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.
Author Archives: J.D. Booth
J.D. Booth, our Publisher/Editor, has extensive experience in journalism and corporate communications. A resident of the Sarnia area since 1985, he has worked in industry and media. He was the founding editor and principal writer for a business oriented magazine between 2002 and 2006.
Kenn Poore is nothing if not persistent. The commercial real estate broker who came to Sarnia as a favour to his brother Richard, one of the people who wanted to restore the former Capitol Theatre into a showcase of live entertainment, was part of a development group that as early as 2013 was looking at the Sarnia General Hospital as an opportunity to better the city he’d come to love.
For Brian Maxfield, a self-described “Forest boy,” the joys of life are at least in part made possible through a habit of his: looking for problems that have not yet been solved—then finding ways to correct those problems.
Editor’s note: This story appeared in the debut print edition of Lambton Shield Just a few days after it appeared, it was announced that the team from Lambton College won the Enactus World Cup, where students competed in live rounds of presentations against 34 other international college and university teams.
Bluewater Health is pleased to announce that Dr. Obioma Ozumba, Psychiatrist, Dr.
Lambton Shield, first published between 1852 and 1854 by Alexander Mackenzie, and online since 2010, is now in print.
It was at last year’s Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala where Dr.
It really is a day to be thankful. In Canada at least, where most of our readers reside, the day was formally set aside by Vincent Massey, a former Governor General (the Queen’s representative in our constitutional monarchy).
Daniel Byskal, the City of Sarnia’s assistant solicitor and risk manager, says he’s optimistic a recently announced plan by Air Canada to begin using more reliable aircraft at Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport will improve service.
Those who know me well are aware that my interest in any kind of sports is “sketchy.” It’s not that I ever gave up on things, just that when I was growing up, our family just wasn’t into hockey, baseball or any other flavour of competitive sports activities.