About 150 people gathered under sunny skies on the steps of city hall.
The first of four advance polling days for the October 27 municipal election is Saturday.
The provincial force will now be sending time sensitive information via Twitter
The National Energy Board is concerned that the company has not installed valves on all pipelines at major water crossings.
It’s Thanksgiving, and that means it’s time for the Brigden Fall Fair!
The Transportation Ministry says there are more collisions on the concrete portion of the 402, but do not attribute it to the difference in road surface.
Industry leaders made a pitch for development of an estimated $10-billion bitumen upgrader refinery in Sarnia-Lambton.
The 8th annual Stand Up Against Poverty Rally will be held at City Hall today.
The Sarnia Legionnaires are now 10-0-0 after beating LaSalle 4-2.
Traffic was restricted in the Murphy Rd. Exmouth St. area Thursday afternoon