Tara Duff-Cloes says she always gravitated toward things mechanical, hanging out with her father, spending time in the shop where she works today as owner/president.
Steeves & Rozema, a Sarnia-based family enterprise that was founded in 1963, continues to grow and prosper, with a keen eye on both the present operations and to the future.
It’s been two years since Marilyn Gladu, a chemical engineer by training and experience, first successfully ran as Sarnia-Lambton’s Member of Parliament.
Aaron Huggett remembers growing up and being enthralled with the idea of telling stories, something he’s been doing since he was very young.
The Sarnia-Lambton Business Development Corporation, a not for profit community based corporation that is funded by the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario, provides business counselling and financing to entrepreneurs in Lambton County, as well as assisting with various community based economic development projects.
When Chris Cooke was just 13, his father decided he needed “some discipline” and sent him to Oakville’s Appleby College.
This October, Bob Bailey will be celebrating 10 years as Member of Parliament for Sarnia-Lambton, but being part of the community is a lifelong experience for him, having grown up in the area and spent all his pre-public service career working with his father and then with Nova Chemicals.
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.