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Jog on

Warmer weather has allows local students to get outside for phys-ed. Here, Grade 11 SCITS students Hayden Gardner, 16, left, and Marcus Saint, 17, make their way along the riverfront in Centennial Park as part of gym class. Glenn Ogilvie

Sarnian wins national hockey title

Barry Wright Marlowe Pecora can call herself a champion. The third-year forward with the University of Western Ontario women’s hockey team had never won a title in her years of minor hockey in the Sarnia Ladies Sting organization, nor during her high school career at Northern Collegiate. But the drought ended when she and her… Read more »

Swing season

It might not be the warmest spring on record but things are slowly improving, says Nicole MacMillan, of Sarnia. Nicole and her children, Caitlyn, 5 and Mason, 2, were at Blackwell Trails playground getting some fresh air and sunshine. Glenn Ogilvie

Case withdraws from race

And then there were two candidates contesting the federal Liberal nomination in Sarnia-Lambton. Veteran county politician Todd Case unexpectedly withdrew from the race last week, leaving former city councillor Elizabeth Wood McDonald and retired high school teacher David McPhail in the running. Case said the national office’s official approval of McPhail’s candidacy was a factor… Read more »

Dunn takes over Point Edward Pacers

Barry Wright There’s been a changing of the guard at the Point Edward Pacers of the Ontario Lacrosse Association Junior “B” Lacrosse League. Randy Dunn has been promoted to head coach following several years of coaching in the Sarnia minor system and a successful playing career that featured a Minto Cup Junior “A” national championship… Read more »

Human trafficking event in Sarnia

Jack Poirier Samantha Nieuwland was a typical eight-year-old ‑ carefree and innocently naïve. But her worldview changed when Scott Forbes of International Justice Mission (IJM) spoke to her church about the issue of human trafficking. As part of a global organization that protects the poor from violence in the developing world, Forbes described work being… Read more »

Radio-Canada airing French cultural celebration in Sarnia

The Francophone community centre on The Rapids Parkway George Mathewson Sarnia’s Francophone community will mark French Week with a community breakfast on March 25, and Radio-Canada is coming to cover it. The CBC French-language affiliate and its Windsor-based morning host Charles Lévesque will broadcast live from the Jolliet Francophone Cultural Centre on The Rapids Parkway,… Read more »

The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

   1.         What is the hardest substance in the human body?  2.         Sponsored by the Sarnia-Lakeshore Optimist Club, a recent event at the library challenged local students to display their skill in what subject? 3.         What substance is processed in a ginnery? 4.         Which street in Sarnia used to be called… Read more »

City holding a park cleanup day

Sarnia has a community cleanup planned to get city parks ready for the warm days ahead. Community groups and service clubs are invited to assemble a crew, pick a park, trail or boulevard they’d like to clean, and register it with Parks and Recreation. Individuals can also join city staff as they spruce up Canatara… Read more »