In at least some respects, Nathan Colquhoun is similar to many young people who grew up in the area.
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.
Our first conversation with Will Willemsen, co-owner with his wife Ingrid of Sunripe Farms, an iconic retail establishment that was birthed with one key goal in mind—bringing fresh fruit and vegetables to the local market—took place some 17 years ago.
For Sahar Nasr, owner of Math Plus Tutors, the journey to a life as an entrepreneur is one that has many aspects to it—all of them fascinating in one way or another.
In many ways, it’s difficult to imagine the lure of what at one point in the history of the Great Lakes was THE only form of transportation from one community to another over water.
It would be hard to imagine any charitable organization in Sarnia-Lambton that has more of an impact on the overall quality of residents who rely on the services underscoring the mission of the Inn of the Good Shepherd, founded in 1981 by a group of people connected with St.
Tucked away in a little corner of Lambton County is a slice of Ontario history, although the enterprise, Munro Honey & Meadery, is hardly staying still or even resting on the laurels of a company that remains extremely active from its base in Alvinston.
I still remember, albeit somewhat vaguely, a “family meeting” held at our home in Oakville, Ont., when my parents informed us that we would be moving to the U.S.
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.
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.
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.