Elderly advocates are slamming a decision by Ontario’s long-term care inquiry not to examine two additional criminal investigations into serial murderer Elizabeth Wettlaufer, details the commission knew for more than year before informing groups taking part in the inquiry.
Turnover is on the rise at Sarnia’s largest public-sector employer, and a younger workforce may be part of the reason why.
A well-oiled quilt-making operation sets up shop nearly every Wednesday morning at the Port Franks Community Centre.
Wednesday, Lambton College's high-tech fire training facility south of Sarnia got another upgrade as part of an ongoing partnership between the school and local industry.
Teams of volunteers are expected to show, once again, that Sarnia stacks cans above its weight at this weekend’s eighth annual Canstruction food drive and fundraiser in aid of the Inn of the Good Shepherd. Some 15 teams – one more than last year – are expected to move their “building supplies” into Lambton Mall […]
A day after the federal government released its 2019 budget, Sarnia-Lambton MP and Opposition health critic Marilyn Gladu says she is disappointed with the federal approach to a nationwide health-care system. It comes after suggestions the federal budget would ramp up coverage for prescription drugs, among other things, en route to a countrywide pharmacare plan. […]
A Sarnia pediatrician charged with indecent assault will be back in court next month to set a trial date after an appearance earlier this week. The case of Dr. Kunwar Singh, 76, has gone before Sarnia court multiple times since the longtime Sarnia doctor’s arrest. Singh himself has not been at the courthouse but has […]
In ten years, Speedy Jackson has collected nearly 500,000 points through Cineplex's popular Scene program by eating out, saving up, and going to hundreds and hundreds of movies.