Don t let its size fool you, the village of Selkirk has a lot to offer visitors and residents. See another in a series of community profiles in the April 13 Haldimand Press. Shown are staff at the newly renovated Selkirk Home Hardware.
As a result of a warrant search at a Dunnville property, Ontario SPCA warrant officers found 66 dogs of various breeds and numerous birds being kept in deplorable living conditions. See the full story in the March 30 Haldimand Press.
South Cayuga resident Morgan Kelly is on the University of Alberta Pandas team that won the University Sports women s hockey championship. See the full story in the March 30 Haldimand Press. Photo by Jason Scourse, Special To The Haldimand Press.
Haldimand heritage captured in one minute clips Haldimand s Heritage Minutes are a tribute to Canada s 150th birthday, thanks to Canadian Heritage s Canada 150 Fund. Click this article to see the videos.
All 74 residents at Leisure Living were able to return home by Monday, March 13 after a total evacuation. The top layer of the home s roof was peeled off an entire wing of the complex. See story in Mar. 16 Haldimand Press.
Between 2010 and 2014 Haldimand County OPP closed an average of 43 per cent of sexual assault allegations as unfounded, which means the police do not believe a crime occurred or was attempted, a recent study has found. See full story in the March 9 Press.
Powerhouse Project in Hagersville is working to empower young caregivers in Haldimand. Click read more to see photos from a recent Carer s Night Out in Hagersville or see the March 16 issue for the full story on this organization.
It s long been known as Cayuga Speedway, but the track on County Road 20, which is undergoing significant redevelopment, is getting a new name: Jukasa Motor Speedway. See full story in the March 9 Press.
What happens when grade 8 students are asked to cook delicious meals that heal? This was the question asked Friday, Feb. 24, 2017 at the Minga Cafe in Dunnville. See full story in the March 2 Haldimand Press.
Mayor Ken Hewitt announced that he has been in discussions with a consortium seeking to submit a tender to OPG for use of their dock. Council agreed to write a letter of support for the group, who is also seeking a partnership with the County.