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First vaccines administered in Haldimand

By Mike Renzella The Haldimand Press HALDIMAND—Residents and staff at Grandview Lodge in Dunnville were the first people in Haldimand County to receive a dose …

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Steps taken to reopen Hwy. 6 bypass

By Haldimand Press Staff CALEDONIA—Demonstrators announced Monday that the barricades on the Highway 6 bypass in Caledonia will be opened “by the end of the…

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3:22 am

Love, laugh, liver: the gift of life

By Valerie Posthumus The Haldimand Press DUNNVILLE—A chance reading of a newspaper article in January 2020 inspired Irene Bowden to answer the call for a…

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Area mourns death of Ken Hill

By Mike Renzella The Haldimand Press SIX NATIONS—One of Canada’s most successful Indigenous businessmen, Ken Hill, died in his sleep while staying in Miami, Florida…

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Myth or fact? Breaking down what we know about the COVID-19 vaccine

Myth: mRNA vaccines are too new; we don’t know enough about them. Fact: mRNA technology has been studied for more than 10 years, most often …

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County facility closures extended until February 11

To The Haldimand Press HALDIMAND—On Tuesday, January 12, Premier Doug Ford declared a 28-day state of emergency for the province. As a result of this…

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HN Social Services and Housing continues to offer support during COVID-19

To The Haldimand Press HALDIMAND—Haldimand Norfolk Social Services and Housing is continuing to offer support during the COVID-19 pandemic through the Housing Stability Bank Program. While …

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Nesathurai expects widespread vaccination in summer, if production remains steady

By Kaitlyn Clark The Haldimand Press HALDIMAND—Local Medical Officer of Health Dr. Shanker Nesathurai is excited to see the vaccine rolling out across both Haldimand …

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How time flies, and how things change: The evolution of The Haldimand Press

  The Haldimand Press as it is known today was born on January 16, 1975. It was the child of two local papers amalgamating – …

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Seniors coping with challenges brought on by COVID-19

By Sheila Phibbs The Haldimand Press HALDIMAND—While COVID-19 has been a challenge for all Canadians, seniors are among the most vulnerable in our communities. Whether…

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Have Your Say: Fuller, Re: Letter on Leslyn Lewis’ Facebook post, January 14, 2021

To the Editors, First of all, to say to Mr. Jason Dale, your letter was so true….

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Have Your Say

Have Your Say: Donald, Re: Letter on Leslyn Lewis’ Facebook post, January 14, 2021

To Mr. Dale, It doesn’t matter to me who you are or what you do or that you represent Haldimand Norfolk. My anger with you…

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