Tom Mulcair, leader of the federal New Democratic Party, is including Sarnia in his swing through Ontario with a visit on Thursday.
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The founder of Theatre New Brunswick, Walter Learning is currently in Petrolia to perform in ‘OUTLAW’ A well known Canadian Actor/Director and so much more.
- Captain Kidd Days schedule is announced
- Internet veteran Ebtech is pulling plug ‘with mixed emotions’
- City of Sarnia and Bayside Mall receiver will face off in court on August 24
- City says ‘enough’ when it comes to River City Vineyard homeless shelter fight
- Sarnia, Petrolia receiving combined $22.1 million in federal infrastructure funding
- A year later, friends and family of Deker Bauer continue to take steps to remember
Saturday will mark the one year since Deker Bauer was last with his family and friends.
Warden Bev MacDougall, whose membership on Lambton County Council is as a City/County Councillor representing the City of Sarnia, is making a personal donation to fund a grove of 11 trees to be planted in Centennial Park.
Acting City of Sarnia Solicitor Scott McEachran has sent Mayor Mike Bradley and members of Council an update on the ongoing saga regarding Bayside Mall, the latest news being that both the City and the Receiver for the bankrupt property will be facing off in court on August 24.
Sarnia-Lambton communities, including the City of Sarnia and the County of Lambton, will receive a total of $6.67 million during 2015 as part of the Gas Tax Fund, the first installment of which has been released.
It was a repeat performance for Gerry Wild and Bill Nowosad at the most recent Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club tournament.
Petrolia-based Sof Surfaces Inc., which manufactures rubberized safety tiles for use in children’s playgrounds, has pleaded guilty and fined $70,000 after a worker lost a foot to moving machinery in late 2013.
The Lambton College Firefighter Combat team beat the heat – and the competition – during the Scott FireFit Western Ontario Regional Challenge held in Point Edward over the weekend.
The Inn of the Good Shepherd’s “Mobile Market” is officially on the streets, bringing fresh produce to those residents in area of Sarnia and Lambton County who might otherwise go without fresh veggies and fruit.
Rob Ravensberg, a veteran of the automotive business, has officially taken over as dealer principal at Lambton Ford Lincoln in Sarnia.
The City of Sarnia’s community wide notification system—activated about 8:50 p.m.
The Sarnia Police Service responded to 214 calls for service over the past weekend.
In the searing summer heat of Bridge Bash weekend in Point Edward, (not forgetting the Firefit competition too) is there a better way to get out of the unrelenting sun than to take the daring plunge into the cooling waters of St.
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About 10,000 Bluewater Power customers were reportedly left without power mid-afternoon on Saturday after a thunderstorm brought heavy rain and strong winds to the area.
It’s always a great day in Point Edward. At least that’s what the brochures say, and at least on Saturday morning it was just that—bright sunshine and no sign of rain.
Lerryn and Eddie DeJong, who both attend a local community church in Sarnia, are in Rwanda for the next two weeks, visiting the African country for both humanitarian development reasons and as part of a local business that’s making a mark on helping an area that suffers from dry, infertile soil.
The City of Sarnia is essentially taking its chances that the Courts will have taxpayers pay less in legal fees than the winner in the homeless shelter case was offering on Friday.
Street artist Justin Vallee Street and building artist Justin Vallee has made an artistic stop in Sarnia.
The annual Rock the Park in London, Ontario has once again attracted thousands.