A lot has changed in the past 20 years. Computers have entered almost every home and a website is essential to most businesses, governments, and even individuals.
Move over Kelly and Ryan, there’s a new live talk show in town.
In a continued effort to respond to both local and regional training needs, Lambton College has announced that its nationally recognized Chemical Production & Power Engineering (CPET) program has been updated to include two new Industrial Bio-Technology courses.
Update: Astronaut and Sarnia-native Chris Hadfield and Olympian Clara Hughes have both since directly Tweeted support of the video.
Norm Lamoureux is convinced the problem with the area 211 system isn’t the technology that allows someone to call those three digits on a telephone to connect for information on social, health and government services in the area.
The three day summit is being held at the newly named Lambton College Event Centre.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, the Business Enterprise Centre of Sarnia-Lambton is presenting a themed event coined Entrepreneurial Women: Growing Through the Challenges of Change (with Passion, past, present and future).
Internet marketing professional Mike Murphy is providing instruction at an upcoming e-business seminar in March at The Research Park that will focus on “Leveraging the Power of the Internet to Market Your Small Business”.
New hope has come about in the form of DNA for an elderly woman who was brutally murdered and sexually assaulted in Petrolia almost three decades ago by a 44 year old man who was only 15 at the time of the incident.
If it's January, it must be the North American International Auto Show.