As we enter another year—and another decade—the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is taking the opportunity to not only reflect on the last year, but even more importantly, look down the road as we continue to seek ways to extend and enhance our value equation.
According to a recent study by GoDaddy, one in four students graduating post-secondary doesn’t feel ready to enter the job market, with 30% of graduating students having the opinion that there aren’t any jobs available at all.
Chamber representatives from the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce will travel to Queen’s Park in Toronto on Monday, March 9, 2020, for “Advocacy Day,” organized by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.
We invite you to celebrate International Women’s Day at the Chamber with a breakfast event.
The Discover Ability Network is making it easier for employers to hire inclusively through a new hub community in the Sarnia-Lambton region.
Judith Morris, president and CEO of Lambton College, has announced her impending retirement from the position.
FORGE Hydrocarbons Corp (“FORGE”), a Canadian biofuel start-up, has announces an equity investment from Shell Ventures and a follow-on contribution from Valent Low-Carbon Technologies, which will help build a first-of-its-kind $30 million commercial-scale, biofuel production plant in Sombra, Ontario.
One of the first questions we had to pose to Betty Dee Black, the octogeneration who has spent a good long part of her life making Sarnia and what turns out to be a very wide swath of people she’s found herself making relationships with over those many years.
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership is once again offering grants of up to $5,000 to small business owners and entrepreneurs through the Starter Company Plus program.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, which has committed to engaging in constructive dialogue around various issues related to policy and advocacy issues, is extending an invitation to members to be part of this process.