Posts Tagged ‘St. Clair Township’

Railcar unloading facility completed near Highway 40/Petrolia Line

Calgary based Provident Energy is said to have completed a distribution facility it says will serve a variety of purposes related to product arriving in the region. Provident's Murray Buchanan is quoted as saying the new $35 million project, will be needed to handle excess butane and propane derived fromt the Marcellus Shale natural gas [...]

Single vehicle crash in St. Clair Township leads to charges

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A 58-year-old Wilkesport man will appear in court next month to answer to charges of impaired driving and being over the legal limit. Lambton OPP say the man was arrested on Wednesday afternoon (September 14, 2011) at around 2:00 p.m after they responded to a crash involving a pick-up truck on Indian Creek Road in [...]

All Saints Anglican in Corunna celebrating 150 years

That lovely little white church at the corner of Lyndoch and Hill Streets in Corunna is celebrating a major milestone this year. All Saints Anglican Church is celebrating a century and a half of ministry and faith. The original church, a large brown frame structure, opened its doors on Aug. 11, 1861 and was consecrated [...]

Members of Port Lambton Pirates compete in national all girls baseball championships

The all-girl baseball team that began life as the Port Lambton Pirates recently became Ontario Team 2 and participated in the Bantam Girls National Baseball Championships, taking on girls’ baseball teams from Alberta, Quebec, and Nova Scotia, as well as Ontario Team 1. The team played well, missing out on the bronze medal by only [...]

St. Clair Township hydrant flushing continuing into fall

The St. Clair Township Department of Public Works will be flushing all sewer mains and fire hydrants throughout the summer and into the fall between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. During work on the sewer mains, residents may notice some gurgling noise in drains.  Residents are asked to notify Public Works at 519-867-2993 [...]

Victim Services gets donation presented at Warden’s Picnic

Victim Services of Sarnia-Lambton has extended thanks to Lambton County Warden Steve Arnold and the County for the donation of $5,600, which was presented during the recent Warden’s Picnic. This donation was one of several made by local organizations, businesses and corporations. Victim Services is a non-profit community-based organization working in cooperation with local emergency [...]

St. Clair Township celebrates completion of Guthrie Park shoreline protection project

The completion of the Guthrie Park shoreline protection project in St. Clair Township has given the public an attractive new outdoor space to enjoy. The project was recently celebrated with a series of presentations on Aug. 11. On hand for the occasion were dignitaries including Sarnia-Lambton MP Pat Davidson, Lambton-Kent- Middlesex MPP Maria Van Bommel, [...]

Housing starts down in Sarnia and area

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Housing starts in the Sarnia region continue to lag behind last year's pace. Canada Mortgage and Housing says construction on only ten homes started in August, down from 23 a year. Year to date, the number of housing starts in the area defined as Sarnia, Point Edward and St. Clair Township are down 35 per [...]

Charity BBQ in Corunna on Saturday

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A fundraising event in support of the ongoing capital campaign at Pathways Health Centre for Children will take place on Saturday, September 10 at the Simon and Sherrol's No Frills in Corunna. The charity BBQ will run from 11 am to 2 pm.

UPDATED: Ministry of the Environment issues new orders to Clean Harbors

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The Ontario Ministry of the Environment has issued additional orders to Clean Harbors to deal with odours from the St. Clair Township facility that some nearby residents claim are making them sick. Ministry spokesperson Kate Jordan told LambtonShileld.com that the orders issued yesterday (Thursday) require the company to do more work to control or eliminate [...]