St. Joseph’s Hospice is getting ready to host its last gala of 2015 and the first gala of 2016—both on the same night.
Is there a sheep rustler in your family? A stage coach robber?
Several organizations have been recognized for providing an exceptional, inclusive environment and shopping experience for people with disabilities.
Lambton College is adding a brand new program to its growing roster of technology diplomas.
Certainly, Ravi Srinivasan and his team at the upcoming inaugural South Western International Film Festival have a tagline for their November 5-8 event in downtown Sarnia—”Come See the World.” But looking beyond what promises to be a spectacular four days from both a movie goer’s (and movie maker’s) perspective the organizers have a vision for SWIFF.
It’s hard to imagine anyone leaving LamSar, a local fabrication plant on Plank Road and site of a visit by Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Sunday, somehow missing the differences in strategy between the Conservative Party of Canada and the other two major choices on the October 19 federal election ballot.
Shell Canada has donated $240,000 to Lambton College as part of a five-year program it hopes will reach out to future graduates it and other petrochemical companies can draw from for its operations.
The Sarnia Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance to identify several suspects involved in thefts from Habitat For Humanity.
To say there’s an ongoing need for graduates who are proficient in math and science may be one of the great understatements of the day.
One of the most anticipated exhibitions of art at the Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery got a little closer to reality on Friday.