Our first conversation with Will Willemsen, co-owner with his wife Ingrid of Sunripe Farms, an iconic retail establishment that was birthed with one key goal in mind—bringing fresh fruit and vegetables to the local market—took place some 17 years ago.
In at least some respects, Nathan Colquhoun is similar to many young people who grew up in the area.
The Mike Weir Foundation, the philanthropic organization created by the Masters champion’s family, has announced a partnership that will help fund a mental health initiative geared to help young people in the most vulnerable age group—11 to 25 years old.
A professionally orchestrated theatrical production with over 20 custom-designed illusions and world-class lighting and set design, OUTERBRIDGE – Clockwork Mysteries is a high-energy magical adventure for both adult and family audiences.
Transform Shared Service Organization, on behalf of Bluewater Health, has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a project to fill a substantial portion of the Sarnia hospital’s ongoing energy needs.
With the hot and humid weather continuing in the area, Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a Heat Warning for Lambton County.
Thanks to the incredible success of the LiUNA Do It For Sarnia Block Party featuring The Trews in June, the Bluewater Health Foundation has been able to announce that Dan Edwards has reached his $150,000 fundraising goal.
For Sahar Nasr, owner of Math Plus Tutors, the journey to a life as an entrepreneur is one that has many aspects to it—all of them fascinating in one way or another.
It’s been 15 years since the Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland first installed giant flags of both Canada and the United States in what is called the International Flag Plaza north of the Blue Water Bridges.
It’s a tradition that Sarnia-Lambton residents and visitors alike look forward to every year and this Saturday (June 20) is the day.
When it comes to the complex job of attracting and retaining top quality staff in a variety of medical disciplines, nobody knows how challenging that task is better than Dr.
In many ways, it’s difficult to imagine the lure of what at one point in the history of the Great Lakes was THE only form of transportation from one community to another over water.
It wasn’t until 2009 that Dave Mcintosh, the proprietor of Dave’s Custom Carpentry, which is based in Sarnia, decided that he’d take up cycling.
It would be hard to imagine any charitable organization in Sarnia-Lambton that has more of an impact on the overall quality of residents who rely on the services underscoring the mission of the Inn of the Good Shepherd, founded in 1981 by a group of people connected with St.
Tucked away in a little corner of Lambton County is a slice of Ontario history, although the enterprise, Munro Honey & Meadery, is hardly staying still or even resting on the laurels of a company that remains extremely active from its base in Alvinston.
I still remember, albeit somewhat vaguely, a “family meeting” held at our home in Oakville, Ont., when my parents informed us that we would be moving to the U.S.