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Lambton College’s 2019 Corks, Caps and Cuisine fundraiser achieved a new benchmark.
Around 3,200 CN Rail workers, including 165 in Sarnia, walked out at midnight Tuesday after the TCRC and the company failed to reach a contract agreement.
The 2019 Christmas tree was lifted into place at Sarnia City Hall Tuesday morning.
Here’s what’s open and closed Remembrance Day Monday November 11, 2019.
The $2.9 million permit at the London Line entertainment centre is for interior renovation of the existing casino game floor and support space.
Provincial police had reported 74 collisions across the region by mid-afternoon.
Environment Canada says parts of the Lake Huron snowbelt could get up to 40 centimetres of snow.
Environment Canada issued a snow squall watch Wednesday afternoon that includes northern and eastern Lambton County.