Rona Ambrose, the interim leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, is visiting Sarnia-Lambton tomorrow (Wednesday, August 10).
Tracy Kingston has fond memories of the time her mother, Kay Hammond, decided to open her own floral studio in Corunna, having worked first worked at a store in Lambton Mall for a couple of years.
Perhaps one of the most amazing things that has occurred in the first century of Bluewater Power’s existence has to do with the most basic components of the electrical utility that is owned by taxpayers in Sarnia, Point Edward, Petrolia, Brooke-Alvinston, Oil Springs, and Warwick.
Things are looking up for Sarnia-Lambton. Just recently, governments have announced significant funding to create jobs, speed up Internet service, improve passenger rail stations and transport goods.
Sarnia-Lambton’s hunt for bio-industry jobs received a $12-million boost Monday from the federal government.
Dr. Maike Luiken is moving on from Lambton College’s Bluewater Technology Access Centre (BTAC) to focus on her volunteer leadership role in a world-wide association for technology professionals — the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Tepperman’s, a regional five-store home furnishings retailer that’s been doing business in Sarnia for nearly 20 years, has announced plans to expand its presence, moving into new space in the former Zeller’s Plaza at 1249 London Road.
The Lambton College Firefighter Combat team struck gold in a series of first place finishes at the third annual FireFit Western Ontario Regional competition held in Port Elgin, Ontario, last weekend.
For the time being, Bayside Mall is being operated “as is” with Gord Laschinger at the helm.
Entropex, a Sarnia plastic recycling company that employed 155, has gone into receivership.