Posts Tagged ‘Lambton College’

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


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 […]

High school student wins tuition at Lambton College

Sarnia high school student Jessica Knight was excited to receive a phone call live on FOX 99.9 FM air waves this morning announcing her as the winner of Lambton College tuition for the 2013/14 academic year. By entering a draw at one of Lambton College’s two Open Houses, Knight was randomly chosen from over 500 […]

Providing a helping hand at Lambton College is her passion

CICE - Ashley Wyman

Ashley Wyman is a familiar face around Lambton College. She learned sign language, which helps her communicate with students who are hearing impaired enrolled in the college’s CICE (Integration through Co-operative Education) program. She volunteers to help CICE students navigate through the school system. She is a loyal friend, and a support system for the […]

A dream come true, thanks to opportunity and lots of hard work for Lambton College grad

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Upgrading his education, work skills and ultimately his life has been a labour of love for Anjarajo Hambafehy — with heavy emphasis on the labour. Hamba, as he is best known, has never been one to shy away from using a little elbow grease. Presently, the 43-year-old Lambton College graduate serves as Vice President of […]

Lambton College faculty members will attend world conference

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Due to their significant contributions to the field of child and youth work, two Lambton College faculty members were selected to present at the first Child and Youth Care (CYC) World Conference this June. Michelle Shelswell and Richard Teskey, both instructors in the Child and Youth Worker program, will travel to St. John’s Newfoundland for […]

Lambton College honours faculty member with Award of Excellence

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Although the entire Lambton College team is exceptional, one individual in particular is being recognized for his greatness. Bryan Aitken, Program Coordinator and Professor in the Chemical Production and Power Engineering Technology (CPET) program, is one leader at Lambton that continues to make a positive impact on college growth and student success. It was announced […]

China bound: Local delegation heading to far east for trade mission


County of Lambton Warden Todd Case and Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership General Manager George Mallay, along with a representative from Lambton College are heading to China as part of a provincial trade mission that begins April 20. The one week trip includes participation in the Ontario-China Fuel workshop and attendance at the Beijing International Tech Transfer Congress.  Dr. Maike Luiken, […]

Lambton College partnering with public schools to develop ‘pathway’ for careers

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Lambton College and the Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) are partnering to form a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) pathway for high-school students. There is an increase of STEM-related occupations opening in the Lambton County area, and the partnership is recognizing the need to prepare students to fill these roles. STEM is an […]