The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership is co-sponsoring a cross-border conference that will focus on economic issues that impact trade, transportation, investment, and job creation in the Blue Water region of Ontario and Michigan.
Sarnia’s newest concert series featuring independent artists from across the nation – Indiefest 2013 – set to culminate with a one-day outdoor festival in August is shaping up to become one of the region’s most hotly anticipated events of the summer.
Sarnia Police say they plan to review the video surveillance from a break and enter at a Bright's Grove business early Tuesday morning (March 12).
Rory Ring, a long-time resident of Sarnia and well known in the business development community, is replacing the retiring Garry McDonald as President/CEO of the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce.
Wallaceburg District Secondary School (WDSS) will receive the first ever Sustainability Educator Award from the Education Committee of the Bluewater Sustainability Initiative on Tuesday, September 18, 2012.
Sarnia celebrated Labour Day today in traditional style as well over a thousand members of our local labour force proudly marched in the city's 111th annual Labour Day Parade in solidarity.
Things are looking up for the local tourism industry according to the local tourism authority.
Via Rail’s planned elimination of two daily passenger trains could hamper with the “Communities in Bloom” summer itinerary.
Lambton College has received one of the 14 first ever NSERC Industrial Research Chairs for Colleges in Canada.
World renowned Canadian economist, best-selling author, former chief economist at CIBC World Markets, and highly sought-after conference speaker Jeff Rubin will be in Sarnia at the historic Imperial Theatre on Jun.