Community News Conference

As the tourism industry is beginning to reopen, both Tourism Sarnia-Lambton and the Chamber of Commence have initiated new programs and efforts to respond to the pandemic.Lambton College will speak about their new realities and initiatives to protect students and staff over the summer and into the new school year.

Posted by City of Sarnia on Tuesday, July 14, 2020

A fifth COVID-19 Community News Conference and Information Session was held on Tuesday July 14 at 10:30am. The City of Sarnia hosted the event together with the County of Lambton, Lambton Public Health, and Bluewater Health.

As the tourism industry is beginning to reopen, both Tourism Sarnia-Lambton and the Chamber of Commence have initiated new programs and efforts to respond to the pandemic.

Lambton College spoke about their new realities and initiatives to protect students and staff over the summer and into the new school year.      

The event was moderated by Julia Oosterman, Chief of Communications and Public Affairs for Bluewater Health, and included an opportunity for local media representatives to ask questions of panelists.  

This event was live streamed on the City of Sarnia Facebook page, on the City of Sarnia Website: www.virtualsarnia.ca/, live streamed by Blackburn News on CHOK and presented on Cogeco Channel 6 – Your TV.