Haliburton County has a long way to go on housing, from increasing the number of units of affordable housing to creating incentives for private builders to expanding options for seniors, says Minden Hills Mayor Brent Devolin.
Anna Froebe cottaged in Haliburton County for 11 years, and then settled in as a permanent resident for five before launching her own business as a human resources consultant, but in just a matter of months since introducing HR Access to the community, s
More than any other time of year, the Christmas season seems to inspire kindness, compassion and generosity in people. Local charities and not-for-profit organizations appreciate this fact, and many of them have come to rely on this seasonal blossoming of
Donna Morrissey is a prize-winning, national bestselling novelist.
But she also dances to emphasize a point, floats around the room and even proves some air swordsmanship skills with an impressive Zorro mime.
Using information gathered this year, biologist Paul Heaven will be returning to bat roost sites in 2018 to better understand how the animals choose the locations they do and to gather more information on the populations that live in the county.
Like life, there s never a guarantee in sport.
However, the mixed U18 curling team that plays out of the Minden Curling Club is destined to grow as at team and, more importantly, as people, working through the early challenges of forming a team of boys a
With the impending Bill 148, Ontario s Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, poised to make a number of changes for employers, the Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce is commencing work on a strategy to strengthen support of local businesses.