March of Dimes Canada Non-Profit Housing Corporation (NPHC) is a not-for-profit charitable organization that offers people with physical disabilities a single solution for support, care, and accessible, affordable accommodation since 1992. It manages five housing facilities in Ontario, with one them located here in Sarnia named Standing Oaks. NPHC’s Sarnia facility, Standing Oaks, is a supportive housing program and has been in operation since 2004.
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Incorporated in 1865, the Village Oil Springs is well known for its history as being the first location for commercial oil well sites in North America. With a strong heritage and dedication to its residents, the village’s mission is to provide its residents with the best available resources and tools to help keep the lines of communication and physical activity open within their municipal facilities
Established in 1958 and incorporated in 1977, the Sarnia Rugby Club is committed to growing the game of rugby and to providing all club members a positive rugby experience. The club is focused on delivering fun and safe experiences for life. The Mission of the club is to promote the participation and development of rugby in our community in a safe and sportsman-like manner.
Challenge Established in 1884, the Forest Curling and Social Club have been dedicated to proving the public the best possible ice conditions and social environment at a reasonable cost for all area residents. With four sheets they strive to provide great casual and competitive curling opportunities to all ages and abilities through house leagues and …
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