Sarnia is located in the south western part of part Ontario in Canada. It is one of the largest cities on Lake Huron where the Great Upper Lakes gets empty into St Clair River.
The city got its name from Guernsey which is a Latin name in the Channel Islands off the coast of Normandy in France. Sarnia is also one of the largest communities in Lambton County. The port of Sarnia still holds an important center for lake freighters that carries cargoes of grain and petroleum products. It became a prominent water port in the year 1920s with the construction of many shipping facilities that still exist today.
The city of Sarnia has undergone many changes right from an Indian hunting ground to an large industrial center with upcoming settlements. Earlier the city was known as The Rapids.
The climate of this place can be termed as mild as per Canadian standards. Usually the winters are cold and summers are hot and humid.
The population of this place comes to 71,419 according to 2006 census.
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