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Statement from the Mayor and Council RE: Caledonia Protest

August 7, 2020 There are many things going on to resolve this protest and it is changing rapidly. As an update today Haldimand County received the support in court for a blanket injunction covering our roads and property. Also the developers received judge’s support of their injunction as well. CN is currently getting an injunction

Caledonia Road Closures – Argyle Street South and Highway 6 Bypass

Haldimand County OPP are advising that Argyle St. S between Highway 6 and Braemar Ave, as well as the Highway 6 bypass in Caledonia are currently closed due to an active demonstration. Please avoid the area. For live updates and alternate routes visit https://511on.ca/ or www.waze.com/livemap.  

Haldimand County conducting COVID-19 business impacts survey

Over the last month, Haldimand County’s Economic Development and Tourism division has been reaching out to businesses across the county to collect key information on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted businesses locally. The division has developed a 10-15 minute survey for businesses. The information collected will be used to track the impact the COVID-19

Statement from Haldimand County Council regarding the occupation of McKenzie Meadows

On July 19, 2020, Haldimand County Council was informed of a protest taking place on the McKenzie Meadows development site. As of July 30, 2020, protestors remain on the property and construction work continues to be halted as a result. Haldimand County Council stands with the developer, Foxgate Developments Inc., and Six Nations of the

Haldimand County Council approves face covering by-law

On Monday, July 27, Haldimand County Council reviewed and approved a by-law requiring face coverings in specific enclosed public spaces where physical distancing cannot be achieved. The by-law, which aligns with the Haldimand-Norfolk Medical Officer of Health’s recommendations, takes effect August 1. The approved by-law is tailored to the needs of Haldimand County and provides

Haldimand County Council to review proposed face covering by-law

On Monday, July 27, Haldimand County Council will review a draft by-law that would require face coverings in specific enclosed public spaces or spaces where physical distancing cannot be achieved. The intent of Council is to 1) introduce face covering regulations that are tailored to Haldimand County and 2) provide flexibility for certain businesses to

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