Mobile vaccine clinic to make stops in Sarnia-Lambton

A mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic is set to make some stops in Sarnia-Lambton. The province’s GO-VAXX mobile clinic will be in Sarnia October 29 and 30, in Mooretown on October 31, and in Petrolia November 1. FOR MORE INFORMATION

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Minimum wage rates in Ontario increased on October 1, 2021

Minimum wage rate Rates from January 1, 2018 to September 30, 2020 Rates from October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021 Rates from October 1, 2021 to September 30, 2022 General minimum wage $14.00 per hour $14.25 per hour $14.35 per hour Student minimum wage $13.15 per hour $13.40 per hour $13.50 per hour Liquor … Read More

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Fairbank Oil Fields Celebrates its 160th Anniversary!

We’re celebrating our 160th anniversary this year! It seems miraculous that Fairbank Oil has survived, and even thrived, throughout all the tumultuous decades since it was founded in 1861. It’s been 160 years of producing oil in the tiny village of Oil Springs, in rural Southwestern Ontario. READ MORE

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Large crowd turns out for Forest Fall Fair

“We’ve packed more people in these grounds than I’ve ever seen in my life,” said Gord Marsh, vice-president of the fair board with the Forest Agricultural Society. “I’ve been on the fair board for 27 years and I’ve never seen anything like this.” CLICK HERE FOR THE ENTIRE STORY

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Indoor rec facility proposal in the works for Sarnia

Details of the facility, including where it will be located in the city, are still pending, but councillors were given an update this week on community feedback via consultant Monteith Brown, who were hired for project planning this spring with a $74,000 contract. FOR MORE ON THE STORY

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Province releases guidance for businesses on new vaccine verification program

Starting September 22, patrons will need to show proof of being fully vaccinated before eating indoors, watching a sporting event, or going to the gym. These businesses are being asked to verify a person’s vaccine receipt against government issued ID before allowing them to partake in activities indoors. Ontario’s Health Minister is advising restaurants and … Read More

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Lambton County libraries offering help printing vaccination receipts

Beginning Sept. 22, Ontario is requiring residents to show proof of full vaccination to use some indoor businesses and settings, including restaurants and bars, but not outdoor patios or for takeout. The Lambton County Library is offering help for residents in Sarnia and other area communities who need to print copies of their COVID-19 vaccination … Read More

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