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Below is a list of media releases sent out by the staff and programs at the Haldimand-Norfolk Unit.

  • Free Prenatal Health Fair Wednesday

    SIMCOE, ON, SEPT. 25, 2008 – About two dozen exhibits geared to pregnancy will be featured at the area’s first Prenatal Health Fair next Wednesday, Oct. 1, at the Simcoe Recreation Centre. New parents or those expecting or planning a child are being urged to attend the free event, which runs for one evening only […]

  • Trail Day in Norfolk on Sunday, Sept. 28

    SIMCOE, SEPT. 18, 2008 – Local trail enthusiasts are celebrating Ontario Hiking Week on Sunday, Sept. 28, the day declared by Norfolk Council as Trail Day in Norfolk. Norfolk Pathways for People and the Lynn Valley Trail Association are encouraging people to join them from 2 to 4 p.m. for a guided walk on the […]

  • Free step counter encourages walking in Haldimand

    SIMCOE, ON, OCT. 23, 2008 – The Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit is encouraging residents to add more steps to their day using free pedometers through the Haldimand County Public Library. The Health Unit has teamed up with the library and the Leisure Services Division of the County’s Community Services Department to make these step counters available […]

  • Free Prenatal Fair coming to Simcoe Oct. 1

    SIMCOE, ON, SEPT. 4, 2008 – New parents or those expecting or planning a child are being urged to attend the area’s first Prenatal Fair at the Simcoe Recreation Centre on Wednesday, Oct. 1. “This is the first Prenatal Fair ever held in our community,” said Judith Hayman, Public Health Nurse and Lactation Consultant with […]

  • Bird tests positive for West Nile virus

    SIMCOE, ON, AUG. 28, 2008 – A dead crow picked up in Simcoe has tested positive for West Nile virus. “This is the first dead bird to test positive in Haldimand or Norfolk this season and it proves we have West Nile virus activity in the area,” said Cathy Lanni, Senior Health Inspector for the […]