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Haldimand County Public Library announces free program supporting brain health

The Haldimand County Public Library has partnered with The Alzheimer’s Society to offer the Brain Fit Series, a free program providing awareness and education on brain health. Over the course of four weeks, the program will look at topics such as ‘what is normal and not normal as the brain ages?’,  ‘what effects does exercise

Emergency Preparedness Week 2022 – Be Ready for Anything!

Across Canada, Emergency Preparedness Week, May 1-7, 2022, asks Canadians to Be Ready for Anything! and take action to prepare for emergencies. Extreme weather is a prime example of a hazard becoming more common, which may severely impact communities. For that reason, each resident must be ready for anything. All municipalities plan for big emergencies.

Nomination period for 2022 municipal election begins May 2

Voting day in Haldimand County is October 24, 2022. Individuals who wish to run in the 2022 municipal election will be able to file their nominations with the Municipal Clerk starting May 2. Nomination forms may be filed in-person at the Haldimand County Administration Building (53 Thorburn St. S., Cayuga) during regular business hours, Monday to

Volunteers a key part of making Haldimand County a vibrant, caring community

April 24-30 is National Volunteer Week and an ideal time to celebrate Haldimand County’s dedicated volunteers for their substantial contributions to the quality of life of its communities. It’s also a great time for anyone who is looking to give back to their community to get involved close to home. “Haldimand County has always benefitted

A Reminder of Haldimand County’s Recreational and Non-recreational Fire By-Laws

The arrival of warmer weather has sparked an uptick in recreational and non-recreational fires in Haldimand County.  The Haldimand County Fire Department would like to remind all residents of our Open Air Burn By-law.  We kindly ask for everyone’s cooperation to ensure that all outdoor fires are safe and controlled. Haldimand County does allow small

May program lineup announced for the Heritage Centre in Cayuga

The Heritage Centre in Cayuga is hosting six unique programs throughout the month of May. The cost for all programs is $10 per person with pre-registration required. Residents can register online or in person at the Haldimand County Administration Building, 53 Thorburn Street South, Cayuga. May 2022 Lineup May 4 – Salute to Mothers, 1

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