John A. Shields, of London at the age of 84, after a long and brave battle with cancer, died peacefully, surrounded by his family on Friday, January 30, 2015 at St.
Monthly Archives: January 2015
Peacefully and surrounded by his family at St. Joseph’s Hospice on Friday January 30, 2015 HARRY (JACK) JOHN EDWARDS age 67 of Sarnia.
At least one media outlet, the Toronto Star, is calling it “trial by Facebook.” The story, which was published Thursday (January 29), references a Sarnia case in which James Trevor Munroe, a 23-year-old Sarnia man, had received a one year sentence after pleading guilty to possession of of three ounces of marijuana.
‘RACK EM’ a term we have all heard and perhaps used ourselves will be said many times in the coming week.
Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley has written to Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne urging her government to incorporate personal penalties for Mayors and Councillors who violate the Open Meeting Act into provincial law.
Todd Case, currently Mayor of Warwick Township and a former Lambton County Warden, has been approved to run for the nomination of the Liberal Party of Canada in the Sarnia-Lambton Electoral District.
The top prize for a new volunteer recognition program is bound to generate interest in a celebration of volunteerism that honours Canada’s second prime minister.
By FALK HAMPEL I recently came across a bank study (from BMO) suggesting Canadians feel that they need an average of $265,607 in life insurance coverage paid out upon their death to ensure that funeral expenses and debt are covered.
Organizers of RAIL—Rail Advocacy in Lambton—are hosting a public forum today (Saturday, January 31) that will include the outlining of a practical plan for affordable and convenient public transportation in southwestern Ontario.
Norm Lamoureux is convinced the problem with the area 211 system isn’t the technology that allows someone to call those three digits on a telephone to connect for information on social, health and government services in the area.