Mark Perrin, whose organization this year held its second successful Bluewater Borderfest event in Sarnia, is the new executive director of Tourism Sarnia-Lambton, the Lambton County funded agency.
Monthly Archives: November 2018
With the County of Lambton officially taking over ownership of the former CIBC branch downtown on Tuesday, plans are still being developed for how the second tier municipality will use the structure, which came with a $1.025 million price tag.
A concert planned for this Sunday, December 2 is intended to bring together the culture of the ancient Celts alongside Canada’s indigenous peoples in their common reverence for nature and parity of esteem.
A gift of $600,000 by the Rotary Club of Sarnia will provide a jumpstart to a $1.6 million capital campaign to completely rebuild a therapeutic pool that has been serving the community for some 30 years.
Last year, students and volunteers connected with St. Patrick’s Catholic High School in Sarnia collected some 8,500 bags of non-perishable food donations as part of its Irish Miracle Food Drive.
Lambton College first-year nursing students interested in long-term care careers spent the day meeting with Afton Park Place residents on Oct.
The United Way campaign has now exceeded 76% of the $2,000,000 goal.
Not so long ago, we did a podcast interview with John DeGroot who now owns the family business started by his father.
It was mid-2014 when members of the senior management team at Bluewater Power first began scoping out the creation of a homegrown internet service business, part of what has become the “group of companies” strategic direction that not only adds value for the municipally owned enterprise but positioned Sarnia-Lambton for future growth.
The United Way campaign jumped by 10% from last week to this week as the Shell Canada employee campaign has reported their campaign totals.