Editor’s Note: In light of the local “election season” being in full gear, when we came across this item, we reached out to the author and secured permission to reprint.
It’s not quite a month before citizens of local municipalities begin casting their votes for candidates but the most visible (and potentially confusing) of all races is the one for Mayor of Sarnia.
So we’ve got an election looming. As if the June provincial election weren’t enough to get the stress levels up, voting starts on October 11 and wraps up October 22 for Sarnia residents and quite a few of our neighbouring municipalities in Lambton County.
Sarnia-Lambton Member of Provincial Parliament Bob Bailey is hosting his annual summer BBQ event this Thursday, August 23 from 4 p.m.
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.