Sarnia City Council is being asked to endorse a local initiative that would see the construction of a monument built around a decommissioned Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV III), specifically to remember two local soldiers that lost their lives in the Afghanistan Mission, which took place from 2001-2014.
For an atheist in his 80th year, David Suzuki is all too aware that time is an increasingly precious commodity, not just for himself (although his pugnacity and mischievous spirit peg him as much younger), but for all of us who inhabit this singular beautiful blue bauble called Earth, if we are to truly address the existential environmental issues we face.
Not even all the celebrated fathers got their well deserved Sunday morning lie-in last weekend as the 29th Huron House Boys Home Run / Walk / Skate / Bike (Now with added “Adrenaline Trail”) kicked off around 8 am Sunday, June 21 in perfect conditions at Mike Weir Park in Brights Grove.
Title Sponsor – LiUNA Local 1089 The annual Ribfest at Hiawatha was a “BIG” success, say organizers.
Saturday’s theft of hand and power tools from a trailer parked at the Habitat for Humanity Sarnia-Lambton ReStore facility isn’t the first break in the charity has experienced.
No one is saying it will be easy, but virtually everyone connected with Envision Tomorrow, the $45 million capital campaign launched by Lambton College today, fully expects it will be an overwhelming success.
Someone has been listening to a chorus of complaints from Sarnia-Lambton on the issue of rail service that has historically deteriorated to the point where people have largely found other ways to come and go, notably to Toronto.
‘The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.’—Pablo Picasso Well, we got the weather, we got two great events running in parallel, we got dozens of artists and craftspeople selling every type of decorative item from a button to a cast iron bath.
Lambton College has a new Centre of Excellence that CEO Judith Morris says will go a long way towards strengthening the community as it helps students achieve their career goals.
Relaxing at the the Refined Fool’s tap room bar. Artwalk strides excitedly into day two of its annual weekend of arts, crafts, street performers, exotic foods and general good hearted Sarnia cheer today.