It’s rare that a private member’s bill makes it to a vote in a legislature—provincial or federal—but Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey has beat the odds with an effort that will become law on Wednesday with Royal Assent.
Pictured are, from left, RAIL executive team members Ed Banninga, Mabel Higgins, Jim Houston, Eileen Viola, and Doug Wilson, member-at-large.
Parents of children who’ve spent their short lives so far dealing with developmental or physical disabilities have always had that nagging thought in the back of their minds: “What will happen next?” That “next” question could be when the parents themselves are unable to provide the support needed or simply when the children “transition” into adulthood.
Executive Director, United Way of Sarnia-Lambton While we reflect on this Thanksgiving weekend, many of us are thankful for so much.
County of Lambton residents are invited to connect with public officials, community leaders, and food system stakeholders at the Food Connections: Building a Sustainable, Local Food System event, Saturday October 19 at the Sarnia Golf and Curling Club.
Imperial Oil employees Bill, Dave and Jeff, spent last year’s Day of Caring helping an elderly widow in St.
By JULIE JENKINS As we enjoy the last few days of summer and our thoughts turn to fall it’s a great time to think about how the changing seasons affect your home.
BSI Gen Y is kicking off its first annual outdoor movie festival with this year’s theme “Recycling the 80s”.
Artzscape by the Bay. Area artists and their hordes of followers will be out in full force this Saturday and Sunday as ARTZcape brings its delights to a new location, the Bridgeview Marina north slip from 9 a.m.
Photo via Flickr by Jim Paton. It should be quite the meeting.