The Bi-National Public Advisory Council is concerned about President Donald Trump’s proposed budget cuts.
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Funding for trade corridors was expected in Wednesday’s Federal Budget.
The Lambton Kent District School Board is moving forward with plans to build a new kindergarten to Grade 12 school in the Forest area.
Sarnia councillor Anne-Marie Gillis wants new eyes to review the Sarnia Police Service’s “unfounded” sexual assault cases between 2010 and 2014.
The city has received another significant donation toward the Sarnia Arena Revitalization Project and city council has endorsed the Age-Friendly Sarnia Action Plan.
Plans have been announced to establish an over $40-million dollar seniors campus of care at Sarnia’s former Devine St. school site.
Sarnia Council has taken a significant step forward in implementing telephone and internet voting for the next municipal election in 2018.
The 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge will be commemorated in Sarnia this April.
Theatre Sarnia production of the Willow Quartet will be one of five entries competing in the Western Ontario Drama League Festival this week in Guelph.
Marilyn Gladu, the first female engineer in Canada to be elected as a Member of Parliament, has been named as a “Fellow of Engineers Canada.”