The fifth print issue of Lambton Shield magazine is now “on the street” with a series of feature articles on some of the area’s most prominent (or soon to be) women entrepreneurs.
Politicians across the region are lauding an announcement by Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau of $6 million in funding for a long-sought-after Oversized Load Corridor that will save fabricators many more millions while making the sector more sustainable for years to come.
It’s an exciting moment (courtesy Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley) to see the “Fair Jeanne” already in Sarnia–berthed south of the Duc D’Orleans dock.
Just a few days remain to secure your ticket to next Tuesday’s Chamber Summer Cruise on the Duc D’Orleans II, a Sarnia-Lambton tradition guaranteed to have you seeing the St.
When we consider various stories about women who have made their mark in a world most often dominated, at least historically, it would be hard to come up with a better example of breakthrough than Jenny Gough, owner of Pollutech EnviroQuatics Ltd., one of leading—perhaps THE leading—environmental services companies in the Sarnia-Lambton region and beyond.
Want your business to stand out in a big way? When it comes to a highly leverageable opportunity associated with the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, sponsorship of the Outstanding Business Achievement Awards night’s “Red Carpet Stars” may be just what the marketing doctor ordered.
Looking for a way to help celebrate some great achievements by business people in Sarnia-Lambton?
In just a matter of days now—my how the summer is flying by!—the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce will be holding its Summer Cruise on the Duc D’Orleans II and organizers of the event are opening up the event to members and guests, even those who aren’t yet part of the Chamber community.
Fans of Jimmy Buffett—known almost universally as “Parrot Heads”—will find the Alzheimer Society of Sarnia-Lambton’s Saturday, September 14 “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere!” at the Holiday Inn and Convention Centre in Point Edward the place to be.
Arguably hockey’s most famous trophy came to visit Sarnia last Sunday, lovingly cradled by two native sons.