Charles Fisher is someone who’s committed to the Sarnia Lambton community.
Donna Pyette is the executive director of the Sarnia & District Humane Society, a special place where animals are rescued and new families are introduced.
Shortly after Mary Anne Peloza met her now husband, Roland Peloza, she knew it was at least possible that she’d be in the record store business.
Karen Sanders comes from a family of farmers, with her parents having come to Canada.
For Cat Cabajar, being an artist is a lifelong dream but one that she’s finally realizing.
For those who speak the kind of language that machines (including the one being used right now), people like Lewis Menelaws are the future.
Mike Murphy began his career as an engineering technologist, specifically as a pipe designer, having attended Lambton College and Lakehead University.
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.