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.
A Mobile Crisis Rapid Response Team (MCRRT) is set to be introduced in Haldimand in April. The program partners a uniformed police officer with an experienced mental health professional to respond to 911 calls. For full story see Feb. 9 Haldimand Press.
The Dunnville Hunters and Anglers requested that Council approve gun hunting on Sundays in December. Council requested that staff follow up with a report. The Press spoke to Council to see what response they ve seen so far from residents.
The 2017 tax-supported capital expenditures for Haldimand County have been approved for $22,132,110 with an additional $146,906,650 approved in principle up to 2026. See the full story in the Jan. 26 Haldimand Press.
This year s first serious wave of flu has now peaked and is expected to peak again in about four to six weeks, says Haldimand Norfolk s Medical Officer of Health Dr. Malcolm Lock.
See the full story in the Jan. 26 Haldimand Press.
Karen General, Manager of Corporate Services at Haldimand County, announced during a recent meeting that the sale of Haldimand Hydro to Hydro One earned a $34 million profit, helping to double the County s reserves.
Residents will no longer have to travel outside of Jarvis for their daily dose of Tim s.
A Tim Hortons is set to open by the end of February on Main Street North in Jarvis. See full story in the Jan. 19 Haldimand Press.