We have reached the 80% level of our $2M goal with $400,000 to go.
Improving and revitalizing the Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport, which is owned by the City of Sarnia, is one of the chief priorities of a group organized by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce.
Lambton Mall and the Sarnia Police Service joined forces again for the 6th Annual Cop Shop event that kicked off Wednesday morning.
Lambton’s Creative County Grant Program will be supporting 23 local arts, cultural, and heritage projects in 2019.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) have released Moving Forward: A Strategic Approach to Ontario’s Transportation Needs, a policy report that calls on the Ontario Government to develop a Long-Term Transportation Plan.
Just in time for Christmas gift giving, tickets for the 2019 Sarnia Tall Ships Celebration are now on sale.
Back in 1998, Rob Ravensberg, a relatively new arrival in the community in what was a succession role with Lambton Ford Lincoln, took hold of the Terry Bear Toss concept and planted it firmly in Sarnia-Lambton.
The United Way campaign has climbed to 77.2%, or $1,544,200 of the $2,000,000 goal.
Not long after the door knocking began on Saturday morning, we caught up with a group of youngsters from St.
Mark Perrin, whose organization this year held its second successful Bluewater Borderfest event in Sarnia, is the new executive director of Tourism Sarnia-Lambton, the Lambton County funded agency.