Various staff members from the Federal Bridge Corporation working at the Blue Water Bridge in Point Edward were at the Good Shepherd Lodge, which is part of the inn of the Good Shepherd, for an opportunity to pitch in and connect with the community on Tuesday.
For the owners and operators of the Canadian side of the Blue Water Bridge, it continues to be a “sure and steady” series of improvements to the nation’s second busiest international commercial crossing, with some of the most visible evidence of those changes outlined to media earlier this week.
When Sandy Marshall looks back on his career and recalls growing up on a farm not very far from Sarnia-Lambton, he finds it somewhat ironic that much of his work as executive director of Bioindustrial Innovation Canada is in many ways related to a way of life he once wanted to leave behind.
Tony Lavoratore, who along with his wife Shannon owns the Bread-Man in the Northgate West Plaza, hosted what he and others hope will be an annual event—Ferrari Day.
Over 450 Student Nutrition Program volunteers, who provide healthy food to students every school day, were recognized this weekj by the Ontario Student Nutrition Program-Lambton (OSNP-Lambton).
It’s clear from speaking with Mike Thompson and Paul Croft that it was the structure of a business plan that they presented to the senior management team at Rally Engineering, headquartered in Edmonton, that has been formational in the success of the Sarnia office the pair co-lead.
Regular visitors to the City of Sarnia website—at sarnia.ca— will see some dramatic changes if they take a look at a complete redesign that has been unveiled, at least temporarily, at www.beta.sarnia.ca.
Southwestern Integrated Fibre Technology Inc. (SWIFT) has announced the launch of a targeted broadband project to improve access to high-speed internet in homes and businesses throughout Lambton County, in partnership with the provincial and federal government.
When we sat down with Richard Beland for this episode of Spotlight, it wasn’t for the first time.
In what turned out to be a highly competitive process, four local women—Carlie Pitka, Nicole Newman, Stephany Borthwick, and Laura Batista—went home on Thursday evening with a year’s free rent as part of the “WIN This Space” LIVE finale that took place at the Lambton College Event Centre.