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Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council RE: local COVID-19 situation, Caledonia protest

Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – March 3, 2021 COVID-19 Update I know that many of you are anxious and frustrated about the information surrounding the vaccines. It is a very fluid situation and the news around vaccines and its rollouts have changed almost daily. We have been working hard with the Health Unit

Grandview Lodge outbreak declared over

Effective March 3, 2021, the COVID-19 outbreak at Grandview Lodge has been declared over. The outbreak was initially declared on February 18 after a staff member tested positive through routine testing. This staff member has since returned to work and all routine swabs have come back negative for the virus. Grandview Lodge staff and Haldimand

Ontario Provincial Police and partners launch Fraud Prevention Month campaign

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Anti-Rackets Branch, Serious Fraud Office Ontario (SFO) and its Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) partners are launching their annual Fraud Prevention Month campaign. During the month of March, the OPP, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), CAFC and the Competition Bureau of Canada are joining police services across the country to promote public awareness to help prevent all Canadians from

Haldimand County Public Library offering free income tax filing service for eligible residents

Haldimand County Public Library, in partnership with the Canada Revenue Agency, is offering free income tax filing services by trained volunteers as part of the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program. This tax program will be offered as a drop-off only service at the Caledonia, Jarvis, Cayuga, Hagersville and Selkirk branches. The free tax program will

Haldimand County Emergency Services Advising Residents Of Spring Flood Outlook, Asks Public To Stay Off Ice

Haldimand County Emergency Services is once again asking the public to stay off frozen waterways and cease recreation activities on ice due to unsafe conditions. Despite the moderate start to winter through January, temperatures fell below the long-term average in February with much of the watershed seeing above average precipitation. These conditions have resulted in

COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force Preparing For Community Vaccination Program In Haldimand, Norfolk Counties

Haldimand and Norfolk’s COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force is preparing for the vaccination of the general public over the coming months. As per the Province’s vaccine rollout plan, vaccines are first being distributed to priority groups, such as acute healthcare workers and residents of long-term care and retirement settings. Vaccination of Haldimand and Norfolk’s long-term care

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