Thousands of people are expected in Sarnia's Cantara Park today to celebrate Canada Day.
Monthly Archives: June 2011
Residents from many rural communities will be celebrating Canada's 144th birthday today.
The massive 90 foot wide stage is now up in Centennial in advance of thousands of fans descending on Sarnia's waterfront for Rogers Bayfest 2011.
The Sarnia Police Traffic Branch is investigating a collision involving a motorcycle and a passenger car that happened in the intersection of Blackwell Sideroad and Michigan Line at about 5:40 pm on Wednesday.
The timing could not have been worse. With beach-goers celebrating both Canada Day and American Independence Day this weekend, the County's Community Health Department has posted warning signs at the Grand Bend south beach because of high levels of E.coli bacteria.
With the temperature expected to reach into the 30's by Saturday, with high humidity, the Lambton Community Health Services Department is again reminding residents to take proper precautions to protect themselves during times when the air quality is poor.
Changes could be on the way to both Nova Chemical operations in St.
A 53-year-old Sarnia man charged with numerous sex related offences is now facing two additional sexual assault charges. A fourth woman complainant has come forward regarding allegations dating back six months. Gary William Cameron appeared in court today and was remanded in custody to appear by video next Monday morning.
A 63-year-old Sarnia man is in hot water following an accident in Point Edward at about 6:30 last evening.
Lambton OPP is investigating a theft of five crane batteries from a residence in the 3000 block of Inwood Road at about 1 this morning.