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Health team building could get approval by end of the month

  Construction on the new building for the Central Lambton Family Health team could begin this fall. The team of seven family doctors and nine health professionals currently works out of Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital but the team and its board has been planning  new facility to be built at Englehart Park on Glenview Drive… Read more »

Canada Post cuts Oil Springs office hours

Canada Post is cutting hours at the Oil Springs post office. In a letter to Oil Springs Council, Canada Post local area manager, Tad Wolanski, says Canada Post conducted a review of customer traffic patterns in the village’s post office and “determined that we have a very small number of local customers on Saturdays and… Read more »

McCharles would support “Not A Willing Host” designation for Lambton

Petrolia Mayor John McCharles says Lambton County should unite to stop industrial wind turbines from popping up all over the landscape. And that should include declaring the county not a willing host and lobbying the provincial government to return planning rights. The county is currently considering whether to join a Charter of Rights and Freedoms… Read more »

Lancer pie pride

William Font and Kiana Parkes, both in Grade 10, work on some of the 225 pies made by LCCVI food classes just before Thanksgiving.   You could call it Lancer Pie Pride. Students from every grade in the family studies classes made 225 pumpkin pies from scratch just before Thanksgiving. They also created 125 apple… Read more »