Your future is waiting at Lambton College – and you might be able to enroll as early as January 2019.
The idea that spending a few million dollars to create a “path forward” that would allow area fabricators to save millions more while creating jobs and propelling even more economic growth is one that local municipalities, including Sarnia and its neighbours, all part of Lambton County, have embraced.
With the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership strategic plan now in place, players like the City of Sarnia have a set of priorities with which they can align their own economic development strategies, knowing everyone is rowing in the same direction.
- New restaurant now open on former Chipican site
- Start the ball rolling
- Bringing simplicity and consistency to accelerated growth
- Chamber announces ‘Outstanding’ winners
- United Way just $50k short of first million dollar mark
- Sarnia Historical Society is on campaign to commemorate Vimy Ridge sacrifice
For years, an interesting thing has happened in Sarnia and surrounding Lambton communities.
The United Way has reached the 47.5% level of the campaign today and is just $50,000 shy of the first million dollars raised.
The Sarnia Community Foundation announced the delivery of its 2018 Community Impact Grants during its annual Day of Celebration on September 26, with a list that includes theatre renovations, recreation subsidies, support for those working to get out of poverty, the reprinting of a handbook for women in crisis and a chance to understand the nature of bees.
Two local doctors have been recognized by a jury of patients who combed through 37 nominations as part of the Patients’ Choice Awards, a program organized in cooperation with the Ontario Medical Association and Bluewater Health through Patients Canada.
The City of Sarnia received a silver ranking at this year’s Communities in Bloom competition following judging by volunteers who travelled to participating communities across Canada ahead of a national/international symposium and awards event that took place in Alberta last week.
United Way of Sarnia-Lambton has surpassed the quarter million dollar mark and now sits at 38% of the $2-million goal for this year’s campaign.
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.
Daniel Byskal, the City of Sarnia’s assistant solicitor and risk manager, says he’s optimistic a recently announced plan by Air Canada to begin using more reliable aircraft at Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport will improve service.
Those who know me well are aware that my interest in any kind of sports is “sketchy.” It’s not that I ever gave up on things, just that when I was growing up, our family just wasn’t into hockey, baseball or any other flavour of competitive sports activities.
This year’s Bluewater Health Foundation gala on Thursday, October 11 will feature Amanda Lindhout as keynote speaker.
In less than three weeks, Sarnia residents will begin the 12-day electronic voting period that ends on Monday, October 22.
it was a great season this year for locally grown produce in Sarnia-Lambton and one example of this was a Tuesday (5 p.m.
Lake Point Grillhouse & Lounge, the six days a week restaurant “rebirthed” at the site of the former Chipican restaurant, is now open for business.
Lambton College officially took the wraps off its Centre of Excellence in Energy & Bio-Industrial Technologies at a Thursday noon-hour celebratory event that included tours of the completely reconfigured facility at the south end of its campus.
The area around Parker Street and Nelson is going to be busy this Saturday, September 22 as Lighthouse Community Church hosts its annual “Smokefest & Carnival” event for the neighbourhood.
This episode of Spotlight is a little “strange” for one key reason.
One of the ways Steeves & Rozema seniors living communities build connections is by inviting local groups and organizations to use their activity rooms to host regular meetings.