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Haldimand County Public Library Offering Popular ‘Strengthen Your Mind’ Courses Online

Haldimand County Public Library, in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Society of Haldimand Norfolk, is offering its popular Strengthen Your Mind courses online. The courses will be offered online through Zoom twice weekly (Tuesdays and Thursdays) starting Tuesday, February 9 through March 18. Courses will take place from 1:30-3:00pm. The 6-week Strengthen Your Mind courses provide

Grandview Lodge residents, staff receive COVID-19 vaccine

On Thursday, January 14, residents and staff at Grandview Lodge received their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. In total, 109 residents and 33 staff received the vaccine on Wednesday, with additional staff vaccinations scheduled for a later date. Dr. Ahmed Kamouna, Grandview’s medical director, and a team of Paramedics and Grandview Lodge staff administered

Haldimand County Facility Closures Extended Until February 11 In Accordance With Provincial Stay At Home Orders

On Tuesday, January 12, Premier Doug Ford declared a 28-day state of emergency for the province. As a result of this announcement, all Haldimand County facility closures currently in effect will extend until at least February 11, 2021. The provincial orders issued on Tuesday have not resulted in any customer-facing service impacts beyond what was

Haldimand County Emergency Services Reminds Residents To Stay Off Partially Frozen Waterways

Haldimand County Emergency Services is reminding the public to be extremely cautious around partially frozen waterways. Due to recent mild temperatures, venturing out onto ice for recreational activities is not safe and strongly discouraged. “In Haldimand County we are lucky to be so close to Lake Erie, the Grand River, and an abundance of ponds,

Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council on the local COVID-19 situation – Jan 10

COVID-19 Update First of all, Happy New Year to all of you. I hope that you had a great holiday season given the circumstances. I am excited that 2021 will be a different year and that ultimately it will be the year remembered as us turning the corner on this virus and conquering it in

2021 Non-Recreational Burn Permits Now Available Online

Haldimand County has launched a new, online burn permit application for residents. The convenient online process allows residents of rural areas to apply for and receive burn permits without an in-person visit to the Administration Building. Residents who wish to apply may access the form at HaldimandCounty.ca/apply. Burn permits are required for all open air,