyn Gladu told attendees at a Chamber of Commerce-sponsored breakfast that she isn’t giving up on securing funding for a $12-million oversized load corridor that will improve competitiveness for local fabricators capable of building equipment that would be exported through the Sarnia Harbour.
Rosewood Manor recently played host to a group of five dogs and their owners who came to the Sarnia retirement community to entertain residents.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information on the pool league, contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL MON.
Several hardy souls donned swim suits on Saturday morning for the “Daffodil Dip,” a frigid (and brief) opportunity to raise funds for the local Canadian Cancer Society.