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Provincial Funding Announcement Provincial Funding Announcement Ontario Supporting the Humane Society Hastings Prince Edward  Investment in new facility will help provide animal care and deliver important community programs  November 23, 2021 BELLEVILLE — The Ontario government is providing $250,000 to support the construction of Humane Society Hastings Prince Edward’s new community and education centre. A major component of the planned new facility will provide space for important outreach programs, community recreational activities and events, as well as earned revenue to support the care of animals in need. The announcement was
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RELEASE - HSHPE Proceeds with Phase 2 September 3, 2021 – BELLEVILLE, ONTARIO  Humane Society Hastings Prince Edward (HSHPE) announced today it is proceeding with Phase 2 of its 3-phase construction project at 34 Wallbridge-Loyalist Road in Belleville. The decision means HSHPE’s Community and Education Centre will be built and completed together with Phase 1, The Animal Care and Adoption Centre, which broke ground in July 2021. “A lot of things have come together to make this happy announcement possible,” said Donna Endicott, Chair of HSHPE’s Board of Directors. “The combination of a recent anonymous gift and
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Ground Breaking Ceremony June 9, 2021 - BELLEVILLE, ONTARIO The Humane Society of Hastings Prince Edward (HSHPE), formerly the Quinte Humane Society, broke ground today on the construction of its new animal shelter on Wallbridge-Loyalist Road in Belleville. Belleville Mayor Mitch Panciuk and Quinte West Mayor Jim Harrison were on hand for the ceremony, which was televised on Facebook and on Cogeco’s YourTV. Both mayors reiterated their support for the building project. “Today is a really really important day,” said Mayor Panciuk. He stressed the important financial support the City is providing HSHPE,
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February Pawsitive News Happy Tails Ralph was adopted by one of our Animal Care Attendants in July of 2020. We have enjoyed being able to watch this little ball of fluff grow into a handsome young man in his loving furever home. "I first met Ralph when I was doing my Veterinary Assistant placement at QHS. He was just a small black puffball with an eye infection. He often got so excited to see you that he would slip and almost dive out of his kennel. I would go in and spent my breaks with him and try to cuddle him, which he had different ideas about. Ralph is an explorer and has no time for cuddles. I adopted
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Other News
Quinte Humane Society Seeks a Marketing & Communications Manager
January Pawsitive News
Mayor Panciuk delivers much needed funding for new QHS Home
November Pawsitive News
December Pawsitive News
QHS New Centre Scaled-down to Address Urgency
QHS Receives Major Bequest Gift for New Centre
The Pat Culhane Legacy Circle
October Pawsitive News
A Tribute to Pat Culhane
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