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Dunnville splash pad decision deferred: Public meeting coming to discuss loss of wading pool

By Lindsey Stuckless The Haldimand Press DUNNVILLE—Haldimand County Council deferred the decision regarding a splash pad at Dunnville Lions Park until a public meeting is …

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Mohawk’s mobile classroom returning this summer

By Lindsey Stuckless The Haldimand County CALEDONIA—Mohawk College will set up its mobile classroom at the Haldimand County Caledonia Centre (HCCC) this summer to offer…

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Local businesses recognized at Business Breakfast

To The Haldimand Press FISHERVILLE—On Wednesday, April 10, 2019 Haldimand County’s business community gathered at the Fisherville District Lions Community Centre to attend the 11th…

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Hagersville Crime Stoppers serve up breakfast

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West Haldimand General Hospital Aux thanks volunteers

HAGERSVILLE—West Haldimand General Hospital Auxiliary held a volunteer appreciation luncheon on April 11, 2019. About 50 people attended between current volunteers and those considering joining. Auxiliary…

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Award presentation

Hagersville’s Volunteer Recognition and Awards Night

By Kaitlyn Clark The Haldimand Press HAGERSVILLE—The Hagersville Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual Volunteer Awards on April 11, 2019. Warren Burger was announced as …

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Controlled burn planned for Thompson Creek Restoration Project this April

To The Haldimand Press DUNNVILLE—In May 2018, Haldimand County Council awarded an $11,550 community partnership grant to the  Dunnville Horticultural Society (DHS) to bring the…

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Ziploc bags

Dear Trash Talking Trish & Tabitha: I have read in the waste & recycling guide that Ziploc bags are not recyclable. Can the bag be…

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Have Your Say

Have Your Say: Re: Students say no to education cuts, April 11, 2019 (Burton)

To the Editors, So, some students protested against proposed changes to the Ontario education system on April 4. A large percentage of those students probably…

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Have Your Say

Have Your Say: Re: Students say no to education cuts, April 11, 2019 (Gaunt)

To the Editors, Congratulations to all students of Haldimand County who took a public stand in defense of your education in a day of action….

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Have Your Say

Have Your Say: The greatest battle of an autism diagnosis

To the Editors, When my son was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), I thought that one of my greatest battles would be to understand…

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Toby Barrett, MPP Haldimand Norfolk

A budget that is protecting what matters most

By MPP Toby Barrett To The Haldimand Press Ontario’s recently-released budget for 2019-2020 is focused on what is important: The need to restore accountability, sustainability,…

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