The idea that spending a few million dollars to create a “path forward” that would allow area fabricators to save millions more while creating jobs and propelling even more economic growth is one that local municipalities, including Sarnia and its neighbours, all part of Lambton County, have embraced.
With the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership strategic plan now in place, players like the City of Sarnia have a set of priorities with which they can align their own economic development strategies, knowing everyone is rowing in the same direction.
For years, an interesting thing has happened in Sarnia and surrounding Lambton communities.
Terrapure Environmental Ltd., a key environmental solutions provider locally, recently acquired the operating assets of another key operator—Envirosystems Incorporated, increasing its local footprint in the area.
Lambton Shield, first published between 1852 and 1854 by Alexander Mackenzie, and online since 2010, is now in print.
A group of local drink producers—beer, wine, mead, and hard cider—have teamed up with Tourism Sarnia-Lambton on an initiative organizers hope will drive day or longer visits on what is being called the “Cheers to the Coast” trail.
It was at last year’s Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala where Dr.
As the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce continues to monitor various pieces of legislation as part of its advocacy mandate, there are several items for which members should be aware.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce has reached out to the Federal Government asking for continued leadership in creating a national strategy to support the development of bioindustry, a sector that is particularly important to our area.
Let’s face it: most of us have a tendency, at least part of the time, to “put off” what we know we need to get done.