Editor’s Note: In light of the local “election season” being in full gear, when we came across this item, we reached out to the author and secured permission to reprint.
Monthly Archives: September 2018
Daniel Byskal, the City of Sarnia’s assistant solicitor and risk manager, says he’s optimistic a recently announced plan by Air Canada to begin using more reliable aircraft at Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport will improve service.
Those who know me well are aware that my interest in any kind of sports is “sketchy.” It’s not that I ever gave up on things, just that when I was growing up, our family just wasn’t into hockey, baseball or any other flavour of competitive sports activities.
This year’s Bluewater Health Foundation gala on Thursday, October 11 will feature Amanda Lindhout as keynote speaker.
In less than three weeks, Sarnia residents will begin the 12-day electronic voting period that ends on Monday, October 22.
it was a great season this year for locally grown produce in Sarnia-Lambton and one example of this was a Tuesday (5 p.m.
Lake Point Grillhouse & Lounge, the six days a week restaurant “rebirthed” at the site of the former Chipican restaurant, is now open for business.
Lambton College officially took the wraps off its Centre of Excellence in Energy & Bio-Industrial Technologies at a Thursday noon-hour celebratory event that included tours of the completely reconfigured facility at the south end of its campus.
The area around Parker Street and Nelson is going to be busy this Saturday, September 22 as Lighthouse Community Church hosts its annual “Smokefest & Carnival” event for the neighbourhood.
This episode of Spotlight is a little “strange” for one key reason.