Lambton Shield, first published between 1852 and 1854 by Alexander Mackenzie, and online since 2010, is now in print.
With the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership strategic plan now in place, players like the City of Sarnia have a set of priorities with which they can align their own economic development strategies, knowing everyone is rowing in the same direction.
For years, an interesting thing has happened in Sarnia and surrounding Lambton communities.
- How growing up in an entrepreneurial family lead to a modern dental career
- New restaurant now open on former Chipican site
- Three upcoming pieces of legislation may affect how your business operates
- Chamber announces ‘Outstanding’ winners
- Sarnia Historical Society is on campaign to commemorate Vimy Ridge sacrifice
- ‘Voices from Lambton’s Past’: Part 3 of ‘Old Home Week’
The United Way has reached the 47.5% level of the campaign today and is just $50,000 shy of the first million dollars raised.
Winners of last Friday’s 29th annual Outstanding Business Achievement Awards have been announced by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce.
Terrapure Environmental Ltd., a key environmental solutions provider locally, recently acquired the operating assets of another key operator—Envirosystems Incorporated, increasing its local footprint in the area.
A group of local drink producers—beer, wine, mead, and hard cider—have teamed up with Tourism Sarnia-Lambton on an initiative organizers hope will drive day or longer visits on what is being called the “Cheers to the Coast” trail.
With four complete weeks, the United Way of Sarnia-Lambton fundraising has reached the $800,000 plateau and now sits at 41% of the $2,000,000 goal.
It was at last year’s Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala where Dr.
As the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce continues to monitor various pieces of legislation as part of its advocacy mandate, there are several items for which members should be aware.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce has reached out to the Federal Government asking for continued leadership in creating a national strategy to support the development of bioindustry, a sector that is particularly important to our area.
It really is a day to be thankful. In Canada at least, where most of our readers reside, the day was formally set aside by Vincent Massey, a former Governor General (the Queen’s representative in our constitutional monarchy).
Let’s face it: most of us have a tendency, at least part of the time, to “put off” what we know we need to get done.
Bluewater Health is marking Breast Cancer Awareness Month throughout October, to encourage Sarnia-Lambton residents to test local, treat local and give local.
Since July, Afton Park Place’s resident-run Community Projects Club has been selling some “cool treats” during “pop-up sales” to raise money in support of the Sarnia-Lambton branch of the MS Society of Canada.
Your future is waiting at Lambton College – and you might be able to enroll as early as January 2019.