Nominations for the 2017 Outstanding Business Achievement Awards, slated for June 16, 2017 at the Imperial Theatre in downtown Sarnia, are now being received.
DeGroot’s Nurseries began in 1957, the same year that John DeGroot was born.
Courtright’s Lambton Generating Station, which shut down in 2013 as a result of a provincial government promise to end coal-fired electrical generation, won’t reopen in any form.
Tim Hudak, a former MPP and head of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario, was in Sarnia November 23, 2016 to visit with members of the local Sarnia Lambton Real Estate Board.
Goodwill began nearly 85 years ago as the Family Services Guild, which provided food hampers for needy families.
“I’ve got 40 years of experience but I’m handing out resumes and I’m not getting a single call.” That’s something I hear every week from our “seasoned” workforce who have retired and still want to work whether for need, enjoyment or just to keep busy and active.
Mark Lumley, chair of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, spoke on Monday to Sarnia City Council, delivering input prior to deliberations on the 2017 budget.
Members of the Energy Committee at the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce met this week with two members of the Canadian Senate’s Standing Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources.
Lambton Ford has signed with Bluewater Regional Networks, a spin-off company of Bluewater Power, as its first customer for a high-speed fibre internet service.
While Sarnia remains one of the options as a location for a greatly expanded production facility for BioAmber, a Canadian-headquartered manufacturer of bio-based succinic acid, it is but one company executives are pursuing.