Perhaps one of the most amazing things that has occurred in the first century of Bluewater Power’s existence has to do with the most basic components of the electrical utility that is owned by taxpayers in Sarnia, Point Edward, Petrolia, Brooke-Alvinston, Oil Springs, and Warwick.
A group of students connecting with the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery and the County of Lambton’s Immigration Youth Engagement Project held its Random Acts of Art Workshop, with an “Imagining My Sustainable City” on the agenda.
An “end of summer” event now in its fourth year has a new venue that should prove to make the Festival of Good Things even better than ever, say organizers.
- ‘Float down’ turns into ‘melt down’
- Head of Lambton College program has ‘Hip’ connection
- City should borrow long-term to fix roads before they get worse
- Sunday will feature Doggie Paddle Beach Fest
- Police say they have third person wanted in connection with Pike murder
- Lambton College says online courses now total over 1,000
Sarnia Police have now arrested a third person wanted in connection with the March 25, 2016 murder of 26-year-old Jonathan Pike.
Lambton College has added a number of new programs to its online roster for fall 2016.
Opening Segment: Bluewater RC Flyers 39th Annual Memorial Scale Model Rally Captain Kidd Days & Youth Talent Showcase.
Sarnia Sting forward Jordan Kyrou has signed his first NHL contract with the St.
Filip Helt and the Sarnia Sting have agreed to terms on a Standard Player Agreement and Education Package.
Things are looking up for Sarnia-Lambton. Just recently, governments have announced significant funding to create jobs, speed up Internet service, improve passenger rail stations and transport goods.
Concerns over safety of employees has prompted the City of Sarnia to keep doors of City Hall locked after the close of regular business, unless there is a scheduled meeting, including a meeting of City Council.
Tourism Sarnia-Lambton and its partners are working hard to make sure as many people as possible are aware of what’s going on in the area.
Opening Segment: Attica Riots performs an unforgettable concert at The Station Music Hall in Sarnia.
Sarnia-Lambton’s hunt for bio-industry jobs received a $12-million boost Monday from the federal government.
It’s time the provincial government admitted that they will never convert Lambton Generating Station to natural gas firing.
Dr. Maike Luiken is moving on from Lambton College’s Bluewater Technology Access Centre (BTAC) to focus on her volunteer leadership role in a world-wide association for technology professionals — the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Tepperman’s, a regional five-store home furnishings retailer that’s been doing business in Sarnia for nearly 20 years, has announced plans to expand its presence, moving into new space in the former Zeller’s Plaza at 1249 London Road.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information about the pool league.
Saturday’s annual Bluewater Triathlon drew an enthusiastic crowd, with bikers, swimmers and runners taking part in the event, which began on the Bright’s Grove waterfront.
Phases 2 and 3 of the Centennial Park Remediation Project have started and the City of Sarnia says several areas will be closed to the public beginning the week of Monday (July 25, 2016).
Several dozen children got a chance to have fun and learn some valuable “life lessons” when they gathered last week at Lighthouse Community Church for a “Jungle Safari.” The program, which was run as a fun week combined with learning, wrapped up with a noon barbecue on Friday.