The latest print edition of Lambton Shield, a business publication that launched as a website in 2010, features winners from the recent Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Business Achievement Awards.
Ian McLean remembers the first art exhibition his daughter Paula attended as a member of the family, nearly 19 years ago.
The idea that plastics are valuable materials that should be used—not thrown away—is one of the central themes of an organization that has NOVA Chemicals as one of its founding members, funded with $1 billion (USD).
- NOVA Chemicals becomes founding member of group intent on ending plastic waste in environment
- Don Anderson shares his passion for helping entrepreneurs get started
- ‘Voices from Lambton’s Past’: Part 3 of ‘Old Home Week’
- Print edition of Lambton Shield features Chamber winners
- Lambton College unveils new strategic plan
- Father/daughter exhibition on tap at Gallery in the Grove
Lambton College has unveiled its new five-year strategic plan which officials say will set a clear vision of where the institution will be by the year 2024.
The Global Business Opportunities Community, a group set up through the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce with the cooperation of other local organizations intent on helping businesses do business beyond the borders of our community, is continuing to build momentum.
In this episode of Storytellers, Matt Pasut, owner of CR Creative in Wyoming, sat down with Don Anderson, general manager of the Sarnia-Lambton Business Development Corporation, who talked about his passion for seeing local businesses and start-ups grow.
Sarnia Police Services will be flying the Crime Stoppers flag at its headquarters for the balance of January in support of Crime Stoppers Awareness month locally.
As those who are familiar with one of the signature monthly events for the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce will know, Wednesday, January 16 is a date worth marking on the calendar, and the owners of Sitara Indian Cuisine, located at 1308 London Rd.
One of the great gifts Steeves & Rozema long-term care communities give people is renewed mobility which results in enhanced quality of life, and we saw some great examples of this in 2018.
Members of the Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland have made quite a tradition of their annual book sale that takes place starting this Friday, January 11 and runs through the weekend.
Dean Holtz and friends are looking for some help as they look to the seasonal tear down of the various houses, angels and other Christmas light structures that have provided delight to area residents and visitors over the last few weeks.
The Canadian Coast Guard has provided details of the upcoming icebreaking season, outlining its plans to provide icebreaking services in cooperation with the United States Coast Guard.
Organizers of the renowned cultural walkabout known as First Friday have a full slate of activities planned for the event, which takes place this week (January 4).
Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley has issued his Honours List for 2018, with some 20 individuals, couples and groups singled out for distinction.
It’s an incredibly joyous time of the year for many of us.
Registration is now open for the 2019 Run/Walk/Skate/Bike, the 33rd annual fundraiser for Huron House Boys’ Home to be held on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16, 2019.