Dr. Michel Haddad, Chief of Professional Staff, Bluewater Health, has received an Award of Excellence for Faculty in Community/Distributed Sites, from Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Monthly Archives: May 2019
A family member’s recent visit to Twin Lakes Village resulted in not only some fun activities but also a chance to learn about some games people play in another region of Canada.
Janet Morris and Margaret Bauer, along with a number of other members of the “Circle of Artists,” meet once a week to practice their talents and this coming Sunday, an exhibit they’ve been planning for about two years opens at the Gallery in the Grove in Bright’s Grove.
Regular visitors to the City of Sarnia website—at sarnia.ca— will see some dramatic changes if they take a look at a complete redesign that has been unveiled, at least temporarily, at www.beta.sarnia.ca.
In its 21st year, Discovery Week will see 170 first-year medical students from Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry in 33 communities throughout southwestern Ontario to receive a hands-on learning experience in rural and regional healthcare.
Each year about 2,000 people enjoy the Sarnia Seniors Cruise, an event that officials from Lambton Elderly Outreach stepped up last year when the event was in danger of being cancelled.
Southwestern Integrated Fibre Technology Inc. (SWIFT) has announced the launch of a targeted broadband project to improve access to high-speed internet in homes and businesses throughout Lambton County, in partnership with the provincial and federal government.
When we sat down with Richard Beland for this episode of Spotlight, it wasn’t for the first time.
The Energy Efficient Eagles, a group of students at Errol Village Public School in Camlachie, has won a $2,500 prize plus a $500 charitable donation to the Sarnia and District Humane Society in a contest designed to demonstrate energy conservation.
A greatly expanded suite of services at the newly renovated medical building at 481 London Road in Sarnia is receiving kudos in the community for its ability to reduce the burden on the emergency department at Bluewater Health.