The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – In TV and in literature, Chuckles, Krusty, Oopsy and Pennywise are names of what? 2 – A team of students from what high school is showcasing its energy efficient vehicle at the Shell Eco-marathon competition in California this week? 3 – On which street was the New York Stock Exchange established? 4 –… Read more »

Sarnia to host annual festival of inspirational sacred music

Journal Staff A festival of inspirational sacred music that originated in Sarnia 34 years ago is returning to where it all began on April 21. The Festival of Praise will be hosted by Sarnia’s own Sursum Corda Choir and feature the music of five Ontario male Christian choirs, including those from St. Thomas, Woodstock, Chatham-Kent… Read more »

Recreational pot growing to begin in Sarnia-Lambton next week

George Mathewson The company that started a medical marijuana grow-op near Petrolia is branching out into some “Lambton County Gold” for the adult fun market. A new subsidiary of Tilray Inc., High Park Farms, has been granted a federal licence to grow recreational marijuana at its greenhouse operation in Enniskillen Township. The company said it… Read more »

Letters: week of April 19

Millions of children have been lost to abortion Sir: Many babies have died in our local hospital, yet this never makes the papers. These babies never had their pictures in the local obituaries. No parents wrote loving tributes to a tiny life. These babies were not even given the dignity of a name. They were… Read more »

City still gathering input on Colborne Road bike lane plan

Troy Shantz Adding more bike paths could go a long way to helping staunch population loss in Sarnia, an expert says. “People want to be able to explore their community safely by walking or cycling, and I think communities that aren’t catering to that are going to largely get left behind,” said Justin Jones, manager… Read more »

What’s Happening: week of April 19

What’s happening events must be open to the public, of general interest, 60 words or less, and received at least two weeks prior to the event. Please include ticket prices, if any, and a phone number or website where readers can obtain more information. Email notices to   Thursday, April 19   Red Dot… Read more »