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Haldimand County to set up cooling centres, charging stations in response to planned Hydro One outage in Dunnville area

On Sunday, August 28, 2022, Hydro One will be performing repairs that require power to be shut off in the Dunnville area from 5:30 a.m. to approximately 2 p.m. In response to this planned outage, Haldimand County will be opening a cooling centre/charging station at the Dunnville Community Lifespan Centre. Residents in the Dunnville area

Wilson MacDonald Memorial School Museum annual Time & Talent Live and Silent Auction set for Sept 17

For those looking for a little retail therapy or want to get a head start on holiday shopping, the Wilson MacDonald Memorial School Museum is hosting their annual Time & Talent Live and Silent Auction on Saturday, Sept. 17 at the Selkirk Centennial Community Centre (34 Main St. W., Selkirk). The popular annual event has

Cayuga Heritage Centre announces August program schedule

The Heritage Centre in Cayuga is pleased to offer an exciting mix of programs for the month of August. August 9 (6 pm) – Presentation: Historic Mystery Series – True Crime The Haldimand County Courthouse has been the scene of many notable trials. This series of three programs will look at a different historic trial

Haldimand County seeking resident input to shape Multi-Year Accessibility Plan

Haldimand County is currently seeking resident input to help shape its Multi-Year Accessibility Plan. The plan will outline how Haldimand County will continue to identify, mitigate and remove barriers that people with disabilities may face when accessing municipal programs, services, facilities, information and employment. The development of a Multi-Year Accessibility Plan is a requirement for

New digital sign at the Hagersville Fire/EMS station supports community engagement and information-sharing

With the installation of a new digital sign for education and information-sharing, the Hagersville Firefighters Association is continuing its long tradition of active engagement with the community and supporting local activities for the benefit of residents and visitors. The Hagersville Emergency Services Station #2 (Fire and Paramedic) was constructed in 2017, and plays a central

‘Read your way to the Fair’ with Haldimand County Public Library

The Caledonia Agricultural Board and the Haldimand County Public Library have partnered to ensure more local children get to experience the fun of this year’s Caledonia Fair on Friday, September 30. Children entering kindergarten to grade 8 can come into any Haldimand County Public Library branch throughout the month of August, sign out books and

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