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Artwalk ups its game

Sarnia’s downtown is gearing up for the biggest Artwalk ever the weekend of June 7 and 8. So many vendors have registered that the “overflow”...

Styles of two chefs blend at Dockside

Brian Vickery approaches cooking with 18 years of experience as a Red Seal chef and the influence of his world travels. Andrew McNaughton approaches cooking...

What’s Happening, Week of May 29

What’s Happening events must be open to the public, of general public interest, 60 words or less, and received at least two weeks prior...

Falby wants less government

Andrew Falby wears his party’s principles like a pair of old, comfortable shoes. The Libertarian Party of Ontario favours smaller government, lower taxes and more...

List of all-candidate debates

A list of all-candidate debates in Sarnia-Lambton open to the general public   Thursday, May 29 - Social Services Debate -Royal Canadian Legion Hall in Sarnia,...

Successful Mother’s Day walk

About 150 participants raised $14,000 during the Breast Cancer Society’s Mother’s Day walk in Canatara Park on May 11. The money will help support London’s...

Gillis proud to be a Liberal

Anne Marie Gillis has never been afraid to wave the Liberal banner, regardless of public approval ratings at any given time. Aware that the provincial...

A store for breast cancer survivors

Sarnia’s Christine Yurchuk lost three loved ones to cancer in just six years. The deaths of her mom, her father-in-law and then her brother-in-law left...

Saying goodbye to Temple Christian Academy

A ceremony is being held to mark the closing of Temple Christian Academy. The private school at Temple Baptist Church is shutting its doors after...

Shaw wants to rebuild public trust in political process

Though the June 12 provincial election will be the first time Kevin Shaw's name appears on a ballot, he has always had a keen...