Elizabeth Davis-Dagg, a former Deputy Mayor of Lambton Shores, is doing what she can to bring to the public’s attention an issue that she says is of great concern to every property owner in the County.
4,172 fans packed the Progressive Auto Sales Arena in Sarnia for the Annual Family Day game vs.
Union Gas has officially taken the wraps of its $6.25 million Sarnia Operations Centre with a “ribbon cutting” Tuesday morning.
- Nathan Colquhoun talks about Refined Fool and other ventures he’s helped create
- Fun, inspiration and good music at Great Lakes ‘Idol’ contest
- Dream Home is now open for viewing
- Mucho Burrito owner prides herself on using fresh ingredients
- Day 17 of 150: 101 stories, 2002
- Day 18 of 150: Marie Prevost, 1937
This is part of a series of 150 “videos” produced by local historian and author Bob McCarthy, his project during Canada’s 150th anniversary.
Nathan Colquhoun, who grew up in Point Edward, returned to the area after earning a degree at York University.
My cynical friend, who wishes to remain anonymous, (Bob) wonders why Donald Trump didn’t have two inaugurals–one in Washington, DC and the real one in Moscow.
A group of Lambton College students will face off with members of the Ontario Provincial Police in a charity hockey game to raise funds for youth homelessness.
It was a bounce back game for the Sting as they torched the OHL leading Soo Greyhounds by a score of 7-3 on Saturday afternoon at the Progressive Auto Sales Arena.
It was a game to forget on Friday night at the Progressive Auto Sales Arena as the Sting dropped an 8-2 decision to the Erie Otters; just two days after defeating the reigning Memorial Cup Champions at Bud Gardens.
The sooner the better. That’s the message for anyone considering nominating an individual or business who is providing the level of service that deserves recognition.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information on the pool league, contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990.
Two long-established local organizations, the Young Professionals group of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce and Sarnia Connects, are merging, with a “launch event” planned for Thursday, January 26 at Stokes by the Bay.
Sarnia Rib Fest, the popular area event that almost didn’t (but did) happen last year, is now officially on the calendar for 2017, returning to Hiawatha Horsepark on Labour Day weekend, September 1-4.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce has written to area Members of Parliament and the Federal Minister of Finance urging legislators to steer clear of any plans for taxing health and dental benefit packages provided by employers.
According to the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service, NASA and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, 2016 was the hottest year ever since detailed records were kept, coming in at 1.3 deg.
The Sarnia Sting (20-17-6) took the trip down Highway 402 for a mid-week clash with the rival London Knights (28-7-6).
The Lambton Safe Roads Committee in cooperation with Sarnia Transit is promoting cyclist and pedestrian safety through visibility.
A delegation comprised of representatives from Sarnia-Lambton will travel to Taipei, Taiwan next month with the goal of having the community named to the prestigious Intelligent Community “Top7.” The designation is awarded by the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF), a global network of cities and regions whose mission is to help communities use information and communications technology to create inclusive prosperity, tackle social and governance challenges and enrich their quality of life.
Opening Segment: City of Sarnia first council meeting for 2017. The Entertainment Scene: Theatre Sarnia prepares for ‘Willow Quartet’ Director Jay Peckham shares the plot.
When he first established Coffee Lodge, Leo Stathakis was inspired by trips he had made to small coffee houses in Seattle, Vancouver and Michigan.