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.
Ticket sales are going strong with less than 30 days remaining until the Chamber’s 2017 Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala lights up downtown Sarnia and the Imperial Theatre on June 16.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) has sent a letter to Premier Kathleen Wynne recommending that an economic analysis take place before changes are made to Ontario’s Labour Relations Act (LRA) and the Employment Standards Act (ESA), including the introduction of a $15 minimum wage.
When Michael John Kooy, equipped with a doctorate in English literature (from Oxford no less), decided with his wife (a native of Ukraine and a biology professor) to head “home” (he grew up in Sarnia), the next logical step (aside from getting a job—which he did by joining RBC Dominion Securities as a financial planner)—was to build a network.
Colleen Buckley, co-owner of five area McDonald’s locations—she and her husband Peter own four restaurants in Sarnia and one in Strathroy—has presented $25,000 that was raised in support of Huron House Boys’ Home as a result of McHappy Day, Wednesday, May 3, 2017.
Workers with H.E. Construction are well into a project that was approved by Sarnia City Council, the installation of a new six-inch watermain and services as well as reconstruction of Old Lakeshore Road between Pine Street and Kenwick Street in Bright’s Grove.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is looking for a full-time Manager of Member Experience and Retention.