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By: Lambton Shield  09-12-2011
Keywords: Natural Gas, Local News, Natural Gas Liquids

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It was a grand opening deserving of the adjective. Friday's celebration was the formal public unveiling of a $12-million upgrade to what was commonly known as the Industrial Fire School. Henceforth, the facility is known as the Fire and Public Safety Centre of Excellence. Funding for the project came from the federal government ($4.9 million) [..]

  BP says it has agreed to sell its Canadian natural gas liquids business to Plains Midstream for US $1.67 billion in cash. The deal includes the plant on Plank Road in Sarnia. The company said there will be no job losses involved. The Sarnia facility employs about 110 people and a total of 450, [..]

By BOB McCARTHY LambtonShield.com Did you know that a world famous magician lived his entire life here along the St Clair River in Courtright? The house he lived in was called Aberystwyth, named after the place of birth of his great grand-father in Wales. Stewart James (1908?1996) was a life-long resident of Courtright who refused [..]

Doug Wright has penned a winner in "Revenge of the Three Little Pigs," a production of Petrolia Community Theatre which is playing at Victoria Hall with an opening last night (Dec. 1) and productions Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. plus a 2 p.m. presentation on Sun., Dec. 4. Directed by Bonnie Harris (also a [..]

Helping youth gain important leadership skills, supporting newcomers to the community and giving children a safe haven are some of the areas being supported by the YMCA’s Strengthening Community Campaign. To-date, the Y has raised over $310,000 of its $1.5 million goal. “We are excited about the support we have received from the Sarnia-Lambton community,” [..]

Photo of her dog Bear at Corunna Park summer of 2011 by Celia Van Horne, a member of the Sarnia Photographic Club. For more information about the Sarnia Photographic Club, go to http://www.sarniaphotoclub.com/

Bluewater Health says it will upgrade of the telecommunication systems at Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital (CEEH) with 30 new Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) telephones. The system, which costs $130,000, will be operational by Dec. 13, and is expected to deliver improved call quality, consistent service, and standardized efficient processes for patients and staff across [..]

Lambton County Councillors have voted to raise their base pay to $12,000 from its current $5,904 (plus $118 for each meeting attended). Council made the decision at its Wednesday (Nov. 30, 2011) meeting, agreeing to move to the new pay over a three-year period. The warden of Lambton County, a position currently held by St. [..]

Seven organizations in Sarnia-Lambton whose services help community members with disabilities received cheques totalling more than $13,000 Wednesday–"legacy" funds from this summer's Ontario ParaSport Summer Games. Co-chairs Vicky Praill and Rob Janoska were on hand at the offices of Tourism Sarnia-Lambton for the cheque presentations. The summer event attracted more than 200 athletes and coaches [..]

Despite the name, "Oliver" is a domestic, short hair female who is looking for a good home. She is one year old. "Pet of the Week" is presented as a public service by LambtonShield.com in cooperation with the local Humane Society, Hours for viewing and adoptions are Monday to Friday, noon to 5:15 p.m., Saturday [..]

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Keywords: Local News, Natural Gas, Natural Gas Liquids

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09-12-2011

The Lambton Shield | Arts/Entertainment/Culture ; Sarnia & Lambton County Local News

If you’re looking for some great holiday gift ideas then come on out to the monthly First Friday Cultural Walkabout Ups N’ Downs Pub & Grill 226 Front St. N. Ups N Downs presents BLUETONIUM 9:30pm to 1:30am www.upsndowns.net Coffee Culture 130 Lochiel St Coffee Culture is proud to present the amazing voice and sound. A Johnny Cash Experience from Hamilton Ontario is rapidly becoming Canada’s favourite tribute to The Man In Black … Johnny Cash.


09-12-2011

The Lambton Shield | BSI–Sustainability ; Sarnia & Lambton County Local News

The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce congratulates City Council on its leadership in service delivery discussions, attention to fiscal management and control.


09-12-2011

The Lambton Shield | ‘Pet of the Week’ ; Sarnia & Lambton County Local News

Pet of the Week" is presented as a public service by LambtonShield.com in cooperation with the local Humane Society, Hours for viewing and adoptions are Monday to Friday, noon to 5:15 p.m., Saturday. In cooperation with the Sarnia and District Humane Society, LambtonShield.com is pleased to introduce the "Pet of the Week," a feature, presented in the public interest.


09-12-2011

The Lambton Shield | Obituaries ; Sarnia & Lambton County Local News

MOFFAT, John Wayne After a courageous battle with pulmonary fibrosis, John passed away peacefully surrounded by the love of his close family at Bluewater Health in Sarnia, Ontario on November 29th in his 67th year. Loving mother of D.J. Summerhayes, Nicolas Summerhayes, John Gerard and step-mother of Zoë Brown, Nicolas Brown and Dawn Marie Wilkinson.


09-12-2011

The Lambton Shield | Crimestoppers ; Sarnia & Lambton County Local News

The Sarnia RCMP are looking for the public’s support in reporting suspicious activity on the water, land or air, particularly in relation to the border. Border Watch” signs are posted in marinas, boat ramps and high traffic parks and fishing holes. Sarnia & Lambton County Local News.


09-12-2011

The Lambton Shield | Finance ; Sarnia & Lambton County Local News

When I go, it's going to be on a beach, with a camera in my hand, taking pictures of gorgeous sunsets. Shoot, I’m never going to retire, I’m having too much fun,” he responded.


09-12-2011

The Lambton Shield | Business ; Sarnia & Lambton County Local News

It's being called a "reverse trade show" and touted as an opportunity for local businesses who may be looking to sell their products or services to meet with large companies in the area that are buying. The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce congratulates City Council on its leadership in service delivery discussions, attention to fiscal management and control.