Posts Tagged ‘Lambton College’

Lambton College Firefighters come home from Edmonton with world records

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The Lambton College Firefighter Combat Team arrived home victorious after four gruelling days of Firefighter Combat competition at the Canadian National Scott Firefit Championship Finals held in Edmonton, Alberta from September 5 thru 8. As the only college team at the competition, Lambton College’s students faced off against hundreds of the best career, volunteer, and […]

Local Early Years Centre celebrating 10 years with open house this Saturday

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The Sarnia Lambton Early Years Centre, located at Lambton College, is celebrating a milestone, 10 years since it opened its doors. Since its inception on July 3, 2003, the family-focused community service has welcomed over 324,777 parents and children up to the age of six to its sites across Sarnia-Lambton. “The team behind Lambton College’s […]

Lambton College RPN student wins SCF scholarship

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Lambton College student Eric Jansen is this year’s recipient of the $2,000 Sarnia Community Foundation Scholarship, which is made possible by funding from the Steeves & Rozema Group. Jansen will put this money towards his tuition as he continues his education in the college’s registered practical nursing program. Jansen, whose mother is a retired nurse, […]

Success follows success as Lambton College firefighters take home nine medals

The Lambton College Firefighter Combat Team’s success continues to grow as the team took home a whopping nine medals, including five gold, and claimed three college world records at the 2013 Scott Firefit Western Ontario Regional competition. There were more than 100 career, volunteer and fire school firefighters in attendance at the Ingersoll event, held […]

Lambton College CEO urges more transparency when it comes to transfer credits

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Ontario’s colleges and student groups are urging the provincial government to help more students pursue a mix of college and university education by requiring institutions to be more transparent about recognizing students’ prior credits. “More students need access to career-focused programs as part of their post-secondary education,” said Judith Morris, President & CEO, Lambton College. […]

Lambton College competitors strike gold in firefighter challenge

Fire School Relay Team first place gold medal. From left, John Bain, Thomas Elliott, Geoffrey Doherty, Peter Christian and Ian Van Reenen.

The Lambton College Firefighter Combat Team struck gold in a series of first place finishes at the 2013 Scott Firefit GTA Regional Competition held in Hamilton, Ontario over the holiday weekend. By the end of the weekend, the team claimed two more silver and two bronze medals, bringing home a total of seven medals. To […]

Lambton College holding ‘Return to Learn’ session in Petrolia on Wednesday

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Lambton College is heading just a bit east from home to reach out to prospective students in Petrolia this Wednesday for an interactive Return to Learn information session. Organizers are urging anyone who has been pondering a return to the world of post-secondary education to take advantage of the opportunity, which is being held at […]

Ladies Firefighter Combat team for Lambton College is on a roll with latest competition results

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The Lambton College Ladies Firefighter Combat Team continues to put out the competition. Currently ranked as one of the top female Combat teams in Canada, the squad turned up the heat once again claiming 1st and 2nd finishes in the individual female category at the 2013 Western Quebec Regional Scott Firefit competition held in Longueuil on Sunday, […]

Lambton College student breaks records in firefighting challenge events

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Lambton College student Ian Van Reenen’s goal of becoming a firefighter is off to a hot start. At a recent Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge held in Niagara Falls, New York, on June 23, Van Reenen recorded the fastest time ever set by a rookie firefighter in U.S. Firefighter Combat Challenge history. If his time of […]

Kenwick Park takes shape as Bright’s Grove Canada Day celebrations near

Last summer's construction of a gazebo was one of the improvements to what is now the Kenwick on the Lake park in Bright's Grove.

It was a flurry of activity Wednesday morning and the new Kenwick Park, located east of Skeeter Barlow’s in Bright’s Grove is clearly taking shape. With videographers from TVO Kids Giver on site to record some great work being done, including by members of the Local 1093 Labourers Union and students and instructors from the […]