Posts Tagged ‘sarnia news’

Lambton College adding three new programs in fall 2015

Lambton College is adding three new full-time programs to its roster for fall 2015.Starting next September, the college will be offering a three year advanced diploma in Bio-Industrial Engineering Technology, a two year Electromechanical Engineering Technician diploma and a one year Ontario College Certificate in Aboriginal Social Justice.Ranjan Bhattacharya, dean, School of Technology, Energy & Apprenticeship, Lambton College, is […]

Sarnia Police report a busy night on Wednesday with two drug arrests

Sarnia Police say they had a busy night Wednesday (September 24) when it came to illegal drugs. The excitement began about 7 p.m. when officers executed a drug warrant in the 300 block of London Road. As officers approached the home they saw a 23-year-old male named on the warrant leaving the property on a bicycle. He  was arrested […]

Lambton College Foundation’s signature fundraising event on the horizon

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The people of the Lambton College Foundation are raising their glasses in a toast a toast to a major milestone: 10 years of the signature “Corks, Caps & Cuisine” fundraising event that will take place Saturday, October 4. The elegant evening of premium food and drink pairings has raised more than $90,000 over the years to support Lambton College […]

Sarnia Police took part in province-wide sweep of child porn suspects

Sarnia Police say its officers participated in yesterday’s (Wednesday, September 24) province-wide sweep of alleged child pornography sites, working specifically with Chatham-Kent officers in a search warrant and subsequent arrest of a 31-year-old Wallaceburg. That man was charged with one count of Possession of Child Pornography and one count of making it available. The province-wide […]

Sign commemorating historic wreck that forever changed area navigation is unveiled

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Few people realize that a popular fishing spot along the St. Clair River is actually a salvaged ship wreck that remains a testament to the quick actions of a master pilot boat operator who ended up saving 31 lives including the captain of the Sidney E. Smith, the vessel that collided with a southbound ship before sinking. […]

Lambton College launches entrepreneurship incubator

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  In an ongoing commitment to foster the entrepreneurial spirit of students, faculty and staff, Lambton College has launched an initiative designed to inspire entrepreneurship activities on campus and in the community.Taking its cue from global business incubators, Lambton College’s “The Cube” was developed as an on-campus entrepreneurial hub in partnership with Enactus Lambton, which aims to […]

Sarnia all-candidates event being held today at Dante Club

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The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce and the Seaway Kiwanis Club are hosting an all-candidates event today (Tuesday, September 22) at the Dante Club on London Road. The event begins at 11:30 a.m. and a $20 fee includes a lunch. The event, which will include presentations from candidates and a question and answer period, will run to 3:15 […]

Lambton College firefighter combat team wraps up ‘hot summer’ of competition

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Under the direction of a brand new coaching staff, Lambton College’s firefighter combat team recently wrapped up a hot summer of competition that concluded at the Firefit National Championships in Longueuil, Quebec, last weekend (September 13-14). For the first time in the college’s history, the team is being coached by Lambton College Fire Sciences Technology […]

City staff asking Council to put muzzle on pilot project for leash-free dog park

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It would appear that dogs and baseball aren’t necessarily as compatible as Sarnia City staff and members of Council might first have thought. A proposed pilot project for a park that would feature a Leash Free Zone, approved earlier this year, has run into what Barry LaPlante, the city’s acting director of Parks and Recreation, […]

Sisters putting on anniversary open house at Curves this Saturday

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Two sisters, both partners at Curves on Lambton Mall Road, are hosting a “first anniversary” open house this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lynae Morningstar, who manages the Curves franchise, and her sister, Meaghan Esser, who runs Feel Great Nutrition, will both be doing a 30-minute “power talk” (Morningstar at noon, Esser at 1 […]