In this photo supplied by the Canadian Coast Guard, the Samuel Risley escorts the Algosea and Algoma Sault through the ice-covered waters of the St.
Monthly Archives: February 2019
As we sat down for a chat with Patrick Podolinsky and his sister, Deanna Valiquette, it was in the wake of the firm the pair help lead—Podolinsky Equipment Ltd.—having won the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce Agri-Business of the Year award at the Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala.
Organizers of this summer’s Tall Ships Celebration have confirmed the appearance of a replica of one of Christopher Columbus’ ships.
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce earlier this week (Tuesday, February 19) released its third annual Ontario Economic Report (OER), offering a unique perspective on the experience of businesses of all sizes across the province.
Trying to save money on your industrial energy bill? You’ll want to attend a half-day seminar this coming Monday, February 25 to find out details of a federal grants program.
At an event co-hosted by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce last week, representatives of the Canadian Fuels Association, the trade organization representing the refining industry, presented the results of a study outlining the economic impact its member companies deliver to Canadians coast to coast.
Suzanna Dieleman, who most recently was with the Township of Malahide, located south of London, will become the City of Sarnia’s Director of Finance next Monday, replacing Lisa Armstrong, whose last day on the job is this Friday.
After more than 26 years with Sarnia Fire Rescue Services, Fire Chief John Kingyens has announced he plans to retire this summer from the City of Sarnia.
The local chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is appealing to members of the community who may be interesting in volunteering with the organization.
Lambton County Council will be considering a net increase of 1.75% to the County property tax levy when it meets to discuss the County’s 2019 budget early in March.