Transport Canada officials have requested the media’s help in informing the public about temporary vessel restrictions that will be in place this Sunday during the Port Huron Float Down event.
When it comes to the excitement that involves swift-flowing water from Lake Huron down the St.
It all began in the summer of 1984 when a band from Newmarket, Ontario called Tokyo spent two evenings opening for Boy George and Culture Club at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens.
- Officials issue ‘warning’ ahead of Sunday’s float down
- Special VIA Rail event celebrating 40th anniversary taking place next Saturday
- Project to take down former Sarnia General Hospital facility continues
- American swimmer arrives in Port Franks after nearly 21 hours in Lake Huron waters
- Urologist from Rwanda is visiting Bluewater Health
- Local cannabis producer will hold ‘by appointment only’ job fair this Tuesday
So we’ve got an election looming. As if the June provincial election weren’t enough to get the stress levels up, voting starts on October 11 and wraps up October 22 for Sarnia residents and quite a few of our neighbouring municipalities in Lambton County.
A local group that has consistently worked to promote and improve rail service in the area has teamed up with VIA Rail Canada to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
Sarnia-Lambton Member of Provincial Parliament Bob Bailey is hosting his annual summer BBQ event this Thursday, August 23 from 4 p.m.
The marijuana growing and processing facility that launched last year as a medical marijuana operation is looking for more than 60 full-time workers to staff its facility on LaSalle Line in Enniskillen Township.
Sarnia McDonald’s franchisees Colleen and Peter Buckley will be helping provide meals to community children through the 13th annual “Loonies for Lunches” back-to-school food drive that starts August 27.
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce, and by extension the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, is behind a coalition advocating free trade principles within North America and around the world.
Tickets go on sale this coming Monday, August 20 for one of the year’s most anticipated events on the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce calendar—the 2018 Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala.
We truly love to work with people who share our passion for the Sarnia-Lambton community.
For neighbours of the area surrounding the former Sarnia General Hospital site, It may have seemed like a long summer, but now that asbestos abatement involving the interior of the east and north wings of the property has been completed, the demolition can now go forward.
Bluewater Health is welcoming Dr. Emmanuel Muhawenimana, a urologist from the Republic of Rwanda who is in Ontario for a one-month clinical observership for endo-urological procedures.
Five years in business certainly should not go unnoticed and for that reason alone, Alton Farms Estate Winery has rebranded itself and is throwing a two-day party—Saturday, August 18 and Sunday, August 19—to which everyone is invited.
If you love Canadian music, then be in Grand Bend on Wednesday, August 15.
Eight years ago this month, I was working on plans to launch the digital media site you’re reading now.