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Rotary Club’s Bike Share Program returns

The Rotary Club of Haliburton says their free bike share program is back. Officials say the bikes returned to the racks outside the Haliburton’s Visitors’ Welcome Centre in Head Lake Park on May 11 and will remain available for use until the Thanksgiving weekend. They have all been refurbished to increase...

Mother’s Day ‘Food Bank Fill Up’ in Wilberforce and Haliburton 

If you’re travelling for Mother's Day this weekend, you might want to stop by the Wilberforce or Haliburton Foodland. The Haliburton and District Lions club is hosting a Mother's Day weekend ‘Food Bank Fill-Up' supporting local food banks. The food drive has been hosted for the last 2 years and takes...

MNRF issues flood warning for region 

A flood warning is in effect for our region.   The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says the Lower Pickerel and French River Watersheds are expecting higher than normal water levels and river flows over the next week.  Officials advise keeping an eye on both the weather and changing conditions,...

Work continues for new full-service, operating provincial park in Bracebridge

There has been "overwhelming support" for the project that could see Bracebridge's Bigwind Lake Provincial Park turned into a full-service operation.  Laura Bjorgan, senior manager of protected areas with Ontario Parks, says since the project was announced in June 2023, they've received over 6,000 mostly positive comments about what's proposed.  Bigwind...

Health unit warning of toxic drug supply in region 

Our health unit is warning of a toxic drug supply after a “notable” increase in suspected opioid drug poisonings.  The Haliburton Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit says it’s linked to a substance being sold as fentanyl or “down,” which is light yellow to light green in colour.  Officials say the...

Minden Community Garden gearing up for second season 

It’ll be a big second year for Minden’s Community Garden.  Gary Stoner, Chair of the Minden Community Food Centre, says all plots at the Minden Fairgrounds are currently spoken for, and renters are in the middle of pre-season preparations. On advice from the Haliburton County Master Gardeners, crops will likely go...
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