Welcome to Sarnia Lambton's Source for Local Labour Market Information and the Latest Research on Community Workforce Planning and Development

SLWDB is a leader in our approach to workforce development & labour market planning in Sarnia Lambton. Our team actively engages organizations & community partners in local labour market projects. We also conduct consultations with business owners throughout the year in order to identify needs & facilitate solutions to attract, train & retain a sustainable workforce.

WISL: Work In Sarnia Lambton is an interactive toolkit designed for job seekers and apprentices, employers, training and skill development resources, and community employment services.

Searchable list of job opportunities found exclusively within the Sarnia Lambton region. These postings are collected by WISL from the top 23 job posting websites for the area, reducing the need to ‘hop’ between job site search engines.

Geolocates the job opportunities listed on the Regional Jobs Board onto a map of the Sarnia Lambton region. In addition, built in filters make it easy to view locations for childcare, schools, apprentice-ship training, employment service providers and Ontario Disability Support Program centers to help job seekers find job opportunities and resources that best fit their needs, their lifestyle as well as their career path.

Easy to navigate georeferenced census population data for the various areas of Sarnia Lambton including total population by age group, languages spoken most at home, income level, and many other available metrics.

Visual tool that makes finding information about career paths between jobs easier. Using this tool, you can find useful information about job conditions, wages, skills, and more. You can also learn about how in-demand jobs lead into others, which can help you make a career plan. This tool is automatically updated every day with new local job postings, making it easier for you to take the next step in your career path.

More features to come! Check out the WISL Guidebook for user details and FAQs:
WISL Guidebook

To learn more about this year's research projects, check out our 2019-2020 Research Projects.

To learn more about employment and hiring trends in Sarnia Lambton, check out our 2019-2020 Local Labour Market Plan.

To learn more about local employers experienced with hiring and recruitment in 2019, and their hiring expectations for 2020, check out our 2020 EmployerOne Results.


We believe that Sarnia Lambton's workforce is a Discovery That Matters.