A four-day regional gathering of Anishinaabek clan families continues through the weekend at Pinery Provincial Park.
Sarnia’s City Works crews were responding to a large downed tree on Talfourd St. near Stuart St. in the city’s southend Thursday.
Police say it happened just before noon between London Line and Nauvoo Rd. in Warwick Township.
About 40 players will be at Sarnia Legionnaires main camp, taking place this weekend at Progressive Auto Sales Arena.
Sarnia residents have the chance to see major upgrades at Sarnia Arena, while rocking out to local music.
Phase two of a $15-million-plus, five-year, redevelopment of the London Rd. Shopping Centre is getting underway.
Ontario’s rich agricultural history is on display at the 61st annual Western Ontario Steam Threshers Show.
Ontario’s PC Government cancelled curriculum writing sessions this summer.
Errnol Gray was a band councillor for more than 40 years, and had just been re-elected to another two-year term in June.
Kin Canada’s 98th national convention is expected to boost the local economy by about a quarter of a million dollars.