Environment Canada has plenty of methods of tracking storms as they develop, but they can t always get on-the-ground information leading up to and following a severe weather event.
To help them gather information and to better warn other communities o
Municipalities can lead the charge against climate change, according to Victoria Ervick and Tracy Roxborough of Sustainable Severn Sound. The pair came to Haliburton on May 8 to speak about how municipalities can develop a climate change action plan conc
For those with spring cleaning on their mind, many Haliburton residents look to the landfill as a means to minimize junk and clutter like furniture, stockpiles of oil and paint cans and expired tins of food but the Haliburton landfill is warning its c
Head Lake Park in Haliburton will be host to the first ever World Soap Hockey Championships a two-day celebration of music, food and some of the weirdest hockey you will ever see or play. The event will see more than 40 teams playing on eight soap-cove
The Haliburton Highlands Land Trust (HHLT) has been approved to continue with the second year of its two-year grant by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry Species at Risk Stewardship Fund.
There is a severe shortage of housing for the missing middle in Haliburton County. The missing middle are those who don t qualify or don t want subsidized housing and can t afford much of what s on the market.
A promise of funding from the province has given organizers of a youth hub the confidence they need to begin planning for a space that will give young people a safe place to go when they re not at school.
Kids made music by playing keys made of carrots and citrus fruit at the library booth. Families knocked pins by spinning a wooden top through the corridors of Skittles, an old fashioned board game, at the museum display.
Five years after a fire destroyed Nadine Artemis and Ron Obadia s home and the location of their thriving botanical health and beauty product business, the couple and Living Libations co-creators are ready to put down roots again.
It s fitting that with the launch of The Spoon Asylum, author Caroline Misner is living her dream, because the idea for the story that became her most treasured book came to the Eagle Lake resident while she was sleeping.
Volunteer Week is April 15 to 21. The Haliburton Highlands is fortunate to have many hundreds (if not thousands) of volunteers rolling up their sleeves and doing the difficult work of making the community shine.
There is a lot to be proud about after this year s performance by the Red Hawks curling teams at the Gore Mutual Provincial Curling Championships held at the Sarnia Golf and Curling Club from Feb. 15 to 17 in Sarnia.