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Flood Watch issued for Lake Erie shoreline, Port Maitland, areas downstream of Dunnville Dam

A Flood Watch has been issued for residents in Zone 1 along the Lake Erie shoreline, Port Maitland & areas downstream of the Dunnville Dam. The current Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) surge model forecast for the eastern end of Lake Erie is indicating a rise in lake levels of 1.85 metres (6.1

Haldimand County one of dozens of Ontario paramedic services impacted by potential third party cyber incident; 911 services not affected

Haldimand County Paramedic Services has been informed that the third-party platform it uses to record patient data has been taken offline in response to a potential cybersecurity incident. This situation is currently impacting many paramedic services across Ontario. This service interruption does not affect the paramedics services ability to respond to 9-1-1 emergency calls. There

Haldimand County welcomes 2022-2026 Council at Inaugural Meeting of new term

On November 15, 2022, Haldimand hosted its Inaugural Meeting for the new term of Council. The meeting began with a brief ceremony that included the Declarations of Office for the Mayor and each individual Councillor. As part of the ceremony, Mayor Shelley Ann Bentley delivered an inaugural speech thanking the community for its support, congratulating

Government of Canada Supports Haldimand County through the Tourism Relief Fund

Haldimand County is pleased to announce the receipt of a non-repayable contribution of $94,105 from Ontario’s Southwest Regional Tourism Organization to create a new tourism experience development program, “From Great to Grand: Growing Tourism Experiences in Haldimand County.”  The program aims to bring multiple businesses through the experience development process, promoting the launch of new

Haldimand County Fire Department shares important reminders ahead of Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week – November 1-7

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week runs from November 1-7, and Haldimand County Fire Department is reminding residents of steps they can take to keep their families safe and prevent a carbon monoxide-related tragedy. “In Ontario, more than 65% of injuries and deaths from CO occur in the home,” said Haldimand County Fire Chief Jason Gallagher. “We want to make

Haldimand County-Niagara College partnership brings post-secondary Personal Support Worker college program to Dunnville

Haldimand County and Niagara College Canada have once again partnered to offer the Personal Support Worker (PSW) college certificate program at Grandview Lodge in Dunnville starting in January 2023. A drop-in information session will be held on November 16, 2022 from 5 to 8 p.m in the Grandview Lodge Auditorium (657 Lock St. W) for