Lambton’s Creative County Fund is advancing a total of $50,900 to 10 locally-based cultural, arts, and heritage projects through its 2015 intake.
Sarnia-Lambton’s Member of Parliament says changes made by the federal government to address needs of Canadian Veterans should prove to make a difference to residents who have served in the Canadian military.
A daffodil is a symbol of strength and courage especially when it comes the the fight against cancer.
Lambton’s Medical Officer of Health has issued a COLD WEATHER ALERT for Lambton County based on the latest forecast from Environment Canada.
A $107,352 damage ruling against the County of Lambton won’t be appealed by the County’s insurance company.
While John Lambton has few fans in French Canada—largely because of his assimilation policies in the 1830s—the First Earl of Durham, British North America’s high commissioner is respected for encouraging responsible government.
The top prize for a new volunteer recognition program is bound to generate interest in a celebration of volunteerism that honours Canada’s second prime minister.
Norm Lamoureux is convinced the problem with the area 211 system isn’t the technology that allows someone to call those three digits on a telephone to connect for information on social, health and government services in the area.
Bluewater Health plans to work with an outside consultant to conduct what’s being called a “rapid diagnostic” of the core services of its hospitals.
Anne Marie Gillis, who as a Sarnia City/County Councillor, sits on both legislative bodies, has a third position now that she’s been elected a board member of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.