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Q and A with Liberal candidate Anne Marie Gillis

Q – eHealth. Wind turbines. ORNGE. The gas plant fiasco. Why should residents vote Liberal after all the scandals of the McGuinty/Wynne years? A -...

Tick Talk: Little beggers bugging you? You ain’t seen nothing yet

Ticks were once so rare they were virtually non-existent in the fields and woods around Sarnia, older residents say. Now, even a short walk in...

Relay for Life‘s lucky 13th

Sarnia’s Relay for Life will be held for a 13th time on Friday the 13th. But it will take money, not luck, to hit this...

Q and A with Libertarian candidate Andrew Falby

Q – Libertarians favour smaller government, lower taxes, and more social and economic freedom. Which of the three is most important to you? A -...

Shoot to thrill: City company makes guns to stun, not kill people

Barry Lamperd swings a grenade launcher to his shoulder, aims and fires. The cloud of tear gas would disperse a rowdy crowd had it been...

Les Miserable coming to Sarnia

Hidden Talents is bringing the musical phenomenon Les Miserables to Sarnia’s Imperial Theatre, June 6 to June 14. Seen here during a recent dress rehearsal...

Q and A with PC candidate Bob Bailey

Q - Leader Tim Hudak says he will create one million jobs but also plans to kill 100,000 government jobs. How do you reconcile...

Another beer show, bartender

The second annual Beer Show takes place in downtown Sarnia at the Bayside Centre on Artwalk weekend, June 6 -7. Craft and independent breweries from...

Food survey says …

What do you eat? Where do you buy it? What should be done to improve access to healthy food? Lambton Public health is conducting a survey to...

RAIL honoured by warden

Rail Advocacy In Lambton (RAIL) has been recognized by Lambton County’s warden as “Citizen of the Month” for its advocacy work to enhance passenger...