Nathan Colquhoun, who grew up in Point Edward, returned to the area after earning a degree at York University.
One of the most revered coaches in the history of sports is John Wooden, nicknamed “The Wizard of Westwood,” who won 10 NCAA national championships in his 12-year career as head coach at the University of California Los Angeles.
Members of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce have been successful in having at least two policy recommendations find their way into a pre-budget document submitted by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce to the provincial government.
Donna Hogan prides herself on the fresh ingredients she serves at Mucho Burrito.
The donation of a van donated by Enbridge Pipelines will make it easier for students at Alexander Mackenzie Secondary School to get to and from their co-op placements.
Opposition by business groups, including the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, has struck home, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announcing in the House of Commons that the government will not, after all, tax employer-sponsored benefit plans.
A survey released Tuesday by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce says that while local business may be confident when it comes to their future, more remain concerned about key economic issues, notably proposed government actions around Canada Pension Plan and cap and trade initiatives.
It’s been nearly eight years since the Sarnia Harbour was last dredged—that being in 2008 by Transport Canada—and the City of Sarnia’s Peter Hungerford, director of economic development, is hoping it will be at least at least a few years before a gradual filling in of sediment is required.
A very successful recent Business After 5 gathering, held January 18 at the Lambton College Event Centre, was a great step forward in an ongoing strategy to encourage members of the business community in their hiring practices.
Dr. Murari Patodia believes in the importance of community. Having grown up and completed his high school education in Sarnia, he felt a strong connection to the city and its people.