Ken MacAlpine is one busy guy with the organization of the Bluewater International Granfondo, which will be held Sunday, August 6.
Perhaps one of the most amazing things that has occurred in the first century of Bluewater Power’s existence has to do with the most basic components of the electrical utility that is owned by taxpayers in Sarnia, Point Edward, Petrolia, Brooke-Alvinston, Oil Springs, and Warwick.
There was a time when the annual science fair was a part of the calendar at every school, but those days are long gone.
Is there a sheep rustler in your family? A stage coach robber?
It’s been a challenge. A delight. And a lot of work.
In the first of what is expected to be a regular “report” from the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce to appear in Lambton Shield, President and CEO Rory Ring has expressed concerns over the transparency of the Ontario government as it applies to its sale of public assets, specifically shares of Hydro One, which the Liberal government says it will use to pay for infrastructure improvements.
The reality is that it doesn’t always take a lot of effort to remove a barrier to business.
Sarnia-Lambton communities, including the City of Sarnia and the County of Lambton, will receive a total of $6.67 million during 2015 as part of the Gas Tax Fund, the first installment of which has been released.
Some seven community projects throughout Sarnia-Lambton will be receiving up to $458,790 in federal funding as part of the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.
The Village of Oil Springs is receiving a total of $29,800 in funding for two projects under the Building Communities Through Arts and Heritage (BCAH) program.