Registered home builders in Sarnia working with the City to crack down on operators who aren’t participating in a provincial system designed to protect buyers who may not realize the product they’re buying may not meet current standards.
Jordan Maure admits that he’s done quite a bit of “growing up” since joining McDonald’s in April 2015.
Elsa Almeida transferred from hospital to Trillium Villa’s convalescent care program on Aug.
For Maja Jovanovic, aka “Professor Maja,” leadership includes having passionate ideas about confidence and dropping the “sorry” from the vocabulary.
Representatives from the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce traveled to Windsor on Thursday to make a submission to the Standing Committee on Finance as part of “Pre-Budget Consultations in Advance of the 2018 Budget.” The half-day sessions, held at the Best Western Plus on Riverside Drive, represented an opportunity for the views of businesses in Sarnia-Lambton to be included in the consultation process.
Allison Graham, a self-described “Resiliency Ninja,” is one of the headline speakers at the upcoming Power of the Purse event, to be held November 16 at the Holiday Inn in Sarnia/Point Edward.
Twenty-eight people recently discovered artistic talents they may not have known they had while raising more than $600 for the Breast Cancer Society in support of Steeves & Rozema Group team members and their families who have been affected by breast cancer.
Kim Forbes may not look like she could possibly have been at McDonald’s for the 15 years it’s been since she first walked in the door for her first job.
Members and employees of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce are welcome to “stop by” next Tuesday, October 17, as the organization celebrates Business Week in the community.
Charles Bronfman, a member of the company that made its fortune under the Seagram’s brand, is coming to Sarnia for an event being held in association with Business Week.