Last year, at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s AGM in Regina, Chambers from across the country voted to pass a resolution submitted by Sarnia-Lambton that called on the federal government to support the development of a High Frequency Rail (HFR) project by VIA Rail.
Businesses in the area are being invited by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce to take advantage of another benefit—the opportunity to learn about ways to grow beyond the community as an exporter.
When Danielle Lightfoot moved into a new house, she knew she had to decorate its empty walls.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Town Hall meeting today (Tuesday, July 25, 2017) as an opportunity to discuss the impact on business from Ontario legislation that would see a rise in the provincial minimum wage as well as other workforce related changes that would affect scheduling, temporary work, vacation time and unionization.
While it’s not unusual for young people growing up in Sarnia to leave after secondary school, the story of Liwordson Vijayabalan is almost the opposite.
Winning an Outstanding Business Achievement Award for customer service was both humbling and shocking for Doug Rake, the president and general manager of Lambton Kia.
The last thing one wants to do after a long drive to the beach is wait in a 10-person line to pay for parking.
Janice McMichael-Dennis, who grew up in the area and has served for the last few years as the dynamic CEO of Bluewater Power, sat down with Lambton Shield editor J.D.
Canadian colleges play a key role in building a more inclusive Canadian economy.
VIP Rail, a short-line rail business, has changed hands, the result of a structured buy-out of one of its founders.