Things are heating up and we’re definitely not talking about the Spring weather.
Representatives of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce will be at the upcoming Ontario Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting (April 26-29, 2018) in Hamilton with three resolutions that speak to issues of concern to local members, including improvements to broadband, advancing the bioeconomy, and protecting the viability of companies that have reduced carbon emissions in the province.
Karen Minty of fortyhours is offering a set of workshops designed to help with the most important part of a business marketing plan: networking.
The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation is investing a total of $90,000 into two projects aimed at benefiting the Lambton County community.
Today, Mark McLean has discovered a new career, having retired from Imperial Oil after many years.
When Sky Holbrook, a certified landscape technician, presented her idea to trustees at the Awesome Foundation of Sarnia, it was with a blindfold.
Several years ago, I was reading a history of Sarnia-Lambton and came across a mention of the very first newspaper in our area, which was launched by Alexander Mackenzie, then a 30-year-old stone mason who later became Canada’s second prime minister.
For the fourth year in a row, Lambton College is set to welcome a diverse group of business leaders, educators, government officials, and industry representatives to its annual Water Symposium.
This year’s CANstruction event is about to hit the halls of Lambton Mall and with it one of the Inn of the Good Shepherd’s most popular opportunities to generate thousands of pounds of non-perishable food.
Colleen Trott has only been volunteering at Afton Park Place for seven weeks, but she has already become a fan-favourite with everyone at the Sarnia long-term care community.