- Hal-Nor-Brant Youth Invited To Participate In Arcady Performance
- “It Was All Planned” – A Bayfest Wedding Proposal
- Port Ryerse 1794-1994 book updated to raise church bell-tower resto funds
- Ex-Prime Minister of Canada named Special Advisor on Retirement Income Security
- Practical repurposing or vulture circling? Norfolk wants empty Port Dover highschool for Library
Simcoe, Ontario – In celebration of the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne, MPP Toby Barrett is seeking input from the community for the Diamond Jubilee Medal program. http://www.gg.ca/document.aspx?id=14019&lan=eng
“As an MPP I have the opportunity to nominate up to 14 people from Haldimand-Norfolk,” Toby Barrett said. “So I am asking for the assistance of all those who are involved in their communities to submit names of worthy individuals.”
Keep in mind that worthy candidates should 1) have helped build the Canada of today 2) have distinguished themselves from others in their field by their achievements and sustained contributions 3) be highly respected in their community 4) represent the demographics of Haldimand-Norfolk
The Haldimand-Norfolk representative is asking that suggestions be sent to his Simcoe Constituency Office no later than April 20, 2012. The address is: 39 Norfolk Street North; Simcoe, ON N3Y 3N6.
For more information contact Barrett’s office at 519-428-0446-, 905-765-8413 or 1-800-903-8629.
Supplemental- Governor of Turks and Caicos Islands declares additional holiday to mark Queen’s Diamond Jubilee