The federal government wants to hear from farmers about its proposal to eliminate the provision that allows farmers to defer cash ticket purchases of certain grains to the next tax year.
A new technology will allow local farmers to get more cash out of their cash crops without any extra work.
George Mallay will be finishing his final day in the office at the Sarnia Lambton Economic Partnership, an organization he’s headed for several years, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t remain committed to the community.
Mary Jean O’Donnell is known for taking her clients—or people she’s trying to educate about the benefits of “zero waste”—to a landfill and pointing to piles of trash.
Where can one find vintage nintendo games and hard-to-get trading cards in Sarnia?
Helen Lomax, a native of Sarnia-Lambton, spent many years following her graduation from St.
At first, martial arts and metalworking may seem to be unrelated hobbies, but martial arts is what introduced Kyle Doan, founder of Raven’s Hammer and Forge, to the craft of blacksmithing.
Joe Giresi doesn’t serve meals, he serves an experience. For a little more than a year, Joe and his wife Caroline have been serving small groups authentic, 100% homemade Sicilian dinners.
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce is reaching out to its network, including members of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, with its Spring Survey, a yearly opportunity to seek out opinions throughout the province.
It was either good planning or a lucky break for chamber attendees at this week’s Business After 5 event held on Wednesday (May 17) and hosted by Tourism Sarnia-Lambton, with the “Beach Party” theme merging nicely with one of the warmest days (so far) of the year.