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Sarnia ponders new indoor recreational facility

Journal Staff Building a new indoor recreational facility in Sarnia should be a high priority for council. So say 94% of the more than 800 residents who responded to a recent feasibility study survey. High priorities identified include an indoor field for soccer, football and baseball, an indoor walking track, and meeting rooms and activity… Read more »

Traffic lights approved for Cathcart Boulevard

Journal Staff City council has approved traffic lights for two notorious intersections. Cathcart Boulevard at Indian Road and Cathcart at Murphy Road have seen numerous collisions, including one that killed ten-year-old Jillian Keck in 2013, and another in 2020 that left Sarnia resident Janette Riddell with a brain injury. Despite two elementary schools in the… Read more »

Q&A with Lois Nantais, Liberal Party

Q1: The climate crisis and changing attitudes globally have put fossil fuels in the crosshairs. Any ideas on transitioning the Sarnia-Lambton economy to one less reliant on oil and gas? NANTAIS: I’ve been involved with Lambton College’s Research Centre, which is forward-thinking and highly collaborative. That experience tends to bring me tremendous faith in the… Read more »

Q&A with Tom Laird, Christian Heritage

Q1: The climate crisis and changing attitudes globally have put fossil fuels in the crosshairs. Any ideas on transitioning the Sarnia-Lambton economy to one less reliant on oil and gas? LAIRD: The Canadian Federal government needs to continue R&D required for transitioning to renewable energy sources such as bio fuels, etc. But Canada, and Sarnia-Lambton… Read more »