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Mega Munch takes bite into Haliburton village

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One of Haliburton’s popular outdoor eateries has found a new home. Mega Munch food truck, now located across from the Haliburton LCBO, plans to fire...

New software helped Heat-Line grow

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Highlands-based company Heat-Line Freeze Protection Systems has been highlighted in a new federal study as a shining example of how investing in digital technology...

Summit a chance for tourism ‘refocus’

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Raising a barn is tricky to do on your own. With a group? It’s a fair bit easier, said Trevor Benson of Bannikin Travel...

Chef adds flair to Benoir Lake cuisine

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Chef Hugo Saenz has taken the long route to the Haliburton Highlands. After training in Mexico, he travelled across Europe expanding his culinary palette...

Chrysler dealership nears county opening

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It takes a car salesman to fall in love with a parking lot. And that’s what Reade Houston did when he and wife Jennifer...

Rising Thymes continuing Minden local food ‘tradition’

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Rising Thymes has replaced Organic Times on Bobcaygeon Road in Minden. Owner Yuki Renel said she’s keen to “keep the traditions” of the wholefoods shop,...

Scott talks economy and social services

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The cracks in the Highlands’ workforce took centre stage at The Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce’s (HHCC) first in-person event in two years. Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock...

Vintage shop finds new digs

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It’s a new era for Haliburton’s Mixtape Vintage. The retro apparel, accessories and decor shop has moved from its Highland Street storefront, shared with Russell...

Healthy communities ‘rooted in local business success’

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Into his second week as the Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce executive director, Robert Gaudette said his number one priority is talking to members. “I...

‘Hundreds’ of employers looking for workers

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BUSINESS: The HCHBA is looking for employers and potential employees for a job fair April 20 at the high school.

Entrepreneurs want to bring the fun to town

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Local entrepreneurs Joshua Karam and Erika Mozes are looking to inject a little fun and games into downtown Haliburton. Fresh off of opening Delancey Sports...

The Wolf Moon rises over the Highlands

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Reed Sacharoff needed a break when he left Toronto for his northern British Colombia home about two years ago. Then, COVID hit, forcing him...

Chamber: good signs but long road back

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As he delved into the details of Ontario’s latest economic outlook report, local Chamber president Mark Bell said while there are some encouraging signs...

Benoir Lake resort community breaks ground

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Work is underway on the Nomi Resort Club, a 51-unit recreational community on Benoir Lake, near Elephant Lake. Dysart et al mayor Andrea Roberts, deputy...

Bringing a little Italy to the streets of Dorset

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Owner Mike Hinbest and employee Shelbie Schumacher adopt a Vanna White pose as they show off Robinsons Café and Gelato’s main attraction - a...

Ontario opens business rebate applications

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Highlands businesses required to close or limit capacity due to COVID-19 rules can apply for financial assistance. The Ontario Business Costs Rebate program opened for...

Grants connect shops with locals online

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You can buy nearly everything online with a couple of clicks. But buying local? That’s often trickier. Thanks to funding from the Haliburton County Development...

Restaurant closed for failing to comply with COVID-19 regulations

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NEWS: Minden's 50s Diner is closed due to failure to comply with COVID-19 regulations.

Chasing the sweet treats to Carnarvon

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It may be on a different highway, but fans of The Country Bakery are finding the business’s new home in the former Zion United...

Rhubarb on the Hill to open this weekend

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Sir Sam’s Ski/Ride and event centre will welcome patrons to the new Rhubarb on the Hill this Friday, Dec. 3 as the Wilkinson family...

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