Sarnia is located in Southwestern Ontario Canada, in Lambton County on the southern shores of Lake Huron. It is situated on the shores where the St. Clair River joins Lake Huron at the busiest section of the St. Lawrence Seaway. The Attiwandaron, Iroquois and Chippewas Indians were the original inhabitants of the area. First settlers arrived in the 1830’s and established a community called the Rapids. Renamed Port Sarnia in 1836 it was incorporated a town in 1856. The City of Sarnia was incorporated in 1914. The Town of Clearwater amalgamated with Sarnia in 1991 and is now called The City of Sarnia-Clearwater. The population is just under 130,000. The Blue Water Bridge spans the St. Clair River connecting Point Edward, Ontario, Canada to Port Huron, Michigan, U.S.A. It is a double span bridge that was constructed in 1936 opening in Oct. 1938. This route is often used as a short cut from the mainland of Southwestern Ontario affording entry into the United States. Popular people that call Sarnia home are Astronaut Chris Hadfield, Nick Bucci (MLB Player), Wayne Merrick (Ice Hockey Player), Dave Madden and Steve Molitor.
Sports teams and Stadiums
Cornwall Royals (Hockey), Sarnia Sailors (Hockey), Sarnia Bees (Hockey), RBC Centre, Sarnia Arena.
Sights & Sounds
Wawanosh Wetlands Conservation, Lake Huron, Blue Water Bridge, Lakeport State Park, Lake St. Clair, Theatre Sarnia.
Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport
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