One component of the party’s platform is investing in the jobs of the future, which party leader Mike Schreiner says were on full display during Wednesday’s tour.
A $2.1-billion pledge to “rebuild” Ontario’s mental health system over the next four years is being welcomed with open arms locally.
Sarnia police are working to establish a more permanent training facility at Lambton Mall.
Men charged following Sarnia police investigation into the trafficking of large quantities of marijuana.
Lambton College in partnership with Lambton Public Health and Leave the Pack Behind is going smoke-free Wednesday.
The Sarnia Historical Society is applauding a proposal to transform the former SCITS high school building on Wellington St. into a multi-use community centre.
Residents are encouraged to place their non-perishable food donations outside the door Saturday, to expedite collection.
Zoning and official plan amendments to allow a retirement community of more than 100 units were approved for the property Monday.
The MOE says the odour was caused by the release of total reduced sulphur compounds.
A handful of protesters have blocked the entrance to Pinery Provincial Park, again.