Twenty-eight members of the Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club got together on a sunny Sunday recently (July 26) to contest the Libro Credit Union In-Club Pairs Tournament at the local bowling greens.
The 1014 Oak Avenue property in Sarnia that was home to the now-closed Coronation Park Day Nursery is now on the open market.
Moving from one care setting to another can be challenging for patients and their families.
In the first of what is expected to be a regular “report” from the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce to appear in Lambton Shield, President and CEO Rory Ring has expressed concerns over the transparency of the Ontario government as it applies to its sale of public assets, specifically shares of Hydro One, which the Liberal government says it will use to pay for infrastructure improvements.
Sometimes it takes a letter. Such was the case when Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley sent a note dated August 19 to Luc Jobin, executive vice president and chief financial officer for CN Rail, hoping to press forward on an issue that appeared to be stalled—approval from CN on a plan by Suncor to remove underground fuel tanks on a piece of Front Street property before donating the land to the City.
Opening Segment: Karaoke fun with the Canadian Motorcycle Cruisers. The 27th annual Karaoke Kruise on The Duc d’Orleans The Entertainment Scene: The Festival of Good Things getting ready for it’s 3rd year.
Music has always been a part of Miriam Hord’s life, intricately connected to her family and faith.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information about the pool league contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 SARNIA SUMMER SINGLES 8 BALL FUN LEAGUE IND.
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.
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.
Some seven community projects throughout Sarnia-Lambton will be receiving up to $458,790 in federal funding as part of the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.
The City of Sarnia and the Town of Petrolia are receiving a total of $22-million in infrastructure funding from the federal government for use in sewer and wastewater projects.
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church has its iconic cross back in place after a storm that swept through downtown Sarnia on July 18 bent the copper structure.
City Council has rebuffed an effort by several residents of Echo Road to have their street placed on a priority for repaving.
There’s no place like home. That was the case for the Residence on the St.
It’s a sad week for employees of Ebtech, the local Internet pioneer that has announced it is ceasing its operations, with the office closing at the end of the day this Friday (July 31).
Opening Segment: #summerselfiecontest with K106.3 FM – www.k106fm.com Indiefest Youth Talent Showcase – www.indiefest.ca Captain Kidd Days update.
Sarnia, Ontario – Festival of Good Things is pleased to announce the addition of The Run of Exploding Colour 5k to their program offering on September 5th.
A HEAT ALERT has been issued by Lambton’s Medical Officer of Health based on the latest forecast from Environment Canada that calls for Humidex values of over 36 degrees combined with a special air quality statement during the afternoon hours.