Enbridge donates van to Sarnia high school

Vehicle will help students at Alexander Mackenzie Secondary School get to and from co-op placements

Alexander Mackenzie Secondary School principal Jim Stewart is behind the wheel of a van donated by Enbridge to the school, to be used to help students get to their co-op placements. Also pictured is vice principal Melissa Mallette and Jeff Poetz, Enbridge eastern region director of operations.

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.

Donation of the van, a Chevrolet Uplander, is part of Partners Active in Resource Sharing—PAIRS—organized by the Lambton Kent District School Board and Enbridge

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  • Kathleen Pretty

    Enbridge also donated to Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership, the amount of money required to purchase an Automatic Emergency Device *AED* (Defibrillator) late 2016 so that we could install it in the lobby of the building in the Research Park where we are located, along with March of Dimes, Worley Parsons, Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership (SLEP), and Enbridge. SLEP is grateful and feels that the public that visits our offices, and the staff that work in this building, are that much more safe due to the fact that we have an Automatic Emergency Defibrillator available to us, if we need it. County of Lambton Emergency Health Services provided training on the device to employees of SLEP, Worley Parsons, and March of Dimes, along with Research Park staff.