Canada - The Observer (Sarnia)
Saturday - 16th June, 2018
WORK BEE ON GUTHRIE DRIVE
About 30 framers, sent along by seven local construction companies, raised the frame and set roof tr...
Friday - 15th June, 2018
Chief won’t run again
Joanne Rogers, chief of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation, is not running for re-election. Roger...
Thursday - 14th June, 2018
Online voting gets easier
Sarnia is borrowing five- dozen notebook computers for pollingstationlike “help stations” in Oct...
Wednesday - 13th June, 2018
BioAmber wins protection from creditors
A petition by BioAmber for protection under Canada’s Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act has be...
Tuesday - 12th June, 2018
Walkway part of Bayside vision
Lochiel Street could stretch to Vidal in a few years’ time if everything goes according to plan fo...
Monday - 11th June, 2018
Diplomas go worldwide
The approximately 700 Lambton College graduates gathered at the Progressive Auto Sales Arena Saturda...
Saturday - 9th June, 2018
Biz land deal in works
An investment in business park land the City of Sarnia made 15 years ago off Modeland Road may final...
Friday - 8th June, 2018
Bob Bailey wins again
Bob Bailey is headed back to Queen’s Park for a fourth straight term. The Progressive Con...
Thursday - 7th June, 2018
Navigator leads the way
Sarnia’s hospital has hired an Indigenous patient navigator to help Indigenous patients, including...
Wednesday - 6th June, 2018
Healthy welcome for LGBTQ2IA
Elimination of the fear of stigma by lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, two-spirit, intersex and ...
Tuesday - 5th June, 2018
9 hours, 5 ridings, 2 days to go
The last time Southwestern Ontarians voted NDP in big numbers, they took the Liberals to the woodshe...
Monday - 4th June, 2018
Artwalk fills downtown
Allison Clift was building community in downtown Sarnia Saturday with a Sea of Holes. That ...
Saturday - 2nd June, 2018
Tory, NDPer trade jabs
Sarnia-Lambton NDP candidate Kathy Alexander says Progressive Conservative plans for spending cuts c...
Friday - 1st June, 2018
Relay celebrates, remembers
Becky Wellington has been a volunteer and supporter at the Relay for Life. This year, she w...
Thursday - 31st May, 2018
PC, NDP heads rumble in region
The battle for Southwestern Ontario erupted into a verbal slug match between the frontrunning Progre...
Wednesday - 30th May, 2018
Sparks fly as candidates square off
In keeping with the weather, it got a little hot during an all-candidates’ meeting Tuesday at the ...
Tuesday - 29th May, 2018
Grandfathered groups can apply for grants
The Sarnia Historical Society may still be able to “keep the lights on.” That after Sar...
Monday - 28th May, 2018
Overnight parking eyed for April
April doesn’t tend to bring a lot of snow to Sarnia. So says city Director of Engineering...
Saturday - 26th May, 2018
Dentist hailed for helping disabled
Sarnia dentist Jessica Bourassa is this year’s Community Living Sarnia-Lambton hero. The ...
Friday - 25th May, 2018
A GOOD DAY FOR FISHING
Dylan Thomas, 17, casts into the water by the Blue Water Bridge in Point Edward Thursday, one of sev...
Thursday - 24th May, 2018
A little northern comfort
Thirty shelter dogs from the Deep South are taking up residence in Sarnia-Lambton. Voluntee...
Wednesday - 23rd May, 2018
Mayor criticizes delay in reopening boat ramp
Mother Nature and grading mistakes appear to have led to another boat ramp annoyance in Sarnia.&...
Tuesday - 22nd May, 2018
Tea served in Victorian tradition
China tea cups clinked delicately amid the aroma of scones fresh from a wood-fired stove during the ...
Saturday - 19th May, 2018
Coast Guard pulls chilly trio from Lake St. Clair
CHATHAM — Three men — one without a life-jacket — were pulled from Lake St. Clair by the Canad...
Friday - 18th May, 2018
Mock crash packs real message
Great Lakes Secondary School students were urged Thursday to think about the fine line between smart...
Thursday - 17th May, 2018
Drug sites enter debate
Bob Bailey found himself trying to walk the line between his party leader’s position and his own a...
Wednesday - 16th May, 2018
First debate tests candidates
The race to June 7 kicked up a notch Tuesday as candidates in the Sarnia-Lambton riding squared off ...
Tuesday - 15th May, 2018
‘Struggling quite a bit’
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says she’s been paying attention to health care in Sarnia-Lambton.&n...
Monday - 14th May, 2018
Workers with Murray Mills Excavating move rubble at the site of the former Kinsmen Centre building i...
Saturday - 12th May, 2018
Ready for an emergency? Don’t forget the pets
Don’t forget about the pets. That’s the message the Sarnia and District Humane Society had for v...
Friday - 11th May, 2018
$1M drive aims to save pool
Sarnia’s Pathways Health Centre for Children is asking the community to help raise up to $1 millio...
Thursday - 10th May, 2018
AND THEY’RE OFF
The provincial election campaign officially began Wednesday. Kathy Alexander, the NDP candidate in S...
Wednesday - 9th May, 2018
RCMP launches Sarnia training
RCMP officers from around the country have come to Sarnia for several days of marine training.&n...
Tuesday - 8th May, 2018
Non-profit landscaping service rooted in growth
Demand for landscaping projects on commercial and residential properties is booming for Return the L...
Monday - 7th May, 2018
Battle of Atlantic veterans remembered
A bell rang for each ship lost in the epic sea battle of the Second World War during a Sunday memori...
Saturday - 5th May, 2018
It’s grow time
Jack Greydanus expected to go on growing peppers at his greenhouse in Enniskillen Township, just lik...
Friday - 4th May, 2018
GETTING DOWN TO WORK
Josh Samko, a Grade 11 student at St. Patrick's school, practises smoothing out the surface ...
Thursday - 3rd May, 2018
City looks east to grow
The beginnings of planning for the next phase of residential development in Sarnia are underway.&...
Wednesday - 2nd May, 2018
No running in this soccer game
Sarnia’s Kevan Parsley, 70, thought his soccer-playing days were done. He came to Canada ...
Tuesday - 1st May, 2018
Sarnia choirs to sing for The Hub
The Georgian Singers stopped in at Sarnia’s Rosewood Manor Monday to perform for its residents and...
Monday - 30th April, 2018
SCITS time capsule opened
It wasn’t the reveal many had hoped, but a time-capsule peek back to 1921 Saturday certainly drew ...
Saturday - 28th April, 2018
CULTURE IS SERVED
Northern Collegiate’s Mac Night, an annual event organized by the Sarnia high school’s Multicult...
Friday - 27th April, 2018
High-fives all around for school’s Kiwanis connection
Striding into a student assembly Thursday, Sarnia-Lambton Golden K Kiwanis members reached out to P....
Thursday - 26th April, 2018
Thieves fuel security fears
Sarnia city council wants to make sure the former Sarnia Collegiate building doesn’t turn into Sar...
Wednesday - 25th April, 2018
Long winter melting snow budget
Winter in Sarnia may have finally moved into the rearview mirror, but its impact on Sarnia’s snowr...
Tuesday - 24th April, 2018
Lambton College capital campaign builds
Recent donations have moved Lambton College’s capital campaign $100,000 nearer to its $7-million g...
Monday - 23rd April, 2018
SWINGING INTO SUMMER
Loghan Carron, 7, enjoys the swings under the Blue Water Bridge during Saturday’s sunshine....
Saturday - 21st April, 2018
Scrap drug sites, Ford urges
Scrap drug-injection sites, bulk up long-term care beds. Progressive Conservative Leader Do...
Friday - 20th April, 2018
11-year-old Sarnia girl looks to beat tough field
Ashlyn Price twirls a drum stick with a big smile in the middle of jamming along to The Spirit of Ra...
Thursday - 19th April, 2018
WALLS COME TUMBLING DOWN
Workers look on as Schouten Excavating picks apart the facade of the old Sarnia General Hospital Wed...
Wednesday - 18th April, 2018
Alexander wins Sarnia-Lambton NDP nod
Kathy Alexander started her campaign to become Sarnia-Lambton’s MPP in the June election when she ...
Tuesday - 17th April, 2018
Home for medically fragile expanding
An $800,000 expansion nearly doubling the capacity of Standing Oaks, a facility that provides care f...
Monday - 16th April, 2018
Sarnia wrestler earns bronze at Commonwealth Games
Sarnia wrestler Emily Schaefer fought through the pain of an injury to earn a bronze medal for Canad...
Saturday - 14th April, 2018
Feds say no to corridor
Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley was blunt in his response to the federal government’s refusal to help pa...
Friday - 13th April, 2018
School hits road to record gender-neutral anthem
Students and staff from Sarnia’s Rosedale Public School arrived at Central United Church in nine b...
Thursday - 12th April, 2018
Habitat breaks ground on seniors’ housing
With a little help from nearly 500 community volunteers, the long-empty site of a former Sarnia weld...
Wednesday - 11th April, 2018
Sex abuse survivor strives for support group
A Sarnia resident is reaching out to men in the community who struggle, as he does, with the trauma ...
Tuesday - 10th April, 2018
Point Edward stands with Humboldt ‘family’
Hundreds gathered at the Point Edward Arena Monday night, shouting “Broncos” in tribute to the 1...
Monday - 9th April, 2018
Fundraiser boosts awareness of violence against women
Men striding through Lambton Mall wearing bright red high heels brought awareness and cash to the is...
Saturday - 7th April, 2018
Handshake symbolizes commitment to rehab
NEIL BOWEN A handshake between a judge and a convicted man symbolizing his commitment to hi...
Friday - 6th April, 2018
NDP leader touts dental care
Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath talked up her promise of a public dental care plan Thursday while ...
Thursday - 5th April, 2018
Tax rebate to continue
A rebate program offering commercial property owners a 30-percent municipal tax break on vacant buil...
Wednesday - 4th April, 2018
Medallist gets hometown welcome
Forest’s Tyler McGregor’s voice broke Tuesday as he spoke in his former high school gym about ho...
Tuesday - 3rd April, 2018
Creative fund lives on
Reserves will keep the Creative County Grants program going this year after its $75,000 in annual fu...
Monday - 2nd April, 2018
Sarnia Sings ready for an encore
Before her depression convinced her she wasn’t good enough, Danielle Cooper used to sing. ...
Saturday - 31st March, 2018
On the mend
When they took Freedom, the paint cross could barely stand, Nicole King remembers. The now ...
Thursday - 29th March, 2018
Getting ready for a killer
At least one Sarnia-Lambton tree company is changing how it prunes to help prevent the spread of tre...
Wednesday - 28th March, 2018
Community readies for farewell to South Plympton school
Members of the South Plympton Public School community are preparing to say their goodbyes. ...
Tuesday - 27th March, 2018
Woman gets 6 years in fatal stabbing
Gary Bird remembers learning to love the sound of gravel kicking up in his driveway, a telltale sign...
Monday - 26th March, 2018
Mayor hoping for cannabis job growth
Enniskillen Township Mayor Kevin Marriott is hopeful a deal between a cannabis company setting up sh...
Saturday - 24th March, 2018
Mayor wades into waste war
PAUL MORDEN Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley is asking Lambton County to join the growing list of ...
Friday - 23rd March, 2018
Detours straight ahead with overpass rehab
Work on a $2.6-million project to rehabilitate the Highway 402 Front Street overpass, along with und...
Thursday - 22nd March, 2018
Raising fish at school learning experience for kids
The Bluewater Anglers hatchery isn’t the only spot the club’s members are rearing salmon for the...
Wednesday - 21st March, 2018
Protesters return to Pinery
Aboriginal protesters have returned to the gates of Pinery Provincial Park near Grand Bend. ...
Tuesday - 20th March, 2018
Ethics role on tap to expand
Sarnia-Lambton municipalities are considering sharing a single integrity commissioner next year.&...
Monday - 19th March, 2018
Choir director feted for musical contribution
Mary Jean Hansen’s musical roots were planted when she was just a child. She was raised in a music...
Saturday - 17th March, 2018
Sarnia firm shops lifesaving pepper grenade
TYLER KULA A Sarnia businessperson says he has a non-lethal device that might have saved li...
Friday - 16th March, 2018
Ex-chief acquitted of sex charges
NEIL BOWEN Hugs and tears erupted among supporters as former fire chief Patrick Cayen was a...
Thursday - 15th March, 2018
New plans for old school
Plans are being made to turn the former St. Peter Catholic School site in Sarnia into a 103-unit ret...
Wednesday - 14th March, 2018
Meeting takes first step to Sarnia museum
A first step to a Sarnia museum was taken Tuesday when a public meeting attracted 30 people.&nbs...
Tuesday - 13th March, 2018
Biz tax rebate on chop block
Lambton County council is considering scrapping a rebate that gives owners with empty commercial spa...
Monday - 12th March, 2018
A taste of spring comes to Forest
The Kiwanis Club of Forest’s maple syrup celebration came home this year. Members of the ...
Saturday - 10th March, 2018
Festival celebrates provincial boost
PAUL MORDEN The Sarnia summer music event, Bluewater Borderfest, has been awarded up to $53...
Friday - 9th March, 2018
A world that is no longer surprised by women entrepreneurs was celebrated during Thursday’s Intern...
Thursday - 8th March, 2018
Budget cuts on agenda
Lambton County council approved $440,000 in new spending Wednesday during its first day of 2018 budg...
Wednesday - 7th March, 2018
Boxing-inspired fitness helps those with Parkinson’s
Twice a week, a group of boxers gathers at the gym to knock down the symptoms of Parkinson’s disea...
Tuesday - 6th March, 2018
Paper ballots urged in PC race
Frustrated that so many party members haven’t been able to vote, Doug Ford wants the Ontario Progr...
Monday - 5th March, 2018
Mulroney campaign visits
About 150 people turned out to hear Tory leadership hopeful Caroline Mulroney speak at a campaign st...
Saturday - 3rd March, 2018
Partnership targets economy
A group of agencies and businesses have joined forces to help new technology companies set up shop i...
Friday - 2nd March, 2018
Budget offers hope for ferry
The federal budget may have offered a glimmer of hope for efforts to keep the Bluewater Ferry afloat...
Thursday - 1st March, 2018
Making mental health a priority
Petrolia is getting more staffing for a deluge of youngsters seeking mental-health help. De...
Wednesday - 28th February, 2018
Pipeline reaction ‘positive’
Enbridge is working to submit an application to the National Energy Board in July for approval to re...
Tuesday - 27th February, 2018
Husband retried on sex assault charges
A Lambton man’s second trial on charges of sexually assaulting his wife nearly made the same wrong...
Monday - 26th February, 2018
Province pledges support
CHATHAM — Though weekend flooding in Chatham was the worst some residents had ever experienced, it...
Saturday - 24th February, 2018
FIRST-TIME POTTERS GO FOR A SPIN
Mike Hurry works to create a soup bowl at Lambton College as part of the college’s annual Empty Bo...
Friday - 23rd February, 2018
Trade with Trump ‘a challenge’
No matter who is in power after the next federal election, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer acknowl...
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