SLWDB – EmployerOne 2016 survey is here!

Employers, your input on hiring trends and training requirements helps to create an accurate picture of Sarnia-Lambton workforce. Join this community effort by completing the EmployerOne survey today. Click to start the survey. This Employment Ontario project is funded by the Ontario government and administered by the Sarnia Lambton Workforce Development Board

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George Mallay presents community update

George Mallay, General Manager of the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership (SLEP), presented a community update on the current state of the overall economy, the local economy as well an update on the activities of SLEP.  See the attached presentation for more details. SLEP Community Update December 17 2015

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Lambton County named as one of the world’s Smart21 Communities for 2016 by the Intelligent Community Forum

Media Release – Sarnia-Lambton, Ontario – October 22, 2015 The Intelligent Community Forum today named the world’s Smart21 Communities of 2016. This select group of communities will now be in contention for the prestigious designation of Intelligent Community of the Year in June 2016. “We are very excited to name 11 new communities from North America, … Read More

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SLEP GM speaking to int'l energy crowd; debuts new energy video

<p>Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership General Manager, George Mallay, will be speaking today to an audience of energy sector representatives at the All-Energy Canada 2014 conference taking place in Toronto April 09 and 10.<br> <br> Mallay will be presenting and participating in a panel discussion at 3:30 p.m., &lsquo;Developing the Labour Skills in the Sustainable Energy Economy&rsquo;.&nbsp; … Read More

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Int'l. Delegation to tour Biohybrid Chemistry Cluster

Sarnia-Lambton, Ontario, June 14, 2013 – On Thursday June 20th, the Bioindustrial Innovation Centre and the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership will be hosting an international delegation from the industrial biotechnology sector. Included in the delegation are companies from the Netherlands, France, and Brazil. <br> <br> The group will be touring local attributes in the community that … Read More

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2009 construction levels among Sarnia's highest yielding years

<br> For further information:<br> <br> Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley, Board Chair<br> Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership<br> 519-332-0330<br> mayor@sarnia.ca<br> <br> George Mallay, General Manager<br> Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership<br> 519-332-1820<br> mallay@www.sarnialambton.on.ca <br> <br> <br> For Immediate Release<br> <br> <br> Sarnia-Lambton, ON, CDA; January 27, 2010 &ndash; With the value of new construction in Sarnia totalling close to $100 million, 2009 … Read More

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Suncor Energy Celebrates Opening of Canada's Largest Ethanol Plant

<p>Suncor Energy Products Inc.'s investment in a clean energy future took another step forward today with the grand opening of Canada's largest ethanol-production plant. </p><p>Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty and Patricia Davidson, Member of Parliament for Sarnia-Lambton joined Suncor Energy's Executive Vice President, Tom Ryley, and other guests to celebrate the official opening of the plant … Read More

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Gwen's Garden Produce

<p>16-year-old Gwen Williamson has opened a vegetable stand with the help from a summer grant program for students administered by the Business Enterprise Centre of Sarnia-Lambton. &quot;Gwen's Garden Produce&quot; can be found everyday 10am-5pm except Fridays, at 7739 Lakeshore Rd., near Ravenswood, and on Fridays at the Forest Farmers Market from 9am-2pm until the end … Read More

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Canada's Largest Ethanol Plant Now in Production

Suncor Energy Products Inc. announced today that its St. Clair Ethanol Plant is now in production. With an expected production volume of 200 million litres per year, the St. Clair Ethanol Plant is now the largest ethanol production facility in Canada. <br> <br> &quot;We are proud of our new, world-class ethanol production facility,&quot; said Tom … Read More

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