The Greenbelt committee of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is inviting civic-minded businesses to “Put a Shine on Sarnia-Lambton” through a contest it is holding.
At left, Karen Phibbs, vice chair of Hockey Canada, makes the announcement of Sarnia-Lambton winning a bid to host the 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.
Pictured, from left, are Ken Burchill, Carly Nienhuis, Dr. Jacob Abraham and Cindy Scholten.
This week in Ottawa, Sarnia-Lambton’s Member of Parliament received important information from the Canada Revenue Agency concerning the increasing use of fraudulent communications targeting Canadians.
For the past two years Sarnia Gives has joined volunteer centres across the province in the ChangeTheWorld: Ontario Youth Volunteer Challenge, the goal of which is to get youth involved in their communities and volunteer at least three hours during the campaign.
It’s rare that a private member’s bill makes it to a vote in a legislature—provincial or federal—but Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey has beat the odds with an effort that will become law on Wednesday with Royal Assent.
Pictured are, from left, RAIL executive team members Ed Banninga, Mabel Higgins, Jim Houston, Eileen Viola, and Doug Wilson, member-at-large.
Parents of children who’ve spent their short lives so far dealing with developmental or physical disabilities have always had that nagging thought in the back of their minds: “What will happen next?” That “next” question could be when the parents themselves are unable to provide the support needed or simply when the children “transition” into adulthood.
Executive Director, United Way of Sarnia-Lambton While we reflect on this Thanksgiving weekend, many of us are thankful for so much.
County of Lambton residents are invited to connect with public officials, community leaders, and food system stakeholders at the Food Connections: Building a Sustainable, Local Food System event, Saturday October 19 at the Sarnia Golf and Curling Club.