|Sarnia is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada (city population 71,419, census area population 88,793, in 2006). It is the largest city on Lake Huron and is located where the three upper Great Lakes empty into the St. Clair River.
The Sarnia port is an important centre for lake freighters and "salties" carrying cargoes of grain and petroleum products. It is the largest community in Lambton County.
Since 1938, Sarnia has been the Canadian side of Ontario's second busiest U.S.–Canada border crossing (after Windsor-Detroit). The Blue Water Bridge (also known as the "Sarnia Bridge") links Sarnia's neighbouring village of Point Edward to the city of Port Huron, Michigan.
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As a safe and friendly border city, Sarnia visitors have the unique opportunity to enjoy a potpourri of wide ranging activities. From recreational programs, to amateur and professional sporting events, major entertainment, live theatre, protected marinas, boat cruises, cultural events, casinos, horse racing, fishing, sports tournaments, cross country skiing, skating, winter carnivals, the Celebration of Lights, etc., Sarnia has what you are looking for.
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Come and experience Sarnia-Lambton where your needs and expectations will not only be met; they'll be surpassed. Sarnia-Lambton offers big-city amenities along with the friendly hospitality that is associated with small communities.
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Sarnia Related Links:
City of Sarnia Related Official web site - www.city.sarnia.on.ca
Business Organizations - http://www.city.sarnia.on.ca/visit.asp?sectionid=371
Imperial Theatre - http://www.imperialtheatre.net/
Sarnia Transportation - http://www.city.sarnia.on.ca/visit.asp?sectionid=53
Community Services - http://www.city.sarnia.on.ca/visit.asp?sectionid=37
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