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Haliburton Basic Income Group sharing info at farmers’ markets next week 

Next week is International Basic Income Week and the Haliburton Basic Income Group will be at all three Haliburton County Farmer’s Markets to engage with the public and offer information.   The concept of universal basic income is that all residents would receive a guaranteed income through unconditional transfer payment....

Algonquin Park expected to be full on most fall days 

The fall colours are coming out, and that means there’s high demand to visit Algonquin Park. Ontario Parks spokesperson Lindsay Davidson says the provincial park, hailed for its beautiful scenery, often reaches capacity in the fall. He says, to avoid disappointment of being turned away at the park, people should book...

Province giving $266,000 to projects in our riding 

Several projects across our riding will collectively receive up to $266,000 in provincial funding.   Locally the money will go towards expanding the Haliburton County Development Corporation Business Services Hub and the county’s Comprehensive Economic Development content development and marketing campaign.  Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock MPP Laurie Scott announced the funding Monday as...

Advance tickets required for Dorset Tower, now available 

If you plan on heading to the Dorset tower this fall, officials say you better plan ahead.   For the second year in a row, Algonquin Highlands has made advance tickets mandatory for weekend visits from Sept. 23 to Oct. 15. Weekday tickets can still be bought at the gate.  Chris...

Agnes Jamieson Gallery launches new ‘Shifting Lens’ exhibit 

A new exhibit has opened at Minden’s Agnes Jamieson Gallery.   Shifting Lens is a selection of 29 works of art by 15 artists from the Ontario Society of Artists’ eastern hub. Shannon Kelly, Minden’s Manager of Cultural Services, says the exhibit charts the evolution of art from the late 1800s...

17-year-old drowns in Burnt River 

A 17-year-old has drowned in Minden’s Burnt River.  Police say around noon on Wednesday, emergency services were called to the river after reports a swimmer had not resurfaced. Officials say CPR was attempted on site, but the Oshawa teenager was pronounced deceased at a local hospital.  Haliburton Highlands OPP is reminding people...
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