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Open Fire Ban for Island
The Department of Natural Resources is implementing an outdoor fire ban for forest land in all regions on the Island of Newfoundland effective immediately. [More]


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Looking through the St. Anthony Photo Gallery, it always reminds us what a spectacular place we live in.. Whether the season is summer or winter, residents of our region are incredibly lucky to be able to explore the greatest place on earth.. [View Gallery]


New Tourism Mobile Website
The Town of St. Anthony is excited to announce our new "Mobile Friendly" website! To access our new website, just point your mobile devices to our normal website:
www.town.stanthony.nf.ca. Please spread the word to travellers and mobile users.


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St. Anthony Town CrestVisit our many attractions and see the vitality of our region. Learn about our growing town, it’s culture, and the many attractions it has. With a population base of 2,500 people and a regional population of 25,000, St. Anthony is the hub of the Great Northern Peninsula.

Visit nature's wonders, the rugged ocean coastline, witness the majestic wonder of the whales and icebergs, and the rich history which we offer. “Let Your Spirit Sail”

Our region contains many unique attractions.. Discover what the Northern Tip of Newfoundland offers those who explore this area..

Experience all that this region has to offer.. Iceberg & whale watching, incredible food & folk, festivals - all amongst mystical rugged ocean coastline and vast wilderness of pristine valleys & lake-dotted mountains..

Iceberg Capital of the World
Spectacular Whale Watching
World's Highest Moose Population
Seasonal Polar Bear Visits
Let's Go Hiking At Fishing Point
Curtis Memorial Hospital


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The St. Anthony community is very recreation oriented.. The town of St. Anthony Parks & Recreation Department offers a variety of community activities, sports programs, parks and playgrounds.. There is something for everybody here whether you live here or are visiting.. [More]..

Let Your Spirits Sail !! Experience Northern Newfoundland's famous unique brand of culture.. Tap into our local traditions, music, dialect and food.. You will absolutely never forget your trip to our region.. [More]..

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Please contact us with your news stories and advisories. Send us your scenic photos, videos, and written content.. Phone (709) 454-3986 or email us.


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Lion's Club Announcement
The St. Anthony and Area Lion's Club would like to let the public know the following information:

President: Max Sexton
Secretary: Salome Simmonds
Membership: Jim Hayley (454-3100)
Room Rental: Terry Simms (454-8803)

The 2014 Santa Claus Parade Date has been set for Saturday, December 13th, 2014.


Trade Show and Gala at Polar Centre

The St. Anthony and Area Chamber of Commerce and the Town of St. Anthony are working together to sponsor a trade show at the Polar Centre on September 19, 20, 21, 2014.. There will also be a Gala at the Royal Canadian Legion on the evening of September 20 with a guest speaker & band.. The costs of booths are as follows:

Regular booth 15' x 15'
($350 - includes 2 Gala tickets)
Corner booth
($550 - includes 2 Gala tickets)
Table ($50 - no tickets)
Additional Gala tickets ($25 each)..

 We encourage your company to be a part of promotion of business and commerce in our area.. If you are interested, please respond by July 31, 2014 indicating which booth you wish to purchase.. Call 454-3465 or email stanthonyandareachamber@yahoo.ca

[View Polar Centre Trade Show Layout]



Precautionary Boil Order Lifted
The precautionary boil order for Cabot Street, Cabot Crescent and Cormack Street has been lifted. The Town apologizes for any inconvenience this may have caused.


Bus Service to St. Anthony

Norpen Bus Service shuttles passengers between Corner Brook, Deer Lake Airport, Plum Point, St. Anthony Airport, Roddickton and Englee. This is a great way to take in the scenery along the famous Northern Peninsula's Viking Trail (Route 430) - especially if you are arriving in Newfoundland via Deer Lake Airport.
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Swimming Pool Is Open
The Olympia Swimming Pool is open for the 2014 season. This year's schedule features swimming times for adult fitness, families, parent-tots, laps, 'Dolphins' and open swimming. Come and participate in one of the best forms of exercise. Call 454-3880 for more details. [View Pool Schedule]


Viking Trail Tourism Website

The Viking Trail Tourism website (vikingtrail.org) is the best resource to learn about the Northern Peninsuala and Labrador Coast.. The website features a series of fun interactive maps, which allow visitors to learn about our attractions, towns, accommodations, restaurants, hiking trails and more. Please help promote this new website (wherever possible). As well, please encourage everyone to send magical photos and videos to info@vikingtrail.org.




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