For an 11th consecutive week, no warning signs are posted at Lake Huron beaches.
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A plan is in place to handle any Americans or possible asylum seekers who land in Canada during Sunday’s Port Huron Float Down.
A B.C. based company has announced plans to convert the Enniskillen Pepper Company property into a medical marijuana facility, potentially creating hundreds of jobs.
The branch was shut down Tuesday after a vehicle accelerated into the front of the building just as it was opening around 9:30am.
Enforcement of this Sunday’s unsanctioned event will be unified and stern in the interest of public safety.
City hall issued 58 building permits worth just over $7-million in July.
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership is seeking public input into the development of its next strategic plan.
The owner of The Growling Gator restaurant is building a mixed use commercial and residential structure, on the north side of Main St. in Grand Bend.
No warning signs are posted this week, continuing this summer’s trend.
A severe thunderstorm watch posted for Sarnia-Lambton early Friday afternoon has now ended.