The Mayor’s Honour List was established by the late Mayor Marceil Saddy in 1981 to honour citizens and groups in the community or surrounding area who have been instrumental in improving the quality of life or making a significant contribution to the City of Sarnia and Lambton County.
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By MIKE BRADLEY Mayor, City of Sarnia In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth.
Photo courtesy www.boatnerd.com It’s beginning to look like a trend—and a positive one as far as involving the citizenry is concerned.
By MIKE BRADLEY Mayor, City of Sarnia This column, with apologies to Astronaut Chris Hadfield, was going to be called A Mayor’s Guide to Life on Earth to mark the anniversary of serving 25 years as Mayor on December 2nd.
The City of Sarnia Parks and Recreation Department in association with Lambton College and Tourism Sarnia-Lambton is hosting the 3rd Annual Sports and Recreation Summit on November 16, 2013 from 8:30 a.m.
What earlier in the year might have been a “centralization” of Canada Day activities at Centennial Park now seems a distant thought.
City representatives plan on meeting with the Ministry of the Environment and the county’s Medical Officer of Health following test results that showed asbestos and lead contamination in soil at Centennial Park, testing that has prompted the city to lose the park at least temporarily.
The city of Sarnia is taking what it calls “precautionary measures” after results of environmental testing on soil in Centennial Park revealed high levels of lead in the soil.
On Friday, February 8, 2013, Sarnia native son Chris Hadfield will be overhead in space and is looking to take photographs of Sarnia from his somewhat unique vantage point.
Once again the City of Sarnia, Lambton College and Tourism Sarnia Lambton are hosting a Sport & Recreation Summit on November 17 at 8:30 a.m.