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That’s life in Sarnia-Lambton.

Living In Sarnia-Lambton

Located on the blue shores of Lake Huron, Sarnia-Lambton gives you an affordable balance of urban and rural life.

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Working In Sarnia-Lambton

Sarnia-Lambton offers a wide range of employment opportunities to satisfy a variety of career choices.

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Sarnia Industrial Aerial

Average net employment income is $69,298 above Ontario average of $68,628.

Enbridge Gas

Sarnia is a leading hub for sustainable and innovative energy solutions with a rich history in the petrochemical industry, home to the first petroleum refinery.

Cheerful Woman in a car

More than half of Sarnia-Lambton residents only commute for less than 15 minutes, while 90% commute for less than 30 minutes.

Things To Do

Whether you like to hike, swim, cycle or enjoy a patio with a waterfront view, Sarnia-Lambton has it all.

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Each of our communities offers unique features that make Lambton County a diverse place to live, work and enjoy our natural resources.

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Aamjiwnaang first nations

Sarnia-Lambton includes eleven municipalities and the three First Nations of Aamjiwnaang, Bkejwanong and Kettle & Stony Point

Point Edward Waterfront

Sarnia-Lambton has a diverse community with over 20,000 people with origins outside North America, including 5,000 Indigenous people. There are 12 active multicultural groups across Lambton County hosting activities year around.