For quite a number of years now, an email would go out from the “Dean” of the Awesome Foundation, inviting members of the media to attend a “pitch party” that would take place, the winner to receive a grant of $1,000 for their idea.
Monthly Archives: June 2019
A grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, announced formally on Friday, will help the YMCA of Southwestern Ontario with significant upgrades necessary to keep the Jerry McCaw Family Centre facility, now 23 years old, operating efficiently.
Chris Carter, who officially became Sarnia’s Chief Administrative Officer on April 1, sat down for a recorded interview just last week, a conversation that gave us a glimpse into his background, what motivated him to take on his duties and what he hopes to accomplish.
We were able to capture the MV Paul R. Tregurtha, a lake freighter that currently the “unofficial” title of Queen of the Lakes as the longest freighter on the Great Lakes, from our vantage point on the U.S.
When it comes to changing attitudes around mental health in Canada, one of the key initiatives promises to be one that involves the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and local affiliates such as the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce.
It’s been a half year now since Marty Raaymakers sold MIG Engineering (now owned by Devin Johnson) but that doesn’t mean he’s without things to do.
There’s little question that one of the largest—perhaps THE largest—engineering firms in our region is SNC-Lavalin, the Canadian-based but global powerhouse that is, notably, the lead firm behind the $2 billion expansion of NOVA Chemicals’ Corunna site.
Sarnia-Lambton’s formal participation in the Intelligent Community Forum’s (ICF) Smart Communities challenge has concluded for 2019.
Various staff members from the Federal Bridge Corporation working at the Blue Water Bridge in Point Edward were at the Good Shepherd Lodge, which is part of the inn of the Good Shepherd, for an opportunity to pitch in and connect with the community on Tuesday.
For the owners and operators of the Canadian side of the Blue Water Bridge, it continues to be a “sure and steady” series of improvements to the nation’s second busiest international commercial crossing, with some of the most visible evidence of those changes outlined to media earlier this week.