A “brand new” one-day business conference being organized by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is just a few weeks away—which means the time to secure tickets to Spark 2019 is NOW.
Many medical schools offer a “mini medical school” to provide the latest medical information to the public on various diseases/conditions.
Forget about expensive gadgets, fancy meals in high-priced restaurants, or even trips abroad.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce recently reached out to all registered candidates who are vying for the votes of electors in the Sarnia Lambton Electoral District.
The fact that Sarnia-Lambton has a “last-minute” mindset is legendary. But at some point, the risk of disappointment is bound to collide with procrastination and that day is almost certainly here.
Another great fall tradition for the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce and our partners with Backburn Radio is the October “Showcase” event taking place next Wednesday, October 16 at the expansive (and well-used) greenhouse at DeGroot’s Nurseries at 1840 London Line in Sarnia For several years now, Blackburn has hosted and organized this event—a great time for Chamber members and others to reconnect and discover what’s available in our community from a business standpoint.
When it comes to the kind of buzz and excitement that next month’s Spark one-day business conference is generating, the only advice to anyone connected with—or hoping to connect with—the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is this: get your tickets for Saturday, November 16 before they run out.
Today marks World Habitat Day, a day designated by the United Nations to reflect “on the basic right of all to adequate shelter”.
Twin Lakes Village residents and team members hosted a WALK-IT challenge on Sept.
The Bluewater Health community revisited the past recently with the official opening of three time capsules found in cornerstones of the former Sarnia General Hospital.