The Transition Committee of Great Lakes Secondary School is setting up a History and Memorabilia subcommittee whose responsibility will include various tasks related to the combined SCITS, St.
Sarnia City Council has, by a 5-3 recorded vote, called for the temporary removal of Mayor Mike Bradley’s office from City Hall, pending a permanent relocation to space in City Hall that is separate from staff.
Doctors Luke Winegard and Brendan Carney Kilian opened In Motion Health, Wellness and Fitness in January 2007.
- Mayor’s direct communication with City staff now cut off
- Council approves relocation of Bradley’s office
- Sarnia selected as ‘150th Birthday Celebration Garden’ recipient
- City staffer refutes Bradley’s ‘letter to people’
- Hub project at Sarnia-Lambton Rebound looking for a logo
- In Motion founders say Sarnia ‘perfect’ site for their practice
The Sarnia-based organizer of “Race to Erase” is hoping to get even more people behind the annual event that has already raised some $440,000 on behalf of local charities.
Now entering week seven, the United Way of Sarnia-Lambton campaign has started to slow down a little as many of the large industrial campaigns are nearing completion of their fundraising campaigns.
The Sarnia Legionnaires registered their second come-from-behind win in as many weeks over the Strathroy Rockets Thursday.
Sarnia Police have reported the 14-year-old boy who had last been seen on Saturday has been found.
Tall Stuff is the childhood nickname of a tall woman who decides to try out for a lead part in a comedy called “Banana Boats at Midnight,” put on by a local theatre group.
It was 1957 when the Honourable Vincent Massey, the first Governor General to be born on Canadian soil, proclaimed a day of Thanksgiving with these words: “A Day of General Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed – to be observed on the 2nd Monday in October.” We continue that traditional on October 10 this year and it is our hope that you and your family take the time to celebrate with thanks—remembering all the many things for which we are blessed.
Sarnia Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 14-year-old boy who was last seen Saturday afternoon heading eastbound on the Howard Watson Trail from the area of the Huron House Boys Home in Bright’s Grove.
When Raspal Singh, a second year student in the Digital Photography program at Lambton College, was invited by a friend of his landlord to join in a Saturday night concert at Paradise Valley Campground on Lakeshore Road in Plympton-Wyoming, it was an offer that couldn’t be missed.
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.
For the second consecutive night, 65:00 would garner no result, and the Sting’s fate would be decided by a shootout.
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.
This year’s United Way of Sarnia-Lambton campaign is on pace with last year, with an announcement on Wednesday (October 6) that about half the $2 million goal has been reached.
Organizers of the “That Night in Sarnia” event centred around a simulcast of the final concert of The Tragically Hip raised about $28,000, with half that amount going to the Bluewater Health Foundation for use in the Bluewater Health Cancer Care Assessment and Treatment Centre.
The Sarnia Sting improved to 4-1-1-0 on the season after knocking off the CHL’s 7th ranked Kitchener Rangers in a shootout on Friday night.
Sarnia’s Acting City Manager has issued a “clarification” of comments referred to in a “Letter to the People of Sarnia” issued by Mayor Mike Bradley following the release of a report that asserts the Mayor bullied four members of City staff, including the current City Manager.
Using “Manufacturing Day” (Friday, October 7, 2016) as its backdrop, a group organized around promoting and facilitating export opportunities in Sarnia-Lambton has had its launch event, setting the stage for companies wanting to take advantage of global business opportunities.
Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley has been singled out by an investigator hired by the City’s external legal counsel as someone who “engaged in a course of vexatious comments and conduct which created a poisoned work environment.” As a result of the report and two subsequent closed door meetings, City Council has directed staff to take immediate steps “to promote a safe work environment,” said Andre Morin, who is acting city manager.