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Haldimand County Administration Building Ribbon Cutting & Dedication Ceremony Postponed Due To Gathering Limit Reductions

On  Saturday, September 19, 2020, Premier Doug Ford announced new restrictions for gathering limits across the province (10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors). As such, the ribbon-cutting and building dedication ceremony scheduled for Monday, September 21 at 5pm has been postponed. The County will announce a new date for the ceremony once gathering limits

Haldimand County Launches Digital Service Squad To Help Small Businesses With eCommerce, Pandemic Recovery

Haldimand County has received a $94,000 grant from Digital Main Street Ontario for a Digital Service Squad (DSS) to help small main street businesses in the region use digital technologies to adapt to a rapidly changing environment. Grand Erie Business Centre is supporting this grant through in-kind administrative support in excess of $12,000.  Funding for

Haldimand County Council continues to push for resolution of McKenzie Meadows occupation

Haldimand County Council continues to push provincial and federal agencies – including the Ontario Provincial Police and Ministry of Crown-Indigenous Relations – for an expeditious resolution of the McKenzie Meadows occupation. Council remains adamant that illegal activities and behaviors in contravention with the law must be prosecuted accordingly, and reminds anyone attending the McKenzie Meadows

Haldimand County Terminates Declared COVID-19 Emergency, Reminds Public To Remain Vigilant And Follow Public Health Orders

Haldimand County has terminated its emergency declaration that was instated on March 25, 2020 due to COVID-19. This decision aligns with the termination of the provincial emergency and comes as the County moves from an emergency response focus toward recovery. Though the emergency has been terminated, municipal and provincial orders that were introduced while the

Haldimand Museums Scheduled To Re-Open To The Public September 8 With New Exhibits

Haldimand County is pleased to announce the re-opening of its remaining two museums to the public following recent pandemic closures. As of Tuesday, September 8, Wilson MacDonald Memorial School Museum in Selkirk and Edinburgh Square Heritage and Cultural Centre in Caledonia will be open, along with the already reopened Heritage Centre located within the Cayuga

Statement from the Haldimand County Police Services Board RE: Caledonia protests

On Wednesday, August 26, the Haldimand County Police Services Board (PSB) met to discuss the ongoing issue of illegal protests in Caledonia, related policing concerns and the significant impacts these incidents are having on the broader community. The PSB recognizes that legally, its role is not to direct police operations. Rather, the PSB’s role is

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