Karen Minty, through her “fortyhours” business, is offering individuals the opportunity to build an effective introductory tool that she says will help set them on the right path.
Charles Fisher is someone who’s committed to the Sarnia Lambton community.
November is National Financial Literacy Month across Canada. The goal is to improve the financial literacy of Canadians, help them better manage their money and improve their financial well-being.
There will be a resumption of classes for students and striking faculty on Tuesday after the Ontario Government passed back-to-work legislation over the weekend.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is urging Sarnia City Council to “think outside the box” and provide leadership with a view to increasing revenue without putting additional burdens on taxpayers.
When the Sarnia Lambton Workforce Development Board was first created, it was firmly focused on training, says Shauna Carr, now its executive director.
Another company is bringing good news to Sarnia-Lambton with the announcement of plans to construct a commercial-scale demonstration plant in the TransAlta Bluewater Energy Park.
Members of the Rotary Club of Sarnia are putting the final touches on the upcoming TV auction, which will take place on November 19.
Linda Marshall, one of the featured speakers at the upcoming Power of the Purse event in Sarnia, has a key question for her audience: “Are YOU the obstacle in your way?” Marshall, the president of Marshall Connects, is an author, television host, and a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers and Speaker U.
For the third year in a row, Sarnia-Lambton has been named among the Intelligent Community Forum’s (ICF) Smart21 Communities.