One of the ways Steeves & Rozema seniors living communities build connections is by inviting local groups and organizations to use their activity rooms to host regular meetings.
Monthly Archives: September 2018
One week into the 2018 Campaign, and we have now reached 21% of our $2,000,000 goal.
A Golf Tournament has been organized to honour the memory of a local Lions Club member who has left an amazing legacy.
Are you having hiring difficulties? Do you experience retention issues, a skills gap or other related issues?
When I sat down with Anne Marie Gillis for a conversation about her candidacy for Mayor of Sarnia, it was after a formal invitation was sent out to her and Mike Bradley, the incumbent for the position.
Even though summer is winding down, Lambton Public Health reminds Lambton County residents that mosquitoes and ticks are still active and precautions are needed to protect against the risk of West Nile virus (WNV) and Lyme disease.
It’s not quite a month before citizens of local municipalities begin casting their votes for candidates but the most visible (and potentially confusing) of all races is the one for Mayor of Sarnia.
There’s no question that the commercialization of new bio-based products and technology is on the upswing and with that growth, Bioindustrial Innovation Canada is hosting an inaugural event this week that it hopes will be hosted across Canada in the future.
Peter Fitzsimons remembers when the Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland first took over a struggling Art in the Park event from the Bright’s Grove Gallery in the Grove organizers that had run the event for several years.
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership has been recognized as being one of Canada’s Top Ten Canadian Economic Development Groups by Site Selection magazine as part of its “Canada’s Best Locations 2018 Awards” program.