We are Sarnia and Lambton County’s leading business organization and a nationally accredited Chamber. We are a 740+ member chamber of all business types and sizes whether small, mid-size or large. Our history is full of success stories about people and companies.


    At the Sarnia Lambton Chamber, there is something for everyone. Does your small business need customers? Does your larger business need help solving problems or assistance? Are you a non-profit agency that needs help building community relationships? The Chamber has programs, events, advocacy initiatives, marketing opportunities, and publications to meet your needs.

    It’s all here!


    The Chamber is available when you need help. Whether it is to give assistance finding a new customer through networking, solving an HR issue, accessing group programs and benefits, helping you navigate government bureaucracies, or connecting your business to new prospects, the Chamber is here to connect you to resources and opportunities to grow your business.


    We are conveniently located at 556 Christina St. N in Sarnia, ON. We represent 710+ businesses in Lambton County.


    We exist to be your voice of the business community. We are here to connect businesses to government, education, non-profits and other businesses in order to create and promote a strong business climate. You can make a difference in your community.

    Our history is certainly something for which we remain proud.

    Over the past 100 years, the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce has played an active and vital role in Sarnia Lambton’s growth. But even before its official incorporation in 1905, the Chamber can trace its roots back to the late 1800s.

    It all started on Feb. 26, 1860 with an informal meeting of prominent businessmen who wanted to increase economic trade and manufacturing within the town. A second meeting in 1871 took place of local merchants who again wanted to secure profitable industries and increase the economic growth of the city.

    In 1905, 33 local businessmen officially formed The Sarnia Board of Trade, with Sarnia Lambton’s economic prosperity in mind. Early on, the Board of Trade made a number of notable accomplishments. In 1909, the board successfully attracted a canning factory to the city benefiting local farmers and business, installed incandescent lighting along Front Street and increased marketing of Sarnia as a tourist destination.

    You can read more in detail by  Stephen Huebl of the Sarnia Historical Society  HERE

    The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is a non-share not-for-profit organization incorporated under the Board of Trade Act.

    Committed to supporting Sarnia Lambton’s thriving business community, the Chamber is governed by members of a highly dedicated volunteer Board of Directors. Our directors are from companies of various sizes and sectors and reflect the diversity of our membership.

    Each director brings with him/her a wealth of knowledge and experience and is committed to community leadership and supporting the Chamber’s mission.
 The board meets regularly to approve policy and to make decisions around the general governance of the Chamber.

    Current Bylaws.

    Proposed bylaws

    2017 – 2020 Strategic Plan.


Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is a catalyst empowering business to succeed.


We are the nexus of local business dedicated to fostering vibrant, diverse and prosperous communities


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  • Volunteers, staff and partners are important
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