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Haldimand Museums puts out call for entries for Haldimand County’s 26th annual Juried Art Show

Edinburgh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre in Caledonia is pleased to announce a call for submissions for the 26th Annual Juried Art Show. This art exhibition is open to artists of all ages and experience levels who work in any medium including—but not limited to—painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, ceramic, sculpture and mixed media. While the

Statement from Haldimand County regarding potential merger of Haldimand-Norfolk & Brant County Health Units

Statement from Haldimand County regarding potential merger of Haldimand-Norfolk & Brant County Health Units Background: In 2023, the Ministry of Health announced plans to strengthen the public health sector by offering one-time funding, resources and supports to local public health agencies that decide to voluntarily merge by January 1, 2025. Their goal is to better

Haldimand County partners with City School by Mohawk to offer free post-secondary programming in Caledonia

Haldimand County, in partnership with City School by Mohawk, will be providing a free Landscape Construction course to community members 19+ with little to no post-secondary education this summer in Caledonia. In the Landscape Construction course, Introduction to Decks & Fences, students will learn basic construction techniques to build projects relating to landscape construction including:

Public Input Required – Sunday Gun Hunting

Haldimand County seeking public input into permitting seven-day gun hunting in Haldimand County. HALDIMAND COUNTY, ON – Haldimand County Council has requested staff to gather information and input to consider permitting Sunday day gun hunting in Haldimand County during the gun hunting season established pursuant to the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act. Feedback regarding this

Ditch Burning

HALDIMAND COUNTY, ON – Over the last week, Haldimand County firefighters have responded to numerous fires resulting from the burning of grass and brush in roadside ditches. As the spring season unfolds and agricultural activities intensify, the Haldimand County Fire Department is highlighting the critical issue of fire spread dangers associated with burning ditches. While

Haldimand County seeking public input to modernize and consolidate business licensing by-laws

Haldimand County staff have initiated a project to review, modernize and consolidate its existing business licensing by-laws. The goal of the review is to ensure current by-laws are meeting regulatory requirements, protecting consumers and not imposing unnecessary barriers for businesses. Haldimand County currently licenses the following businesses: Hired vehicles Mobile food premises Motor vehicle racing