The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton has hit the 69% level of the campaign and still remain about $30,000 behind last year’s pace.
When you talk to Dr. Jennifer Thomm about dentistry, her passion is evident.
When Anne Lannan first mentioned to one of her friends that she was thinking about returning to her hometown of Sarnia after a career as a newspaper reporter and 25 years as executive director of the Ontario Community Newspapers Association, that conversation set in motion the beginnings of a new business focused on one of the hottest trends in media—video.
Hot off a recent field study to the Detroit Fire Academy, a group of Lambton College Fire Science students are feeling more connected than ever to their industry of choice.
Doctors Luke Winegard and Brendan Carney Kilian opened In Motion Health, Wellness and Fitness in January 2007.
When Carolyn Vandersluis purchased About Face and Body: Laser & Wellness Clinic, she knew that the business’s strong community support came from the education, experience and care of her staff.
The Sarnia Lambton Workforce Development Board is organizing an opportunity for job seekers and organizations needing employees in the health care field to get together.
Ontario’s colleges are playing a leading role in Canada’s efforts to tackle climate change, says a newly released report.
Western Research Parks, including the local Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park, has been recognized with an award presented last month by the Association of University Research Parks at the group’s annual conference in Oklahoma City.
Ingrid Willemsen, owner with her husband Will of Sunripe, a “fresh, really fresh” purveyor of meat, vegetables and fruit in Sarnia and London, has been honoured as one of Canada’s “Star Women” by Canadian Grocer.