Board of Health Meeting Scheduled for November 16, 2023
The in-person meeting will be LIVE streamed through the HKPR District Health Unit’s YouTube Channel
PORT HOPE, ON (November 13, 2023) - The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge, District Health Unit (HKPR District Health Unit) would like to advise media and the community of an upcoming Board of Health meeting scheduled for Thursday, November 16, at 9:30 a.m.
The Board of Health meeting will be held in-person at HKPR District Health Unit – Lindsay Office located at 108 Angeline Street, and recorded LIVE and streamed through the HKPR District Health Unit’s YouTube Channel.
Items on the Board of Health meeting agenda include:
- Medical Officer of Health Update
- Reports: Small Drinking Water Systems
- New Business: 2024 Budget Development
- New Business: Letter of Support re: Bill 103, Smoke-Free Ontario Amendment Act (Vaping is not for Kids)
- New Business: Memo from Chief Medical Officer of Health, Strengthening Public Health – Voluntary Mergers
- Correspondence: Report to the Ministry of Health, White Paper Highlighting the Vital Role of Public Health Inspectors with a Responsive and Effective Public Health Workforce
How to Attend
Members of the media and community are welcome to attend virtually by accessing our YouTube Channel.
Agenda and Board Package
For a copy of the agenda and Board of Health package, or to view upcoming meetings and previous minutes please visit hkpr.on.ca/BOH or contact Ashley Beaulac, Manager of Communication Services at email@example.com.
Ashley Beaulac, Manager of Communication Services, HKPR District Health Unit, 1-866-888-4577 ext. 1212, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit
The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit provides important public health programs and services to residents in Northumberland County, Haliburton County, and the City of Kawartha Lakes. Our dedicated team of public health professionals, led by our Medical Officer of Health, promote healthy living, protect against disease, and prevent illness and injury. We work with health care providers and community partners to address emerging health issues, service gaps and social inequities to support residents in being well and reaching their full potential. Our values of trust, engagement, accountability, and leadership guide what we do every day. Learn more at www.hkpr.on.ca.