Five years after issuing a challenge to his fellow mayors to “Do the Right Thing” when it comes to hiring individuals with a disability, Sarnia’s Mike Bradley is at it again, delivering the keynote address at “Informing the Roadmap for Work Disability Policy in Canada” conference in Toronto on Friday.
The good news first: eastbound lanes of Highway 402 are now open between Christina Street and Indian Road following Monday’s crash of a flatbed trailer that hit the Indian Road overpass with its load, too high for the clearance.
Wednesday November 25th was the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and on this day I had the pleasure of sharing One Spark with a local ladies networking group.
- New owner of Bayside Centre has been buying up downtown properties
- Major downtown apartment fire sends 16 to hospital, 2 with critical injuries
- Kenwick Place no longer safe for residents to remain
- Former Dow property comes full circle with plans by bio-tech firm to build
- Bradley re-issues ‘Challenge’ five years later
- Highway 402 eastbound stretch will be closed until Saturday
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League More information about the pool league is available by calling Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL 8 BALL LEAGUES TUES.
Episode #212 Opening Segment: ‘Behind Closed Doors’ at Lambton Mall Playing for charity starts Friday at 2pm www.playingforcharity.com One Bad Son & The Lazys rock The Station Music Hall The Entertainment Scene: Tis the season for ‘The Nightingales Chorus’ Celebrating 20 years of successful performances, ‘The Nightingales Chorus’ has become a Sarnia tradion.
The new owner of Bayside Centre in downtown Sarnia has bought up some five buildings in the area and has plans to purchase three more.
An early Sunday morning fire at a downtown commercial and residential complex has been deemed accidental by investigators from the Ontario Fire Marshal’s office.
In a game that featured an old-fashioned donnybrook, the Sarnia Legionnaires defeated the London Nationals 4-2 Thursday.
Lambton County Council has agreed to embark on a revitalization of its social housing properties throughout the area, setting aside some $4.2 million yearly for the purpose.
The Applied Research & Innovation department at Lambton College is hosting a series of industry breakfasts to increase awareness about research practices, funding opportunities and emerging technologies.
Michael-John Kooy, one of the vice-chairs of the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce, has told Sarnia City Council last week that the Chamber is pleased with the current culture of change adopted by City Hall but would like to see a financial plan that would see the City break-free from annual tax increases.
The City of Sarnia is consolidating a number of departments in what is being called the most significant reorganization in recent memory.
The City of Sarnia will begin what could be a long (and potentially costly) defence of its official plan on December 8 as it goes head-to-head with London-based Sifton Properties over a rejection of the developer’s plans for a proposal for the Modeland Road/Michigan Avenue area of the City.
Lambton Mall officials are hoping its first annual after hours charitable event—dubbed “Behind Closed Doors”—will benefit some seven local charities while helping patrons get in the Holiday spirit.
Sarnia Police say a 17-year-old Sarnia youth, who cannot be named because of his age, is in custody pending a bail hearing.
The Show with David Burrows #211 Opening Segment: Petrolia Community Theatre successful with “Dear Santa, Thanks, But That’s Not Our Grandma” – www.petroliatheatre.com Max Major and friends gearing up for Black Friday in support of Noelle’s Gift – www.playingforcharity.com The Entertainment Scene: The Disney Classic ‘Mary Poppins’ is coming to the Imperial Theatre.
It’s a new day at the Children’s Animal Farm, long considered a gem of Canatara Park.
The Rotary Club of Sarnia TV Auction, now in its 32nd year, will take place this coming Sunday, November 22.
Build community. Act for peace. That’s the message the YMCA is sending this week as it celebrates YMCA World Peace Week.
A group of individuals who continue to advocate for what could, if they are successful, be one of Sarnia-Lambton’s largest commercial projects in decades has been recognized by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce.
A 78-year-old Newbury, Ont., resident has been identified by OPP as the individual who was killed Monday afternoon (November 16) while attempting to cross a CP Railway track in Dawn-Euphemia Township.
Sarnia Police have recovered what they believe to be the knife used in an alleged robbery and abduction that occurred November 10.