If you love Canadian music, then be in Grand Bend on Wednesday, August 15.
The Sarnia Sting Hockey Club, the Ontario Hockey League franchise that is celebrating its 25th year in the upcoming season, is partnering with Imperial, one of the nation’s most visible resource-based firms and a significant industry player in the Sting’s hometown.
Ontario’s new provincial government can balance the budget and even cut taxes, but it will require a focus on spending discipline, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.
- Officials issue ‘warning’ ahead of Sunday’s float down
- Special VIA Rail event celebrating 40th anniversary taking place next Saturday
- Project to take down former Sarnia General Hospital facility continues
- Looking ahead as the election sirens begin to wail
- Safe event made possible at least in part by ‘cautionary notes’ from watching officials
- Urologist from Rwanda is visiting Bluewater Health
When it comes to the excitement that involves swift-flowing water from Lake Huron down the St.
It all began in the summer of 1984 when a band from Newmarket, Ontario called Tokyo spent two evenings opening for Boy George and Culture Club at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens.
Eight years ago this month, I was working on plans to launch the digital media site you’re reading now.
Elizabeth Fry, an American solo swimmer from Connecticut, earned a second notch (Lake Huron) toward her goal of swimming all five Great Lakes with the weekend’s swim from Port Sanilac, Mich., coming ashore on the Port Franks, Ont., beach early Saturday afternoon.
Besides salary, benefits offered by employers are among the top factors job seekers consider when choosing a company to work for.
Sarnia’s downtown Federal Building is now the Jack ‘Bud’ Cullen Building after a Friday noon hour dedication ceremony that was attended by numerous friends and supporters.
The City of Sarnia will be hiring approximately 65 election workers for the 2018 municipal election.
Each year an unsanctioned “Float Down” from the U.S. side of the St.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce has updated its Municipal Election 2018 page to include important dates, resources and official lists of candidates throughout the area.
Bring your family and join a local artist at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery this Sunday, August 12, 2018 from 1:00-3:00PM for Family Sunday: Yarn Bomb!
The Parks and Recreation Department, in collaboration with Communities in Bloom, has made significant improvements to Veteran’s Park, including a new park sign.
An argument that owning the land on which Bayside Mall rests will make it easier for Seasons Retirement Communities to secure any necessary financing for a $40 million investment has been won—leading to the $1 million sale of the downtown property.
With a new government now in place, officials from the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) have written to each provincial Cabinet minister, outlining a blueprint to execute over the next four years that will help make Ontario open for business.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce recently co-hosted an informal “roundtable” of local business representatives organized to provide input on business issues to two Federal Opposition Members of Parliament, including Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen and Sarnia-Lambton MP Marilyn Gladu.
Elizabeth Fry, a competitive open water swimmer who has already crossed Lake Ontario (in September 2017) and hopes to cross Lake Huron later this month, is looking for some specific help as she prepares for her swim.
For several weeks, every Wednesday night, more than 150 cyclists have been training/practising for this Sunday’s (August 5) Bluewater International Granfondo event.
Just after 3 a.m. Wednesday, August 1, 2018, the Canadian Coast Guard’s Inshore Rescue Boat crew stationed on the St.