Bluewater Health Foundation has announced what is being called a “significant gift” from Patricia Carter on behalf of her late husband Ernest and their family.
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For the first time ever, Sarnia-Lambton has been named among the world’s “Top7 Intelligent Communities”.
A Mississauga-based maker of specialized membranes capable of separating olefin and paraffin says it plans to build a new $15-million facility in Sarnia’s Chemical Valley.
Nelson DaSilva is one busy fellow, working out of Cogeco’s offices on Confederation St.
Significant users of energy in the Sarnia-Lambton region will almost certainly want to attend an upcoming half-day seminar outlining details on a federal grants program offering partial reimbursement of costs related to achieving an International Energy Management Systems standard.
In recognition of the Sarnia Quilters’ Guild’s 40th anniversary, the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery (JNAAG) will be opening the exhibition Kaleidoscope and in celebration of the everyday, the gallery will also be presenting Flying School by Quebec artist Diane Landry.
A writing contest—”Write to Us: Judges Panel for Charity” is underway, thanks to the Organization for Literacy in Lambton.
The Intelligent Sarnia-Lambton Taskforce is looking for the public’s help in building an Intelligent Community Strategic Plan.
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership has announced two networking events as a result of the organization’s Alumni Network Project research.
The Sarnia Lambton Workforce Development Board, which has very strong connections with the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, is reaching out to area employers with its Employer One Survey, designed to collect information on a range of issues, including recent hires made, hiring intentions, recruitment strategies and challenges.