One of the Members of Provincial Parliament representing portions of Lambton County was named Minister of Infrastructure in the newly elected Progressive Conservative government of Doug Ford.
Monthly Archives: June 2018
A new pedestrian crossover (PXO) at the entrance to Canatara Park at the intersection of Christina St.
The Random Acts of Art Workshop (RAAW) at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery (JNAAG) is in full effect!
If you’re in the mood for some great music this summer, Sarnia-Lambton is the place to be.
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership introduced its Strategic Plan and approved new appointments to its board of directors at the organization’s Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, June 26.
At Wednesday’s Annual General Meeting of Bluewater Health, President and CEO Mike Lapaine reported on a number of the year’s achievements – from a program to provide care in an innovative way to a group of frequent 911 callers and Emergency Department visitors, to working more closely with local First Nations communities.
The City of Sarnia hosts many events in its parks, arenas, streets, and other facilities.
Family friendly horse-drawn wagon tours from the Oil Museum of Canada return every Sunday this summer, beginning July 8.
After a competitive process which included attendance at mandatory business seminars, completion of a fully executable business plan and a LIVE pitch to a panel of local business experts, The River (based in Sarnia) and Culture Shock Kombucha (based in Grand Bend) emerged as the two winners of WIN this Space, a key project aligned with the community economic development strategy of the Sarnia-Lambton Business Development Corporation.
The boards of directors of the YMCA of Western Ontario and the YMCAs across Southwestern Ontario say they have completed a successful business planning process to merge the two groups into one larger regional YMCA.