Canada - The Observer (Sarnia)
Saturday - 15th December, 2018
Coach’s fate in judge’s hands
SARNIA — The close relationship between coach and protege has been under the microscope in a Lambt...
Friday - 14th December, 2018
Sarnia disputes inclusion on Top 10 hate crimes list
Sarnia residents are disputing a Maclean’s article calling the border city one of Canada’s 10 wo...
Thursday - 13th December, 2018
No room at the inns in Sarnia
Eighteen months ago, one of the homeless shelters in Sarnia averaged nine to 10 empty beds a night, ...
Wednesday - 12th December, 2018
Tractor trailers tangle in 401 crossover
CHATHAM — No one was seriously hurt, but a median crossover crash involving three transport trucks...
Tuesday - 11th December, 2018
Association pitched to market downtown
A Sarnia realtor is pushing for downtown property owners to put their tax dollars to work marketing ...
Saturday - 8th December, 2018
Program aims to get natural gas service to rural areas
LOUIS PIN Thousands of rural and northern Ontario residents could soon have a more affordab...
Friday - 7th December, 2018
Sarnia remembers victims of 1989 Montreal Massacre
PAUL MORDEN The names of 14 women murdered at the 1989 Montreal Massacre, along with the na...
Thursday - 6th December, 2018
Habitat celebrating firsts
Habitat for Humanity SarniaLambton is set to celebrate “a whole bunch of firsts” Thursday, says ...
Wednesday - 5th December, 2018
CHRISTMAS IN BLOOM
Ian Praill checks one of approximately 11,000 poinsettia plants grown this season at Praill’s Gree...
Tuesday - 4th December, 2018
Sarnia’s mayor was conciliatory and hopeful Monday as Sarnia’s newest council took its oath of o...
Saturday - 1st December, 2018
Friendly communities share quirky borders
TYLER KULA Max Williams remembers years ago the Sarnia Golf and Curling Club wanted a build...
Friday - 30th November, 2018
YUP, THAT’S TIGHT
Grant Eddie, 3, and his brother Lucas, 5, check the resistance on a Point Edward fire hydrant. Envir...
Thursday - 29th November, 2018
Casino reno a ‘super job’
Customers were centred out for special thanks Wednesday during the the official reopening of the ren...
Wednesday - 28th November, 2018
Pathways launches $1.6M drive
Amelia Schalk-Molson travels from Brooke Township with her family for weekly therapy sessions in the...
Tuesday - 27th November, 2018
BUTTON MASHING FOR CHARITY
Max Major, left, reacts as he plays Soulcalibur VI against Darryl Heater Saturday. Joined by Shaun H...
Saturday - 24th November, 2018
TYLER KULA The presentation of YMCA peace medallions is familiar territory for Vera Lawler....
Friday - 23rd November, 2018
City loses a champion
Sarnia has lost a quiet champion. John Rozema, co-founder of the Steeves and Rozema Group a...
Thursday - 22nd November, 2018
Being age-friendly is social, professor says
When it comes to aging, one of the most important things is staying connected. Ellen Ryan, ...
Wednesday - 21st November, 2018
Tuesday - 20th November, 2018
Let there be 500,000 lights
A small army of volunteers assembled in Centennial Park on the weekend to help plug in the Celebrati...
Saturday - 17th November, 2018
Widow grateful for Sarnia hospice
PAUL MORDEN Donna Jones says she can never repay St. Joseph’s Hospice for all it has done...
Friday - 16th November, 2018
Corn farms face big toxin hit
LOUIS PIN Ontario corn farmers are turning to the provincial government for help in dealing...
Thursday - 15th November, 2018
STUDENTS LEND A HAND
Brandon Legrand, a Grade 12 student, is part of a crew of volunteers from Alexander Mackenzie Second...
Wednesday - 14th November, 2018
Church embraces new role
The congregation at Huron Shores United Church in Grand Bend is home and the welcome mat is out.&...
Tuesday - 13th November, 2018
Demolition nearly complete
The final section of the former Sarnia General Hospital was coming down as members of Gfive Inc. gat...
Monday - 12th November, 2018
Sarnia remembers the fallen
LOUIS PIN They worried no one would come to the Remembrance Day parade, one marking the 100...
Saturday - 10th November, 2018
Noelle’s Gift aids nutrition programs at Lambton County schools
PAUL MORDEN A $28,000 donation from Noelle’s Gift will help fuel learning for nearly 8,50...
Friday - 9th November, 2018
Big push for a little boy
Ben Buzzell was born in Sarnia in February 2008. In terms of timing, it was terrible luck. ...
Thursday - 8th November, 2018
Pipeline in jeopardy?
LOUIS PIN One of Sarnia’s Chemical Valley companies is bracing for a challenge following ...
Wednesday - 7th November, 2018
Sticking with the issue
A sticker an outgoing city councillor started wearing as part of her campaign for mayor, and has con...
Tuesday - 6th November, 2018
Only children can Christmas shop at this store
The Children Secret Santa Shoppe is getting ready for this year’s opening day at Pathways Health C...
Monday - 5th November, 2018
Soldiers remembered in Point Edward
Poppies on lapels; pipes on the wind. Dozens of people gathered in Point Edward Sunday for ...
Saturday - 3rd November, 2018
Premier backs detox centre
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said Friday in Sarnia he will work with Health Minister Christina Elliott ...
Friday - 2nd November, 2018
Sarnia Artwalk’s away for 2019
One of Sarnia’s longest-running downtown summer festivals will take a year off in 2019, Sarnia Art...
Thursday - 1st November, 2018
UNDEAD CAN DANCE, TOO
Grade 6-8 pupils at High Park elementary dress up for a zombie dance at a school assembly Wednesday....
Wednesday - 31st October, 2018
Speed can save lives when stroke strikes
Ted St. Germain points to a small mark on his left wrist where doctors in London used a scope throug...
Tuesday - 30th October, 2018
CHECKING OUT THE GUINEA PIGS
Victoria Kappel, 3, and her mom, Darcy, check out the guinea pigs at the Seaway Kiwanis Children&...
Monday - 29th October, 2018
Community comes together to transform Veterans Park
Veterans Park has been transformed by volunteers, city employees, veterans, and community and servic...
Saturday - 27th October, 2018
Sale of BioAmber plant fetches just $4.34M
Sarnia’s idle BioAmber plant, which opened in 2015 and cost $140 million to build, has been sold f...
Friday - 26th October, 2018
Slots returning to track
Slot machines are set to return to Sarnia’s Hiawatha Horse Park. Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob B...
Thursday - 25th October, 2018
Coach denies sex intent
Arrested, charged and humiliated, former national gymnastics coach David Brubaker sat across from a ...
Wednesday - 24th October, 2018
Twist in coach’s sex trial
She was a little girl in a small Ontario city with a big Olympic dream. And she was good, competing ...
Tuesday - 23rd October, 2018
Sarnia sticks with Bradley
After 30 years with Mike Bradley as mayor, voters in Sarnia say they want four more. The se...
Monday - 22nd October, 2018
Recent survey results from the Canadian Medical Association that one quarter of physicians experienc...
Saturday - 20th October, 2018
Another link in Chain of Caring
The Chain of Caring by southend high schoolers is unbroken for at least one more year. Grea...
Friday - 19th October, 2018
College athletics facility feted
TYLER KULA Lambton College has a big new gym — part of a big new athletics facility — a...
Thursday - 18th October, 2018
Sanctions illegal, Boushy argues
A veteran city councillor and ally to Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley is arguing sanctions imposed on Brad...
Wednesday - 17th October, 2018
Canada’s pot ban goes up in smoke, but past weed convictions linger
Mike McDowell last visited the United States 18 years ago. It was for work, training in Chicago.&...
Tuesday - 16th October, 2018
Siren system in line for upgrades
Sirens from Point Edward south to St. Clair Township were blasting Sept. 25 as a tornado warning gri...
Monday - 15th October, 2018
Tense standoff at woodland review
Anger and frustration bled through a crowded development input session Saturday morning, the latest ...
Saturday - 13th October, 2018
Electronic voting worries seniors
LOUIS PIN Sarnia voters will be cast their ballots over the 10 days, but one of the most re...
Friday - 12th October, 2018
Early sign of success for vote
Turnout at city hall for the first day of Sarnia’s municipal election vote was slower than expecte...
Thursday - 11th October, 2018
STILL MAKING WAVES
Dave Sandford, of London, caused a sensation on social media when he started photographing stormy La...
Wednesday - 10th October, 2018
Hand-dug trenches all part of remembering
Eight fire trenches will be handdug near Petrolia and filled with army cadets in late October during...
Tuesday - 9th October, 2018
4-H veteran juggles crown and sheep showing
Brigden Fair Ambassador Eve Pettit had some farm business to attend to Saturday before putting on he...
Saturday - 6th October, 2018
It’s common to hear people say those who rely on social assistance are too lazy to get a job, and ...
Friday - 5th October, 2018
MADD spotlights local tragedy
Cody Andrews’ parents and sister pulled a blue sheet off the back of a transport tanker trailer Th...
Thursday - 4th October, 2018
New contract talks set for Lambton paramedics
More than a dozen unionized paramedics wearing matching purple T-shirts sat in the public gallery at...
Wednesday - 3rd October, 2018
Where the sidewalk ends
Exmouth Street sidewalks end where the Sarnia roadway pushes into London Line. From there, ...
Tuesday - 2nd October, 2018
Can Bradley win again?
One question Sarnia’s mayoral election should answer is whether support for the city’s long-serv...
Monday - 1st October, 2018
Const. Jack Lewis gets his due
Crowds of people, including roughly 100 relatives of Const. John “Jack” Lewis, weathered cold te...
Saturday - 29th September, 2018
Turbine fight still on
Frustrated by what they say are thousands of unreported bird and bat deaths, activists are calling f...
Friday - 28th September, 2018
Candidates push police, mental health partnership
A push for a partnership between Sarnia Police and mental-health workers got a boost Thursday when M...
Thursday - 27th September, 2018
Lucky, Clover spotted stars of the fire hall
Sarnia’s “unofficial” firehouse dalmatians are a hit. Lucky and Clover are owned by f...
Wednesday - 26th September, 2018
Church for sale, seeks developer
One of Sarnia’s oldest churches is for sale to the right buyer — one that will keep the congrega...
Tuesday - 25th September, 2018
Marking a dark chapter
It was a group of students that asked for Orange Shirt Day — held annually on Sept. 30 to commemor...
Monday - 24th September, 2018
Abuse survivor aims to reopen her case
Irene Deschenes watched her former parish priest, her abuser, be led from a Chatham courtroom in dis...
Saturday - 22nd September, 2018
MAKING HER MARK
Grace Leblanc-McCabe, 10, adds a heart to chalk messages written on the sidewalk Thursday evening at...
Friday - 21st September, 2018
New centre ‘impressive’
Thursday’s official opening of a $14.2-million Centre of Excellence in Energy and Bio-Industrial T...
Thursday - 20th September, 2018
Big farm machines, bigger price tags
CHATHAM — While you might see horse-drawn plowing competitions at the International Plowing Match ...
Wednesday - 19th September, 2018
Farm belt gives Ford rock star treatment
PAIN COURT — Forget walking softly and carrying a big stick. Think thunderous steps and t...
Tuesday - 18th September, 2018
Sewing dignity for women in Guatemala
TYLER KULA A group of locals say they’re stitching together dignity for women in Guatemal...
Monday - 17th September, 2018
Peggy Jenkins, founder of Heaven's Wildlife Rescue, holds Emma, an opossum educational anima...
Saturday - 15th September, 2018
Tree climbers competing in Canatara Park
TYLER KULA Sarnia’s Peter de Vries is going way up against Ontario’s best Saturday, cli...
Friday - 14th September, 2018
Dream home lotto goes big
The 2019 Dream Home is the largest so far for the Bluewater Health Foundation. Executive di...
Thursday - 13th September, 2018
Work noise riles residents
Sarnia city council this week said 5 a.m. was too early for a company building a riverside apartment...
Wednesday - 12th September, 2018
Differing visions for mayor
The two front-runners for mayor in Sarnia’s municipal election have decidedly different outlooks o...
Tuesday - 11th September, 2018
One more run at cancer
For Sue Hamill, the strength of Terry Fox is an inspiration. “Every time I read about him...
Monday - 10th September, 2018
Waterworks opening soon
A big hole in Waterworks Road was being filled in last week but another was expected to appear close...
Saturday - 8th September, 2018
Corridor plan rolls ahead
Backers of a proposal to create a dedicated road corridor to move oversized loads of industrial vess...
Friday - 7th September, 2018
Young Sarnia artist featured in new exhibition
A summer job led to work by student artist Blair Tate being included in an exhibition opening tonigh...
Thursday - 6th September, 2018
Lambton College grows
Lambton College opened twothirds of its $47-million expansion this week as it welcomed 3,300 fulltim...
Wednesday - 5th September, 2018
Sweating back to school
The new school year had a hot start in Sarnia and Lambton County, with the humidex reaching near or ...
Tuesday - 4th September, 2018
Solidarity on display
Amy Peters looked on Monday as union labourers marched through Sarnia’s streets. She’s ...
Saturday - 1st September, 2018
Burn victim hopes to share her story
Noelle Frank wants to spare others the pain that entered her life more than a year ago. The...
Friday - 31st August, 2018
BioAmber plant draws 11 bids
A total of 11 bids were submitted for BioAmber’s Sarnia plant as part of a court-supervised liquid...
Thursday - 30th August, 2018
Blenheim wife-killer denied day parole
ELLWOOD SHREVE CHATHAM — A Blenheim man, convicted of manslaughter in the death of his co...
Wednesday - 29th August, 2018
Help for high school newbies
A new crew of Northern Collegiate Vikings were welcomed a week before classes began by mentors weari...
Tuesday - 28th August, 2018
SWO could benefit from NAFTA auto proposals
After months of uncertainty, the pain of the prolonged NAFTA talks looks likely to turn into gains f...
Monday - 27th August, 2018
Sarnia still waiting for more passenger trains
VIA Rail brought another train to Sarnia Saturday, for just a day, to celebrate the national passeng...
Saturday - 25th August, 2018
Sarnia loses bio-plant
S2G BioChem is the one that got away. In June 2017, the British Columbia-based company anno...
Friday - 24th August, 2018
Soldiers left their mark at Vimy
Cave-wall etchings from two Sarnia-Lambton soldiers at Vimy Ridge have been discovered near the site...
Thursday - 23rd August, 2018
Farm-based brewery ready to open
The owners of the Stonepicker Brewing Co. expect to welcome the public out to the farm any day now.&...
Wednesday - 22nd August, 2018
Imperial Oil helping fuel Sting’s season
Imperial Oil and the Sarnia Sting have announced a sponsorship deal for the hockey club’s upcoming...
Tuesday - 21st August, 2018
Raft of floaters got help
Hundreds of participants in Sunday’s Float Down on the St. Clair River required help from the Cana...
Monday - 20th August, 2018
River floaters take to the water
Last year, Corey Bishop took on the St. Clair River float down with an inflatable queen-size mattres...
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