The last time Southwestern Ontarians voted NDP in big numbers, they took the Liberals to the woodshed.
Neil Bowen, Sarnia Observer
Neil Bowen has spent 27 years as a reporter with the Sarnia Observer covering all aspects of the community including health care, education, county council, business and industry. He is currently assigned to the Sarnia courts informing the public of cases in provincial offences court, the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice.
The battle for Southwestern Ontario erupted into a verbal slug match between the front-running Progressive Conservative and New Democrat leaders Wednesday as they sparred on hotly- contested turf that could be up for grabs with the election a week away.
Police never stop following up leads on cold cases, a veteran Sarnia investigator said as OPP announced new details in their bid to solve the death of Karen Caughlin, one of Southwestern Ontario’s most stubborn cold cases.
Gurpreet Brar was slapped by both her husband and brother-in-law and criticized for not measuring up as a wife before she died in a Highway 402 truck fire, a murder trial heard Thursday.
Gasoline was detected on debris from a diesel-powered transport truck fire, a scientist testified Wednesday in the first-degree murder trial of a Brampton trucker accused of killing his wife.
In what’s believed to be a Canadian first, a judge in Sarnia is having to wrestle with whether having medicinal pot on you is illegal if you’re driving under its influence.
A Sarnia woman could have killed herself by hiding fentanyl patches internally, says the judge who sentenced her to two years in prison.
A 41-year-old man who sexually abused a teenage girl for five years and impregnated her was sentenced this week to three years in prison.
An Ontario man said he wasn’t drunk behind the wheel. Heck no. He just poured alcohol into his ears — testing his theory about how Jesus healed the deaf — and that must have set off the Breathalyzer.