Chris Carter, who officially became Sarnia’s Chief Administrative Officer on April 1, sat down for a recorded interview just last week, a conversation that gave us a glimpse into his background, what motivated him to take on his duties and what he hopes to accomplish.
It’s been a half year now since Marty Raaymakers sold MIG Engineering (now owned by Devin Johnson) but that doesn’t mean he’s without things to do.
There’s a somewhat interesting connection with my podcast guest, mostly due to the fact that both our sons were in school together (and participated in each other’s weddings).
it’s not often that I get to catch up with someone who still calls me “David”—the name I grew up with family and throughout the first several years of my career as a writer/journalist.
We last spoke with Nathan Colquhoun about two years ago, when the (still) young entrepreneur had, with a few friends, started Refined Fool, a craft brewing operation with a location on Davis Street.
It wasn’t long into a conversation with Lisa Isaac, who runs Lisa Isaac HR Professional Services from her base in Sarnia-Lambton, that she proved insight into the need for the scope of services she provides—and, more to the point, how she’s saving her clients time AND money over the long term.
Kathleen Mundy has certainly made her mark in the community, having built a career from the ground up and taken it to heights even she may not have foreseen from her beginnings growing up in Petrolia.
Josh Lines surely has one of Sarnia-Lambton’s most intriguing entrepreneurial stories, one that he hopes will eventually see the product he has branded becoming a “cross Canada” phenomenon in a very specific category: hot sauce.
Nelson DaSilva is one busy fellow, working out of Cogeco’s offices on Confederation St.
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.