Judith Morris, president and CEO of Lambton College, has announced her impending retirement from the position.
Maintaining a productive workforce is the key to having sustainable success in business.
When life handed Afton Park Place a gigantic rhubarb plant, the food services team made rhubarb pies.
It’s been a busy summer so far from representatives of Habitat for Humanity Sarnia/Lambton, beginning with a ground turning ceremony at Kettle & Stony Point on June 10 where four homes will eventually be built.
Dear Editor Once again our armed forces have saved us, this time from our blindness to the plight of seniors living in long term care (LTC) homes.
- Sarnia police release second list of ‘Top Ten Most Wanted’
- Enbridge to begin work to replace Line 5 pipeline St. Clair River crossing
- ‘Voices from the Past’: Samuel Smith—sentry, soldier, surveyor, settler
- Sandpiper senior housing goes smoke-free
- Sarnia native getting ready to return from overseas military posting
- Ghosts of Sarnia – Believe or Not Believe?
Tickets for a one night only launch party fundraising event featuring “The Big Cycle of Life” documentary about the Bluewater International Granfondo will take place on Friday, April 17, 2020 at the Imperial Theatre beginning at 7:30 p.m.
FORGE Hydrocarbons Corp (“FORGE”), a Canadian biofuel start-up, has announces an equity investment from Shell Ventures and a follow-on contribution from Valent Low-Carbon Technologies, which will help build a first-of-its-kind $30 million commercial-scale, biofuel production plant in Sombra, Ontario.
One of the first questions we had to pose to Betty Dee Black, the octogeneration who has spent a good long part of her life making Sarnia and what turns out to be a very wide swath of people she’s found herself making relationships with over those many years.
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership is once again offering grants of up to $5,000 to small business owners and entrepreneurs through the Starter Company Plus program.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, which has committed to engaging in constructive dialogue around various issues related to policy and advocacy issues, is extending an invitation to members to be part of this process.
Josh Lines, a member of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce and founder of Front Street Heat and its Top Shelf brand of hot sauce, will be the featured speaker at the Chamber’s Annual General Meeting, which will take place on Wednesday, February 19, 2020.
Lambton County Developmental Services (LCDS), a non-profit service agency committed to providing quality supports for people with developmental disabilities and contributing to our communities throughout the area, is celebrating its 65th anniversary in 2020.
This coming Saturday, February 29, 2020, will mark the third annual testament of sorts by Jeff Wickens, general manager of Hiway Bowl in support of Westover Treatment Centre.
Enbridge Pipelines is beginning a project to replace its Line 5 crude oil pipeline beneath the St.
Help is needed to move more than 30 displays from the Celebration of Lights to their summer storage home at Sandrin Services on a new date two weeks from now—Saturday, Jan.
To provide accurate and timely employment forecasts for business leaders, Express Employment Professionals International Headquarters conducts an ongoing Job Insights survey to track hiring trends across a wide range of industries.
This year the bio-industry received a local boost after Lambton College Research & Innovation announced the receipt of two separate grants totalling $2.75M.
Local Member of Parliament Marilyn Gladu is hoping to replace Andrew Scheer as Conservative leadership as she formally announced her candidacy on Thursday.
It may be the dead of winter in Ontario, but summer arrives early in Toronto with the return of the Toronto International Boat Show.
CLARA AND FRED BERG Every week for over 25 years Clara and Fred have volunteered at Sarnia’s Mission Thrift Store doing everything from interacting with the customers, mopping floors, and sorting through bags of donations, just to name a few.