The Executive Director of the Western University Sarnia-Lambton Research Park will retire by the end of this year after nearly four years on the job.
Sarnia is studying the pros and cons of implementing a community improvement plan aiming to help small and medium sized businesses expand after a motion passed at a July 31 council meeting.
Jessica and Lamar Hanna, owners of the Centrepoint IDA Pharmacy, had low expectations when they learned the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce nominated their business for the Small Business of the Year award.
VIP Rail, a short-line rail business, has changed hands, the result of a structured buy-out of one of its founders.
The Ontario Ministry of Labour, through Workplace Safety & Prevention Services, wants to help businesses protect their workers from noise.
S2G BioChem, a Vancouver company, has announced it has started work on the company’s first standalone biorefinery demonstration plant it intends to build in Sarnia.
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce is reaching out to its network, including members of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, with its Spring Survey, a yearly opportunity to seek out opinions throughout the province.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) has sent a letter to Premier Kathleen Wynne recommending that an economic analysis take place before changes are made to Ontario’s Labour Relations Act (LRA) and the Employment Standards Act (ESA), including the introduction of a $15 minimum wage.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is looking for a full-time Manager of Member Experience and Retention.
Jasmyn Newton is arguably one of the most “connected” people in Sarnia-Lambton and Lambton Shield was delighted she agreed to sit down with Editor J.D.