By FALK HAMPEL I recently came across a bank study (from BMO) suggesting Canadians feel that they need an average of $265,607 in life insurance coverage paid out upon their death to ensure that funeral expenses and debt are covered.
Norm Lamoureux is convinced the problem with the area 211 system isn’t the technology that allows someone to call those three digits on a telephone to connect for information on social, health and government services in the area.
Canada’s Public Sector Integrity Commissioner, Mario Dion, has released the findings from his investigation into whether or not hundreds of thousands of dollars of public funds were mismanaged at the Blue Water Bridge by authorities.
World renowned Canadian economist, best-selling author, former chief economist at CIBC World Markets, and highly sought-after conference speaker Jeff Rubin will be in Sarnia at the historic Imperial Theatre on Jun.
River City Vineyard announced Tuesday that it's giving up its appeal with the Ontario Municipal Board, but says the fight to keep the homeless shelter open is far from over.
Sarnia will be getting an unexpected gift from an unusual source this year.
Lambton County Council's decision this week to earmark $250,000 toward the establishment of a local detox facility is likely to happen if a decision to proceed with another $550,000 in funding from the Erie St.
Lambton County Council announced this week that it will appeal the provincial gaming agency's recent decision to close Hiawatha Slots.
YMCAs in Canada have launched the 2012 YMCA Strong Kids campaign, with a goal of raising more than $10 million to eliminate the financial barriers that many in Canada are facing.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce congratulates City Council on its leadership in service delivery discussions, attention to fiscal management and control.