Sarnia is a beautiful, modern, mid-sized city in Southwestern Ontario with ample outdoor recreation, a thriving arts scene, friendly people, and stunning homes.
Though its history dates back more than ten thousand years, it wasn’t until the mid-twentieth century that Sarnia became something a boomtown, its rich soil and easy access to harbours making it a major player in the steamship, energy, freight shipping, and agriculture industries.
Sarnia sits on the eastern bank of the junction between the Upper and Lower Great Lakes of North America. There, Lake Huron flows into the stately St. Clair River, which doubles as the Canada – United States Border, making Sarnia a touchpoint in U.S./Canadian commerce and an especially attractive choice for those who frequent Michigan or other parts of the Northern U.S.
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