Life in Sarnia
Come grow with us and discover why Sarnia-Lambton is the perfect place to study, live, work and play. Home to just over 75,000 residents in southwestern Ontario, Sarnia offers many lifestyle opportunities to its residents. You will be impressed with our safe and friendly atmosphere.
On any given day in Sarnia-Lambton you could take in the sun and sand along our 115 kilometers of waterfront, or hike the trails through the Pinery Provincial Park, home to one of the world's rarest ecosystems -- oak savannah. You can see live professional theatre in a stunning heritage building, golf on one of Sarnia-Lambton's 20 scenic courses, or learn to draw or paint in an adult art class. Enjoy a family outing and see the birthplace of the oil industry and the site of the first commercial oil well in North America or visit one of our orchards and pick farm fresh fruit and vegetables. Many experiences await you here in Sarnia-Lambton. Come grow with us.
Come for a world-class high school education but stay for the sandy beaches, beautiful parks in one of Canada's warmest climates. The City of Sarnia has roughly 75,000 people and is situated on the south shore of Lake Huron. The city is known for its blue water and beautiful waterfront parks. It's the perfect place to improve your English, obtain an Ontario secondary school diploma and prepare for entrance into a Canadian university.
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