The original Love Canal site as it appeared in 2012 (photo via Wikipedia).
From left, Rogers VP Andres Piderit, Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley, MPP Bob Bailey, and Atelka CEO Georges Karam.
My cynical friend, who wishes to remain anonymous (Bob), finally found a way to keep his relatives from dropping by his place.
Photo of Sarnia General Hospital courtesy Sean Marshall via Flickr. Here’s a bit of advice to the Ontario Provincial government in general and Health Minister Deb Matthews and Premier Kathleen Wynne in particular: don’t ignore Mike Bradley.
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.
By MIKE BRADLEY Mayor, City of Sarnia In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth.
Faster and less expensive. In a nutshell, that’s what Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley is looking for after looking at options for the remediation of Centennial Park to be presented by an environmental consultant.
Photo courtesy Sean Marshall via Flickr. More than two months after meeting with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne about a variety of issues, Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley has written Health Minister Deb Matthews to push the case for what he calls “fairness” in dealing with the cost of demolishing the former Sarnia General Hospital site.
What a delegation from Sarnia-Lambton that met with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne mid-week came away with was a lengthy list of things to follow up with the province, notes Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley.
When Elizabeth May, head of Canada’s Green Party and a sitting Member of Parliament, tweeted the question: “Why is no one reporting the train derailment in Sarnia yesterday?