Exciting changes are taking place at the Art Gallery on Main Street in Grand Bend.
Several business owners from a wide range of sectors, including retail, farming, and medicine, gathered on Tuesday for a Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce-hosted event that highlighted the impact proposed changes by the Federal Government would have, not only on their economic livelihood but the entire nation.
Tara Duff-Cloes says she always gravitated toward things mechanical, hanging out with her father, spending time in the shop where she works today as owner/president.
Sarnia’s Bluewater Trails Committee took time on Saturday Sept. 16) to acknowledge receipt of a federal grant of $110,000, which combined with a matching grant from several local companies, was used to revamp the Howard Watson Nature Trail.
Rural residents, farmers and businesses on the outskirts of Sarnia won’t be forced to pay for bus services, following calls by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce to tax only those who have the opportunity to use bus services.
Corporate representatives of Tilray, the company that will begin producing medical cannabis products from a 100-acre Enniskillen Township site beginning later this year, were on hand Thursday to discuss their plans with members of the public.
The B.C.-based company that has announced plans to acquire a 100-acre facility currently operating as Enniskillen Pepper Co.
Steeves & Rozema, a Sarnia-based family enterprise that was founded in 1963, continues to grow and prosper, with a keen eye on both the present operations and to the future.
Reports of NOVA Chemicals beginning a process of clearing land said to be the site of a proposed $2-billion polyethylene plant shouldn’t be seen as a firm commitment by the company.
For the second time in three years, a local custom kitchen and bathroom company, William Standen Co.