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Situated an hour north of Detroit is Sarnia, Ontario – the largest city on Lake Huron and in Lambton County. More than 72,000 people call this mid-sized city home.

Recreation, Arts and Culture in Sarnia
With its vibrant arts culture, scenic waterfront parks, beaches and marinas, there are many things to do in Sarnia:
International Symphony Orchestra – an amalgamation of two musical ensembles, Little Orchestra Society of Sarnia and the Port Huron String Ensemble, this award-winning artistic presence has served the community since 1957.
Stones ’n Bones Museum – an international collection of about 6,000 artifacts that range from everyday backyard fossils to the rare dinosaur fossils.
Canatara Park – alongside more than 3,000 feet of Lake Huron Shoreline, this park is filled with numerous amenities for the family to enjoy. From an animal farm and beaches to bike rentals and picnic areas, this locale’s many offerings make it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.

Transportation in Sarnia
Students can find apartments and houses for rent in Sarnia, Ontario close to its post-secondary institution:
Lambton College – the city’s only post-secondary school was established in 1967. Since then, the applied arts and technology college has continually grown its enrolment, and currently provides higher learning to 3,600 full-time and 6,500 part-time students.

Transportation in Sarnia
If you’re renting in Sarnia, you can use the Sarnia Transit to travel around the city, seven days a week. Residents with disabilities can utilize Sarnia Care-A-Van, which operates on a door-to-door basis for those who are registered with the service.

 

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