Sarnia-Lambton

The electoral district of Sarnia-Lambton, located on the south shore of Lake Huron in Southwestern-Ontario, has a population for 105 360 with 78 909 registered voters across eight communities: the City of Sarnia; the towns of Petrolia and Plympton-Wyoming; the villages of Oil Springs and Point Edward; the townships of Enniskillen and St. Clair and; Sarnia Indian Reserve No. 45. Sarnia-Lambton is bordered to the North, East, and South by the electoral district of Lambton-Kent-Middlesex and to the West by the State of Michigan.

Containing a healthy mix of urban and rural areas, Sarnia-Lambton has a lot to offer residents, visitors and industry. Sarnia-Lambton is known for the discovery of oil with the Oil Springs home to the first commercially drilled oil well in North America. Since then Sarnia-Lambton has maintained a strong connection to the petrochemical industry with a number of refineries currently located throughout the area.

In addition to the petrochemical industry, Sarnia-Lambton is home to a strong agricultural sector and a growing tourism industry that revolves around the area’s natural beauty and the many events taking place throughout the year.


Government Docks at Night. Photo courtesy of Daniel Bellyk of Sarnia

Sarnia-Lambton: Locate Here, Live Here, Play Here!

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