While it’s not unusual for young people growing up in Sarnia to leave after secondary school, the story of Liwordson Vijayabalan is almost the opposite.
Janice McMichael-Dennis, who grew up in the area and has served for the last few years as the dynamic CEO of Bluewater Power, sat down with Lambton Shield editor J.D.
Deve Persad is the lead pastor of the Sarnia Evangelical Missionary Church, located on Talfourd Street.
Lambton College CEO Judith Morris has certainly made her mark at one of Ontario’s most successful educational institutions.
Mark Lumley is one of a growing number of people who was born in the area and may have thought he’d never return.
Brian White’s most visible role may be as a Councillor for the City of Sarnia, but it’s almost certainly not the number one thing in his life.
George Mallay will be finishing his final day in the office at the Sarnia Lambton Economic Partnership, an organization he’s headed for several years, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t remain committed to the community.
Mary Jean O’Donnell is known for taking her clients—or people she’s trying to educate about the benefits of “zero waste”—to a landfill and pointing to piles of trash.
Helen Lomax, a native of Sarnia-Lambton, spent many years following her graduation from St.
Ken MacAlpine is one busy guy with the organization of the Bluewater International Granfondo, which will be held Sunday, August 6.