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Please join us in our demonstration to protect our water. WHERE – Holiday Inn Sarnia, 1498 Venetian Blvd., Point Edward WHEN – Thursday, May 19th. The main rally will be at 2:30pm. See below for more details about the schedule. … Continue reading
Toban Black in The Dominion Bitumen from Alberta’s tar sands continues to be processed in Sarnia, Ontario, and the surrounding townships. Imperial Oil, Nova Chemicals, Suncor and Shell all have refineries in Sarnia-Lambton’s well- known “Chemical Valley”—where BP and Enbridge … Continue reading
From a recent article in The Observer – … Seemingly, with every Chemical Valley mishap there comes a familiar pattern of action. Municipal officials call for a followup meeting with local industry to find out where the breakdown in the … Continue reading
Sarah Wiebe and Mckay Swanson in The Observer On Thursday morning we arrived at Coffee Culture, a local gathering place, to greet a group of startled community advisors for a meeting on research and everyday life in Chemical Valley. Minutes … Continue reading
George Poitras on his visit to Aamjiwnaang and Sarnia-Lambton – Canada’s Chemical Valley is not a likely destination that one has on its “definitely gotta see” places in the world. But if you’re living in a community like Fort Chipewyan … Continue reading
A follow-up to the first responses to our call – Shawn Jeffords in The Observer The mystery of a strange odour in Sarnia’s Chemical Valley appears to have been solved. Ontario Environment Ministry spokesperson Lindsay Davidson said Thursday the rotten … Continue reading
Jim Bloch for the Voice Reporter [with two photos] “When I think back, I wish we’d never come to Sarnia,” says resident Jean Simpson in the opening of Pamela Calvert’s 2007 documentary, “The Beloved Community.” “My dad had a choice … Continue reading