Not Your Typical Fashion Show

To celebrate both Goodwill International and Youth Mental Health weeks, St.

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Do It For Sarnia Block Party

NEW DATE – July 14th

We’re bringing Block Party to the bay!

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City of Sarnia Go Green Awards

Green Drinks Sarnia is the host of the annual event –  City Of Sarnia Go Green Award Nominee Appreciation Event.

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Sherri Davis

Sherri Davis had an idyllic childhood growing up in small town Ontario, Canada in the 1970’s with a b&w TV, only 2 channels and miles of wilderness that was her playground.

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The Air Up There: Measuring Sarnia Lambton Air Quality

It’s not always easy to get a good understanding about the quality of the air we breathe.

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Quiet Little Street Recalls Determined War Hero

Tucked inconspicuously among Sarnia’s streets is Eddy Drive, the only clue to its name being a distinctive red poppy embossed on the street sign.

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Christmas in 1982, The Sarnia Gazette, 1962

Christmas in Port Sarnia 100 years ago was everything that today’s “jet- age” greeting cards portray… horsedrawn cutters, muff led carol singers, chestnuts roasting on an open hearth, frosted windows, snow-drifted roads.

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The Ontario Climate Change Action Plan

The MOECC has announced the CCMLCEA primarily to address GHGs… Still with me?

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Breaking the Shackles: The Peter Pennington Story

In a sea of graves at Lakeview Cemetery, there is no mistaking the Pennington headstone.

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The Delisting of the St. Clair River

After celebrating our third anniversary last month, I think it is safe to say that Green Drinks Sarnia is a staple of the downtown core.

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From Salt Mines to Parkland: The Story of Centennial Park

What began as a search for oil led to the discovery of salt.

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