Tara Duff-Cloes says she always gravitated toward things mechanical, hanging out with her father, spending time in the shop where she works today as owner/president.
Exciting changes are taking place at the Art Gallery on Main Street in Grand Bend.
Five things to do this Weekend Although September is upon us, summer seems back in Sarnia with Environment Canada reporting 30 degree weather all weekend.
- Medical cannabis producer answers questions at meeting
- Chamber taking proactive stand on ‘unacceptable’ changes to tax code
- Chamber opposition to transit changes sways Council
- Completion of Howard Watson Nature Trail improvements are celebrated
- Tara Duff-Cloes continues to deliver value for customers, employees at fabricating shop
- Family owned enterprise builds on heritage with eye to the future
The Pink Ribbon campaign in support of Breast Cancer Awareness kicks off this weekend in Sarnia-Lambton.
Several business owners from a wide range of sectors, including retail, farming, and medicine, gathered on Tuesday for a Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce-hosted event that highlighted the impact proposed changes by the Federal Government would have, not only on their economic livelihood but the entire nation.
The Show with David Burrows #307 Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting win exhibition game against Windsor Spitfires 5-2.
Sarnia’s Bluewater Trails Committee took time on Saturday Sept. 16) to acknowledge receipt of a federal grant of $110,000, which combined with a matching grant from several local companies, was used to revamp the Howard Watson Nature Trail.
The Rotary Club of Sarnia is once again proving it’s an organization that helps whenever and wherever it can, this time as it reaches out to victims of recent hurricanes Harvey and Irma, storms that devastated areas in the Caribbean.
In their final game of the 2017 OHL preseason, the Sarnia Sting played host to the Windsor Spitfires in the second half of a home-and-home on Saturday night.
With just eight days until the start of the 2017-18 Ontario Hockey League season, the Sarnia Sting, headed into the WFCU Centre to face the defending Memorial Cup Champion, Windsor Spitfires for the first of a home & home clash to finish the 2017 preseason.
Rural residents, farmers and businesses on the outskirts of Sarnia won’t be forced to pay for bus services, following calls by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce to tax only those who have the opportunity to use bus services.
Corporate representatives of Tilray, the company that will begin producing medical cannabis products from a 100-acre Enniskillen Township site beginning later this year, were on hand Thursday to discuss their plans with members of the public.
Five things to do this weekend… This weekend, Environment Canada reports beautiful weather of sunny skies and warm temperatures.
Some 400 participants will be remembering a Canadian who inspired a nation with his run for cancer research before succumbing to the disease.
The B.C.-based company that has announced plans to acquire a 100-acre facility currently operating as Enniskillen Pepper Co.
A crew of Bluewater Power employees are on their way to the Tampa area to help with power restoration activities associated with Hurricane Irma.