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Algonquin Park to be featured as part of CBC show

An episode of a new CBC mini-series will watch over a group of wolf pups in Algonquin Park as they fight to survive.   Dugald Maudsley, executive director of Secret World of Sound, says the episode is one of three. The episode focuses on Algonquin Park with shots of Muskoka...

UPDATED: Hold and secure lifted at Archie Stouffer Elementary School

UPDATED Feb. 9, 1:00 p.m.: Officials have lifted the hold and secure at Archie Stouffer Elementary School.  Archie Stouffer Elementary School in Minden is in a hold and secure, as police investigate an incident in the area.  Haliburton Highlands OPP Constable Michael Melnychuk says residents can expect an increased police presence...

Maple Lake access point public, not private land: township 

Algonquin Highlands is clarifying a property ownership issue on Maple Lake.  The township says the public access point on North Shore Road near Dawson Road is municipal land, despite what officials describe as a small group of residents claiming to own the property to members of the public.  Officials say the property has...

Upcoming solar eclipse forces changes at Haliburton schools

Students with the Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) are having one of their days off moved.  The Professional Activity (PA) Day is being moved from Friday, March 1 to Monday, April 8 for elementary and secondary students.  "The reason behind this move is to support student and staff safety," says...

Minden Hills hosting open house on Family Day 

The Township of Minden Hills is inviting residents to an open house on Family Day.  Officials say on Feb. 19 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., the Minden Hills Cultural Centre will host various events and activities.   That includes a new exhibit at Nature’s Place, a book sale by the...

Hundreds of local students still lack updated vaccination records ahead of Feb. 5 deadline 

It’s the last call for local students to get their vaccination records up to date.  The Haliburton Kawartha Pine Ridge (HKPR) District Health Unit says students have until Feb. 5 to update their record with the health unit without risking suspension.  To attend school in Ontario, children aged four to 17...
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