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CARP gives Boomers new vision of aging

Sarnia is an aging community. The median age is 44.8 years, meaning half of Sarnians are older and half are younger. That’s four years above...

Older drivers facing new licence test

Charges are coming on April 21 to the driving test that Ontarians must take after turning 80. Under the current program, octogenarians must, every two...

A sneak peek of glorious spring

As winter rages outside, a pair of Sarnia gardeners are working seven days a week to ensure Sarnia looks terrific year round. Thousands of...

Sustainability Conference

A free half-day conference will be held in Sarnia on April 24 to highlight the work being done in Sarnia-Lambton to make it a...

Tanker truck load of oil pulled from Canatara Park

So much oil is trying to enter Lake Chipican from a leaking landfill site that city hall wants to train staff for a new...

Sculptures on loan still hanging around

Seven pieces of outdoor street art arrived in Sarnia’s in 2010, sparking an outburst of praise and derision from would-be art critics. The sculptures were...

Tree clearing leaves Point Edward stumped

  POINT EDWARD - Several acres of wooded waterfront property have been cleared, leaving residents “stumped” about what’s in store for the land north of...

Sarnia booster has ‘positively positive’ outlook

If the City of Sarnia had a cheerleading squad Michele Dionne would be its captain. The mother of three, businesswoman and driving force behind SarniaRocks...

Open house for Dick Kirkland

An open house will be held in honour of long time former Mayor Dick Kirkland who stepped down in November for health reasons. Kirkland’s political...

Five concerts in support of Noelle’s Gift

The third act in a five-part winter concert series in support of Noelle’s Gift is ready to take the stage. The four-man band Rumblefish brings...