Sarnia-Lambton Conservative MPP Bob Bailey is the latest to chime in on the decision by the McGuinty government to close the Sarnia jail and house inmates at the South West Detention Centre in Windsor when it opens in 2013.
Monthly Archives: March 2011
Trustees with the Lambton Kent District School Board have agreed to appoint a qualified person to replace the late Paul Millman to represent the public board in Sarnia and Point Edward.
No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow. ~Proverb And if you’re tired of the winter blues come on down to the Monthly First Friday Cultural Walkabout Ups N’ Downs Pub & Grill 226 Front St.
A workshop later today at the Oil Museum of Canada in Oil Springs will gather public input for a draft statement to highlight what the creation of the Oil Springs Heritage Conservation District will mean to the village and surrounding area.
Plans are well underway for another Ontario Junior “B” Lacrosse League season is Sarnia.
As required by law, Bluewater Health has released its list of employees paid with public dollars who earn more than $100,000 per year.
The eastbound lanes of Highway 402, between Oil Heritage Road and Forest Road, are flowing again this morning after being shut for several hours into the early morning hours this morning.
While those involved with the closure of the Sarnia jail are giving the Ontario budget a thumbs down, officials with the St.
The president of OPSEU Local 128, Dave Esser, will join us tonight on “Wright to the Point” on TVCOGECO to talk about the controversial decision to close the Sarnia jail.
A 32-year-old Petrolia man will appear in court in late May to speak to drug charges after police executed a drug search warrant in the town on Tuesday over the supper hour.