Leaving a Legacy: How Sarnia-Lambton Youth Are Making a Difference

In 2012, an industrious group of students passionate about community sustainability approached the Bluewater Sustainability Initiative about the concept of a youth driven component.

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Marvel: New Adult Arts Retreat Ready to Launch in Fall of 2015

For two years, a group of dedicated individuals from London, Grand Bend & Sarnia have shared a common goal: To create a joyful, creative learning retreat located in Lambton Shores for adult participants drawn from across Ontario & Michigan.

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The Importance of Native Plants

Did you know that our local native wildlife is dependent on local native plants?

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Comme Moi Boutique

Comme Moi Boutique, a local clothing and accessories retailer, brings international fashion to your Sarnia closet.

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Socially Responsible Investing: A Global Movement

From “Act Naturally” to “Zero Deficit” and all of the oxymora in between, “Socially Responsible Investing” and “Ethical Corporations” seem to be at odds.

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Mike Blackmore ………Seriously?

Sarnia’s very own man of mystery and intrigue Mike Blackmore released a show appropriately titled “………Seriously?”,

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Building a Bike Friendly Community

Since the invention of the modern bicycle in the early 1800’s, the bike is arguably the perfect mode of local transportation.

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J. Allison Robichaud: Simply Flowers at the Lawrence House

Canadian master painter J. Allison Robichaud will be brightening the middle of winter by exhibiting a collection of new oil paintings titled “Simply Flowers” at the Lawrence House Centre for the Arts.

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Farming in Lambton County

Lambton County is home to the countries richest farmland, yet it seems to be continually hampered by numerous factors.

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The Habitats of Lambton County Pt. 5

A five part series from Return the Landscape featuring the five habitats found in Lambton County: Tall Grass Prairie, Wetlands, The Carolinian Forest, The Rare Oak Savannahs & Coastal Dunes & Beaches.

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The Time is Now! The Day is Here!

Do NOT miss Hidden Talents’ production of Les Miserables!

It was 2003 when Hidden Talents first brought Les Miserables to Sarnia, and a remarkable cast of young actors, no more than 19 years of age, brought audiences to their feet every night.

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The Habitats of Lambton County Pt. 4

A five part series from Return the Landscape featuring the five habitats found in Lambton County: Tall Grass Prairie, Wetlands, The Carolinian Forest, The Rare Oak Savannahs & Coastal Dunes & Beaches.

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