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Faces of Paramedicine Week; Spotlight on Haldimand County’s Specialty Paramedic Program

Haldimand County’s Paramedic Specialty Programs are essential in delivering specialized in-home service through community outreach programs while offering mobility in care with our Bike Medic Program. These personalized programs keep our community healthy and provide specific care to our residents based on their needs. One of its initiatives is to incorporate animal therapy into the

Haldimand County launches new pickleball programs for adults and youth

Haldimand County is excited to announce the launch of pickleball programs for both adults and youth. The programs will introduce participants to the fundamentals of the sport and encourage more recreational use of the existing courts in each community. Courses will include Introductory Workshops for Adults in Caledonia, Dunnville and Jarvis as well as Introductory

Statement on the Status of Nanticoke MZO Application

At this time, the County has not received any official word on the status of the Nanticoke MZO from the province. Until we do, no County decisions or actions on this project will be made.

Submissions for 24th Annual Juried Art Exhibition to open May 10

After a two-year hiatus, Edinburgh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre is pleased to announce the return of Haldimand County’s Juried Art Exhibition with a call for submissions for the 24th annual show. The Juried Art Exhibition is open to emerging or established artists working in all media including, but not limited to, painting, drawing, printmaking,

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.