While the President’s Gala being organized by the Lambton College Alumni Association is sold out, the organization is hosting a contest exclusively for college graduates, with two lucky prize winners each winning two tickets to the event, which will feature Canadian comedian and television personality Rick Mercer.
The City of Sarnia has announced the winners of the Go Green Awards, a program that was established to promote environmental stewardship in the City and to recognize and celebrate the successes of individuals and groups.
The City of Sarnia has a two-phase plan to eliminate phragmites, an invasive perennial grass, from areas along the Howard Watson Nature Trail.
An initiative designed to close the gap between what students traditionally learn and what industry actually needs in terms of skill is being rolled out in Sarnia Lambton.
The History and Memorabilia Committee at Great Lakes Secondary School is hosting the viewing of memorabilia associated with the former St.
A casual visit to the Sarnia courthouse, the provincially owned facility just north of Highway 402 off Christina St., has resulted in a couple starting a new business.
Sandra Joyce, a Toronto writer known for helping to facilitate an official apology for the actions of the British government in sending more than 100,000 children to Canada, is taking her story to Sarnia Tuesday evening, when she will speak to the monthly meeting of the Sarnia Historical Society at the Sarnia Library Theatre.
For over a decade, the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park has served as a strong link between concept and commerce, and a key contributor to the movement of an idea or a discovery from the lab bench to the marketplace.
The Women’s Interval Home recently received a cash donation from two organizations—Lighthouse Community Church and the Phalanx, a local community Christian Men’s Ministry—involved in a recent “wild game night” that included a full meal buffet prepared by Kevin Allen, a local chef.
This is part of a series of 150 “videos” produced by local historian and author Bob McCarthy, his project during Canada’s 150th anniversary.