Category Archive: Business

Lambton County beef farmers serve “the beef”

Transport Canada doesn’t know how much ethyl benzene spilled into the St. Clair River

A Transport Canada report says there was no way for inspectors to know how much ethyl benzene spilled into the St. Clair River because no one knew how much of the cancer-causing chemical… Continue reading

Questions about CN accident in Sarnia

There are questions after an incident in the CN Rail yard in Sarnia. On Friday around 3 pm, Warren Chandler of CN Public and Government Affairs in an email says “one set of… Continue reading

Plan for harness racing doesn’t include Sarnia says industry head

The map for success for the harness racing industry doesn’t appear to have a stop in Sarnia. That according to Brian Tropea, the head of the Ontario Harness Horse Association. The province is… Continue reading

Premier to hear Sarnia’s concerns

Sarnia is about to get the ear of the provincial government. Mayor Mike Bradley hand delivered a request for a personal meeting to Premier Kathleen Wynne when she was in Sarnia recently. The… Continue reading

Moving Day: Nova’s new tower attracts a lot of attention

Mobile Market delivers: Food bank clients get fresh veggies close to home

More people will be able to get fresh fruits and vegetables thanks to an expanded Mobile Market. The Inn of the Good Shepherd put the Mobile Market on the road two years ago… Continue reading

Sidewalk cafes could be returning to Grand Bend

Beachgoers may be able to grab a bite to eat in Grand Bend on the sidewalk this summer. Three years ago, Lambton Shores council put a moratorium on sidewalk cafes after spending millions… Continue reading

Replacing Forest ambulance station may cost $2.1 million

It may take big bucks to improve or replace the out-of-date Forest Ambulance Station. Lambton County CAO Ron VanHorne says it may cost between $1.5 million and $2.1 million to upgrade the former… Continue reading

Gibb looks to Lambton Shores to push feds to solve harbour dispute

Archie Gibbs is looking for Lambton Shores’ help to push the federal government to settle a 30 year old land claim. And his lawyer says if the municipality plays its cards right, it… Continue reading