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About the Sarnia-Lambton Community
Sarnia-Lambton boasts a number of parks and nature preserves, including the
Pinery Provincial Park on Lake Huron, Canatara and Centennial Parks on Lake
Huron and the St. Clair River respectively and both being within the Sarnia city
limits. In addition, there are a large number of inland and waterfront parks
under the administrations of the St. Clair Parkway Authority and the Ausable-Bayfield
The County of Lambton, of which Sarnia is the principal city,
is bounded on the North and West by the crystal blue waters of Lake Huron and
the St. Clair River. Hence, the name, "Bluewater Country".
It is a community
with a total county population of approximately 130,000. The primary industry is
petrochemical, with production and distribution on a worldwide scale and the
second industry, agriculture, which flourishes in Lambton's loamy soils.
Connected by air, rail and autoroute to London and Toronto in Canada, and
Detroit and all other U.S. destinations, Sarnia is a strategic place to locate
your home or business.
The climate is one of Canada's most temperate, being almost at Canada's
southernmost tip. The area offers excellent educational opportunities at the
primary school, secondary school, career school and community college levels.
Sarnia is just one hour away from colleges and universities in London, Windsor
Sarnia boasts a safe environment in which to raise a family or retire. Its sandy
beaches, boating harbours, waterways and other natural amenities mean Sarnia is
a fun location.
Sarnia is simply a gorgeous place to live.
The members of the Sarnia-Lambton Real Estate Board would be delighted to assist
with your move to Sarnia-Lambton.
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