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Water safety bulletin in effect for northwest portion of County of Haliburton

Environment Canada is forecasting a chance of thunderstorms this week after 105mm of rain has already fallen over the past three. Officials with the Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources, and Forestry advise water levels and river flows are higher than they normally are around this time of year....

Unvaccinated Canadians allowed to travel domestically and internationally beginning June 20th

Unvaccinated Canadians will soon be able to board a plane or train. Federal officials announced Tuesday afternoon that, as of June 20th, the vaccine mandate for domestic and outbound international travellers will end. The restriction was announced last October as a way to slow the spread of COVID-19. Those coming back to...

Local health unit says still a time a place for masks

 The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit is encouraging people to continue taking precautions against COVID-19, especially now that most restrictions and mask mandates have ended. With summer providing a bit of a break from COVID-19 as more people spend time outdoors, the organization reminds us that the virus...

Three planned power outages scheduled for County of Haliburton

Hydro One is investing to improve reliability for residents and businesses in the County of Haliburton. There will be planned power outages this month while upgrades are made to the area's infrastructure and critical forestry maintenance. Two power outages will happen while arborists undertake forestry maintenance by removing two large, dead...

Random COVID-19 testing to be suspended at Canadian airports

Mandatory COVID-19 testing for fully vaccinated travellers will soon be temporarily lifted at airports in Canada. Reports say the federal government will end the practice as soon as tomorrow (Saturday) and only unvaccinated travellers will be required to take a test when entering Canada. The testing for fully vaccinated travellers will...

Area Long-Term Care coalition urging community support at public meetings

The Haliburton Highlands Long-Term Care Coalition says it isn’t time to fix Ontario’s long-term care system. It is time to completely change it. Bonnie Roe is the group’s chair, and she says the pandemic has shed a spotlight on a broken long-term care structure which has been a long-standing issue...
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