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Sandra Lee has spent 5 years learning how to live her best life despite the diagnosis of an auto-immune disease which includes susceptibility to "leaky gut" syndrome.
Anita Trusler and Laura Greaves outline the partnerships and plans for community engagement, health, and activity regardless of one's age.
Team Member, Megan Rizzo, talks about the inspiration behind Lambton College's Enactus World Cup win in 2018. www.enactuslambton.org
From addiction issues to alzheimer patients, Sarnia Police Service is on hand to protect and assist the city's residents. Guests are Chief Norm Hansen and Constable John Sottosanti.
Canada is eliminating "Class 7" dairy products under the new USMCA agreement. Kevin Forbes, owner of Forbesvue Farm, gives us the story behind "Class 7" and what that might mean to the livelihood of all dairy farmers in the county.
Meet independent energy consultant, Peter Smith, who says the economic argument against reducing carbon emissions has as many holes in it as there are abandoned wells in western Canada.
Author David Plain discusses how he started writing by putting together a handout for his family on native history and culture.
Roommates/teammates Marko Jakovljevic and Kelton Hatcher of the Sarnia Sting talk about living together and competing with visiting teammates for the best food in the fridge.
Lisa Matlovich shares how an accident resulting in a brain injury affected her day to day life.