Watch the latest YourTV television and exclusive online content from the Sarnia community.
S.C.I.T.S. Alumna and current teacher, Helen Crick, is part of the team collecting and commemorating almost a century of mementoes from the Sarnia secondary school.
Celine Payne's Mom has an advanced form of Huntington Disease which has left her requiring constant care. Celine raises awareness & money so that other families won't have to live with the consequences of this debilitating genetic disorder. www.huntingtonsociety.ca
Sarnia City Councillor Mike Kelch discusses codes of conduct and common sense with host Kelly Ash.
Bluewater Health's Nerissa Campbell has made it her life's work to research"best practices" in preventing stroke and aiding those who have suffered the consequences of loss of blood flow to the brain.
David Plain and Monica Virtue present Treaty Workshops throughout Southwestern Ontario. Here David explains the story behind a Treaty of Niagara Wampum belt. For more info go to www.monicavirtue.com.
Theo Calvas talks about how moving from Sault Saint. Marie to Sarnia benefited his career.
Jonathan Ang and Michael Pezzetta talk about playing against old teammates after being traded.
Dr. Joan Ross recalls her experiences aboard a "Mercy Ship" which provides life-changing operations for patients in West African nations. www.mercyships.ca
How do we build a smarter and more connected community? Learn more from Chris Gould, Chair of the Intelligent Sarnia Lambton Committee. intelligentsl.ca.