Local municipalities and industry leaders are being asked to share the cost of a pricey promotional ad.
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Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley’s assessment of a meeting Thursday with Deb Matthews is far from positive.
Lonny Napper is voicing concerns with Ontario’s Transport Minister over the condition of a section of Hwy. 402.
Sarnia’s deputy clerk Brad Loosely is retiring. City Council thanked hime for his years of service.
Sarnia Council has received the remediation strategy plan and park concept plans for Centennial Park.
The Sarnia Hockey Association decision making delayed for a minimum of one year.
City Councillor Terry Burrell wants the Attorney General of Ontario to review local serious cases.
Sarnia Harbour will soon be run by the city.
A transportation heavy agenda for Sarnia Council this afternoon.
“Get Around,” a draft Transportation and Public Transit Master Plan will be presented to Sarnia council Monday.