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Love in the age of aquarium

The keeping and breeding of exotic fish is the raison d’etre of the Sarnia Aquarium Society, a group still going strong after more than...

Little cat stirs big following

A little cat from Sarnia has galvanized people around the world to speak out against animal cruelty. Almost three months after the cat named Joe...

Shipping season has resumed

The 2014 Great Lakes shipping season has resumed after a late start. Here, the Canadian Coast Guard ship Samuel Risley heads south past Port Huron...

Outstanding business achievement awards handed out

Following are the winners of the 2014 Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce OBAs. The awards gala was held at the Imperial Theatre March 28. Congratulations...

City firefighter honoured for charity work

A Sarnia firefighter has been honoured for his “amazing” work with Muscular Dystrophy Canada. Chris Ireland was presented with the Extra Mile Award in Toronto...

City basketball league champs crowned

The Assante Capital Management team has been crowned this year’s champs in the Sarnia Men’s Basketball League. In the final, Assante downed Fuel Factory...

Clara Hughes visit to Sarnia

Six-time Canadian Olympic medalist Clara Hughes visited Sarnia Tuesday after biking 175 kilometres from Windsor, part of Clara’s Big Ride to help eliminate the...

Mom and son busted for drug trafficking

A Sarnia mother and her son have been charged with drug trafficking. City police entered a home in the 200 block of Durand Street Tuesday...

A new twist on local networking

Four professionals want to reinvent networking in Sarnia. Registered social service worker Christy Primmer, Magic realtor Chad Kaplin, financial consultant Tiffany Branton and independent broker...

Painting takes his brushes and easel outdoors

Not even a hurricane can keep J. Allison Robichaud from practising his art. A Canadian landscape painter now living in Sarnia, Robichaud is known for...