It’s been quite a year for Dave Duguay. And his wife Alyssa, his wife and partner in Blackwater Coffee Company.
An early Sunday morning fire at a downtown commercial and residential complex has been deemed accidental by investigators from the Ontario Fire Marshal’s office.
As is the case with many things, the possible closure of one of Sarnia’s landmark schools—Sarnia Collegiate Institute & Technical School (SCITS)—it comes down to the numbers, in this case enrolment and finances.
Investigators are still at work determining the exact cause of a fire that broke out about 1:30 a.m.
Five years after issuing a challenge to his fellow mayors to “Do the Right Thing” when it comes to hiring individuals with a disability, Sarnia’s Mike Bradley is at it again, delivering the keynote address at “Informing the Roadmap for Work Disability Policy in Canada” conference in Toronto on Friday.
When Sara Pyke was in the Child and Youth Care program at Lambton College, she admits she had a new program that was being developed at Rebound Sarnia-Lambton on her radar.
A 28-year-old Sarnia man now faces several more charges after being recently released on bail for a number of sex offences, say Sarnia Police.
A $2 million financial donation to Lambton College on behalf of NOVA Chemicals will help fund a new Health & Research Centre.
A local employment agency has released a list of some of the “cleverest” things people have done to get jobs, derived from a survey conducted by affiliate offices.
Let’s see how this one turns out. Sarnia City Council is being asked by staff to modify its zoning rules to regulate the size of soup kitchens and food banks that may or may not be operated by local churches.