It’s election week in Ontario, our “once every four years” opportunity to decide how public policy will translate into not just how much taxes we’ll pay but something much more fundamental than that.
As the provincial election campaign begins, the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce has linked up with the Seaway Kiwanis Club for an all-candidates lunch next Tuesday, May 29 at the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club.
It’s been an interesting four years for Matt Mitro, who felt compelled to put his hat in the ring for Sarnia City Council in the municipal election that took place in 2014.
Sarnia-Lambton now has a full slate of candidates for the Ontario Provincial election that will take place on June 7.
Sarnia-Lambton’s Member of Parliament is now the Shadow Minister of Health in Opposition after being appointed by Conservative leader Andrew Scheer on Wednesday.
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.
Municipalities across Sarnia-Lambton are getting over $7 million from the federal government’s Gas Tax Fund.
Andrea Horwath was in Sarnia on Thursday, August 3, and called for the Ontario government to do more in its public inquiry into problems at Ontario’s long term-care homes.
Andrea Horwath is calling on the Ontario government to do more in its public inquiry into problems at Ontario’s long term-care homes.
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.