New life for Town of Mono’s Baker property

December 12, 2013

For immediate release – December 12, 2013   Public/Private Partnership brings new life to Town of Mono’s “Baker” property   On Thursday, December 12th the Hills of Headwaters Tourism Association and the Greater Dufferin Area Chamber of Commerce proudly opened the doors to their newly renovated office space at the Town of Mono’s “Baker” property… Read more »

2013 Taste of Tourism Award Winners

November 20, 2013

 Honouring Tourism Excellence at the 2013 TASTE OF TOURISM AWARDS On Wednesday, November 20th, The Hills of Headwaters Tourism Association celebrated excellence in tourism and hospitality at their annual tourism awards ceremony. The evening honoured those businesses and individuals that exemplify business and customer service excellence, and who help profile the Hills of Headwaters region… Read more »

A Taste of Tourism Award Finalists Announced

November 11, 2013

Media Release   Celebrating Tourism Excellence in the Hills of Headwaters A TASTE OF TOURISM Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 | 5:30 to 8:00 pm Dufferin County Museum & Archives   The Hills of Headwaters celebrates excellence in tourism at our annual tourism awards ceremony: A Taste of Tourism on Wednesday, November 20th at the Dufferin… Read more »

Federal funding for Town of Mono’s Baker property

February 1, 2013

For immediate release – February 1, 2013 Federal Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund invests in Town of Mono’s Baker Property On Friday, February 1st, Dufferin-Caledon Member of Parliament David Tilson was on hand to announce a significant federal investment in the Town of Mono’s property on Hockley Road as part of the government’s Community Infrastructure Improvement… Read more »

OTF funding supports equine initiative

January 25, 2013

For immediate release – 25 January 2013 Ontario Trillium Foundation provides funding to help develop the Headwaters region as a centre of equine excellence The Hills of Headwaters Tourism Association is delighted to be the recipient of funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation — one of 425 not-for-profit and charitable organizations in the province that… Read more »