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  • Lambton College students adjust after pandemic rules impact fundraiser
    par Paul Morden le 18/04/2021 à 6:07

    Social service worker students at Lambton College had to regroup when a fundraiser they had planned for the weekend got caught up in new provincial pandemic restrictions. Each year, students in the second year of the program identify a charity to support as part of one their courses. This […]

  • Circles poverty-ending program stays connected during pandemic
    par Paul Morden le 18/04/2021 à 4:42

    A program helping Sarnia-area families make their way out of poverty has kept going through the pandemic. Circles, an approach Lambton County began using in 2009, has temporarily replaced its weekly dinners in church halls and community centres with phone calls, drop-offs of school supplies and […]

  • April 18: Nine new COVID-19 cases reported in Sarnia area
    par Paul Morden le 18/04/2021 à 12:36

    Lambton Public Health reported nine new local cases of COVID-19 Saturday in its daily report. The number of active local cases dropped three to 108, the public health agency said. There have been a total of 3,119 local cases since the pandemic began, and 2,957 are considered resolved. The number of […]

  • Ontario backs away from new police powers to enforce pandemic laws
    par Paul Morden le 17/04/2021 à 4:27

    Ontario has backed away from new police powers announced Friday as part of a package of measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. Officers will no longer have the right to stop any pedestrian or driver to ask why they’re out or request their home address, Solicitor General Sylvia Jones said in […]

  • New funding to help support Lambton College Enactus project
    par Paul Morden le 17/04/2021 à 3:50

    Work by Lambton College’s award-winning Enactus student group to support financial literacy and entrepreneurship training in First Nation communities across Canada will receive $750,000 in funding over the next three years from the RBC Foundation. That follows $100,000 the foundation granted […]

  • Sarnia poet's first book explores grief in isolation
    par Paul Morden le 17/04/2021 à 2:32

    Childhood betrayal made Jenna Strydonck a poet. The Sarnia woman kept a diary when she was 11 but a friend found it and told others her secrets. “Which, you can imagine, for a 11-year-old girl, is not so great,” she said. Styndonck said that’s when she began to write in a more […]

  • April 17: Sarnia area reports a dozen new COVID-19 cases
    par Paul Morden le 17/04/2021 à 12:30

    Lambton Public Health reported 12 new local COVID-19 cases Saturday. The public health agency’s daily report said there were 111 active cases Saturday, down three from the previous day. The total number of cases confirmed in the community since the pandemic began reached 3,110, and 2,945 of […]

  • Small fire reported Friday at Imperial Oil's Sarnia site
    par Paul Morden le 17/04/2021 à 12:04

    Imperial Oil says it is investigating the cause of a small fire Friday at its Sarnia site. The company said sirens sounded at 5 p.m. and the all-clear came at 6:40 p.m. There were no injuries. Imperial Oil personnel responded to the alarm, spokesperson Kristina Zimmer said in an e-mail. Imperial […]

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