Bluewater Health has found itself in a ranking of the top 50 hospitals in Canada, according to a recent list developed by Statista Inc.
The Energy Efficient Eagles, a group of students at Errol Village Public School in Camlachie, has won a $2,500 prize plus a $500 charitable donation to the Sarnia and District Humane Society in a contest designed to demonstrate energy conservation.
A greatly expanded suite of services at the newly renovated medical building at 481 London Road in Sarnia is receiving kudos in the community for its ability to reduce the burden on the emergency department at Bluewater Health.
It was mid-1992 when the original founders of Langtree Controls—Noel Lambe, Jonathan Wong, and Wes Trevail—first exercised their collective vision for a different approach to providing service related to the controls business in Sarnia’s Chemical Valley.
When dozens of participants gather at the Suncor Agora in Centennial Park this Sunday for the IG Wealth Management “Walk for Alzheimer’s” it will be for a very good cause.
- Newly renovated space makes Bluewater Medical Clinic a reality
- Four women entrepreneurs are victorious in ‘WIN this Space’ competition
- Delivering client value
- Walk for Alzheimer’s event takes place this Sunday
- Camlachie classroom wins contest designed to promote energy conservation
- The somewhat ‘circular’ story of Brad Loosley
Change is in the air for Sarnia-Lambton Rebound, the local organization whose mission continues to be a caring partner in the successful development of youth in the area.
When people talk about engineering, especially if they life in Sarnia-Lambton, there’s a better than average chance that they actually know someone who’s actually an engineer, a member of the Professional Engineers Ontario, the licensing and regulating body in the province.
We last spoke with Nathan Colquhoun about two years ago, when the (still) young entrepreneur had, with a few friends, started Refined Fool, a craft brewing operation with a location on Davis Street.
Kevin and Melissa Forbes, along with their four children, are now “starring” in a commercial produced for Dairy Farmers of Ontario.
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.
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.
Tourism Sarnia-Lambton is partnering with Ontario South West, the regional tourism office, in providing a workshop event designed to help deliver customized experiences to our visitors.
With a recent Ontario government announcement that new legislation intended to cut unwanted reguilations, also known as “red tape,” the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is open to hearing from members with specific stories about how they are impacted by needless bureaucracy.
NOVA Chemicals reached out to the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce to help launch FinditLambton, a combined website and smartphone app that will help the 800-1000 construction workforce involved in its $2.2 billion expansion connect with local businesses.
Twin Lakes Village and the Sarnia Library launched a partnership in March to help the seniors-living community’s residents access books.
Jenny Greensmith, the long-serving executive director of Pathways Health Centre for Children, has announced her retirement from the organization later this year.
Goodwill Industries Essex Kent Lambton, the organization with headquarters in Sarnia-Lambton, is merging with its neighbour to the east—Goodwill Ontario Great Lakes—in an organizational move that has been approved by both boards.
Michigan’s newly-elected Democratic governor has issued an executive order halting work on any plans for an underwater tunnel that the state’s outgoing administration had proposed before last November’s election.