The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton has put a ribbon on 2018 by recapping the general fundraising campaign at its Annual General Meeting.
The Lambton Kent District School Board has it has notified 111 full-time equivalent teachers of potential staffing changes after news of the provincial government reducing grants to the school board.
A team of enthusiastic riders from the area—Team Cowbell—hosted an inaugural #flushMS fundraising event in Sarnia-Lambton that coincided with April Fools’ Day, raising just over $15,000 for the MS Society of Canada.
- Residents urged not to prune or damage oak trees
- NOVA launches app to help connect expansion workforce
- Public school board issuing mandatory notice of potential staffing changes
- Scholarships now available by application to St. Clair Region Conservation Authority
- Local team supporting MS Society of Canada raises funds with ‘prank it forward’ campaign
- Inmate has died at Sarnia Jail
For the second year in a row, Sarnia residents are being urged not to prune or damage oak trees April through October, to prevent the spread of the oak wilt disease.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority (SCRCA) is currently accepting applications for their 2019 scholarships.
Awards have been handed out at the 14th annual Capstone Engineering Design and Competition at the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park.
LifeLabs celebrated the grand opening of a new collection site in Sarnia on Friday, hosting a ribbon-cutting and celebration inside its facility at 481 London Road.
Earlier this week, representatives of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce made the trip down the 402/401 to Queen’s Park to participate in “Advocacy Day,” an initiative organized by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.
Organizers of the recent CANstruction event at Lambton Mall are calling the popular exhibits put together by local teams of employees throughout the region a rousing success—with more than 55,000 canned and boxed food items that made up the 16 structures.
A research project designed to identify retention challenges faced by international students attending Lambton College has received funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
This year’s CANstruction event is about to hit the halls of Lambton Mall.
Last week’s announcement of a grant from the Transport Canada Airports Capital Assistance Program that will be used to complete improvements at the Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport is an important milestone for Sarnia-Lambton.
Representatives of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce—Board chair Ryan Bell and President and CEO Shirley de Silva—will be heading to the provincial capital next Monday (March 25) to engage with legislators and their staff as part of Advocacy Day 2019.
Supporters of Lambton Centre, a non-profit summer camp in Lambton Shores, will want to take note of a trivia night fundraiser that will take place on April 13, 2019 at the Royal Canadian Legion in Forest.
This past weekend several members of the Bluewater Gymnastics Club were awarded medals at the International Gymnix meet in Montreal, Quebec.
The accolades continue to roll in for Enactus Lambton. The innovative student group, who took home the Enactus World Cup in October, are celebrating another victory after claiming their 7th consecutive Central Canadian Championship for Entrepreneurship.
“WIN this Space,” an initiative of the Sarnia Lambton Business Development Corporation that’s now in its third year, is an opportunity to kickstart entrepreneurship for Lambton County and applications are now open through next Thursday, March 21 at 5 p.m.
News that the City of Sarnia is about to embark on a full-scale review of various regulations in every department, the idea being to reduce or eliminate red tape, is a good start and one to be commended.
The Sarnia Lambton Workforce Development Board, a local organization intent on providing current actionable statistics on trends useful to both employers and job seekers, has produced a report that gives an overview of the emerging bio-industry in the region.
Kathleen Mundy has certainly made her mark in the community, having built a career from the ground up and taken it to heights even she may not have foreseen from her beginnings growing up in Petrolia.