Experience the Homage: Donald Stuart exhibition at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery during the Red Dot Tour this Thursday, June 14 at 7:00PM.
This weekend is the first official weekend of summer. Although the Weather Network is calling for a little rain, don’t let that keep you inside!
In a continued effort to provide students with flexible learning opportunities, Lambton College is now piloting a new pathway for technology graduates to pursue a degree through a partnership with Nipissing University.
- New paediatrician joins professional staff at Bluewater Health
- Five things to do this weekend
- Western students come out winners in Capstone Design Competition in Sarnia
- ‘Raising minimum wage will do little to reduce poverty’
- One of the area’s most experienced Realtors talks about his journey
- Bluewater Health ‘high performer’ when it comes to stroke care
Bluewater Health officials say the organization is leading the province again in two key indicators on the 2018 Ontario Stroke Report Card released in June, demonstrating quality care for stroke patients in Sarnia-Lambton.
The Judith & Alix Norman Art Gallery knows you have a crew you roll with.
It wasn’t much of a surprise last Thursday (at least for some of us) when Ontario voters decided the “best before” date on the incumbent party had expired.
A lack of contractors available to work on the new site of Great Lakes Secondary School is being blamed for a delay in the project to renovate the former St.
When entrepreneurs begin talking about how their story has unfolded, it’s not uncommon for the challenge that comes with finding a focus for the business to be a key element.
Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey was re-elected in Thursday’s Ontario election, defeating his nearest competitor NDP nominee Kathy Alexander.
The Weather Network is calling for a few showers this weekend, but don’t let that dampen your fun.
Bluewater Health officials say the organization is embarking on an innovative care model with local First Nations communities to meet Indigenous health needs.
It will be a great night on Wednesday, June 20 and the place to be is Big Fish, one of the more popular restaurants known for its seafood (naturally) and steak.
As the heat of Sarnia-Lambton’s summer hits, there’s another season in full swing, that being nominations for this year’s Outstanding Business Achievement Awards.
Join a local artist at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery this Sunday, June 10, 2018 from 1:00-3:00PM for Zentangle Landscapes!
Every four years in Ontario, voters have an opportunity to choose their representative at Queen’s Park, and by extension, who will govern the province.
Officials from Grand Bend Motorplex announced a new partnership with Tourism Sarnia-Lambton and specifically the Cruise the Coast initiative.
Employees at Lambton Elderly Outreach, located in Reeces Corners (corner of London Line and Oil Heritage Road), have taken the initiative in planting a garden on the property.
I’m a great believer in serendipitous moments and one of those occurred last week when I bumped into a previous Spotlight podcast guest—Tara Duff Cloes, who owns John Duff Ltd.
Winter storms can be hard on your home. Gusty winds, driving rain and icy temperatures can combine to damage roofs, siding, windows and doors.
This image was taken by astronaut Drew Feustel, who hails from Michigan but carries dual Canadian/U.S.