The moisture in the air was not enough to dampen spirits in Jarvis as the community celebrated Canada s sesquicentennial with the Welcome Home Festival on Sunday, May 21 and Monday, May 22. Click read more for more photos.
Disruption was the word of the day at a special meeting of the Hagersville Chamber of Commerce last week to discuss upcoming road and paving work. To learn more about the upcoming road work see the May 18 Haldimand Press.
I had the pleasure of driving Highway 6 again This road is deplorable, absolutely deplorable, said Councillor Tony Dalimonte on Tuesday when he requested staff set up a phone call with the Minister of Transportation. Read more in the May 11 Press.
Ruthven Park National Historic Site and Edinburgh Square Heritage and Cultural Centre were lucky enough to each have a museum intern to help preserve artifacts, archives and Haldimand s heritage. See more in the May 11 Haldimand Press.
A consortium consisting of Stelco Canada, Great Lakes Stevedoring and Breakwater Investments was given full County support on Tuesday to make a bid for use of OPG s west dock. See the full story in the May 11 Haldimand Press.
Grand Erie District School Board approved a $22-million facility renewals budget, of which Haldimand schools will see hundreds of thousands for everything from upgrading kindergarten rooms to replacing old flooring to purchasing new equipment.
The Haldimand Federations of Agriculture s Women s Committee held their 62nd annual Daffodil Luncheon on Tuesday, April 25 at the Kohler Agricultural Hall. See the April 27 Haldimand Press for more photos from the event.
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.