For Brian Maxfield, a self-described “Forest boy,” the joys of life are at least in part made possible through a habit of his: looking for problems that have not yet been solved—then finding ways to correct those problems.
It was at last year’s Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala where Dr.
This episode of Spotlight is a little “strange” for one key reason.
When I sat down with Anne Marie Gillis for a conversation about her candidacy for Mayor of Sarnia, it was after a formal invitation was sent out to her and Mike Bradley, the incumbent for the position.
Helen Lomax, a native of Sarnia-Lambton, spent many years following her graduation from St.
Megan O’Neil has always loved project management, although oddly enough, she didn’t gel with the role of management in an organization.
Dennis Ryan, who has made a career of training future pilots, is also giving back to the community through fundraising efforts like the one that is being played out at Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport on behalf of Pathways Health Centre for Children.
As Doug Bain tells it, deciding he would get his real estate licence—which once took days (it takes months now)—was a decision based on how he could maximize the value of his time.
Jeff Glass remembers quite clearly his intent to retire from his job as an operator at Imperial Oil about four years ago.
I’m a great believer in serendipitous moments and one of those occurred last week when I bumped into a previous Spotlight podcast guest—Tara Duff Cloes, who owns John Duff Ltd.