One of the most revered coaches in the history of sports is John Wooden, nicknamed “The Wizard of Westwood,” who won 10 NCAA national championships in his 12-year career as head coach at the University of California Los Angeles.
Members of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce have been successful in having at least two policy recommendations find their way into a pre-budget document submitted by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce to the provincial government.
On Tuesday February 14 Great Lakes Secondary School had its first-ever “Idol” contest, where there were three rounds in total and six students from grades 10-12 who had performed songs of their choosing.
A survey released Tuesday by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce says that while local business may be confident when it comes to their future, more remain concerned about key economic issues, notably proposed government actions around Canada Pension Plan and cap and trade initiatives.
It’s been nearly eight years since the Sarnia Harbour was last dredged—that being in 2008 by Transport Canada—and the City of Sarnia’s Peter Hungerford, director of economic development, is hoping it will be at least at least a few years before a gradual filling in of sediment is required.
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.
Landmark Village was buzzing with activity in the weeks leading up to Christmas, as the Sarnia retirement home hosted activities that underscored Steeves & Rozema’s mission of “creating communities that are good for life.” The holiday season kicked off with Landmark Village’s annual Christmas bazaar on Nov.
It truly is a miracle. Hundreds of St. Patrick’s Catholic High School students continue to bring out the best in one another as they demonstrate their compassion in a practical way at the upcoming “Irish Miracle,” a tradition that will see neighbourhoods throughout Sarnia and area canvassed for non-perishable donated food.
A Sarnia City Councillor who also happens to be Warden of Lambton County has apologized for remarks made following a City Council meeting earlier this month.
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.