TOWN FOREMAN OF PUBLIC WORKS - This position will be responsible for outside operations in the areas of public works, water and sewer services, and road maintenance (winter/summer). We are looking for a capable individual to provide oversight and supervision.. View Details
Speed Limit Notice
West Street - East Street - North Street - 40 km
All side streets (inc Fishing Point Rd) - 30 km
School Zone`s (Goose Cove Road - Town Hall, Cohen`s Furniture - Royal Canadian Legion) - 30 km
Town Business Directory
Did you know that St. Anthony business listings are maintained with contact info and store hours of operation?.. [Click here]
View our Photo Gallery
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.
Please use the portal categories (above) to research all facets of immigrating to St. Anthony.. We hope you will consider the peaceful life and incredible beauty offered by St. Anthony and the surrounding region - as your permanent home..
New Interactive Town Map
Exploring our town map is now interactive - and includes many exciting new features.. Our interactive town map will help tourists, residents and newcomers to locate town businesses and town facilities.. [View Interactive Map]
Video Shopping Tour of St. Anthony
Take a video shopping tour of the major stores in St. Anthony (Grocery, Hardware, Pharmacy).. See how much our town has to offer.. More videos will be added soon..
Newcomer's Guide to Services and Resources
The Newfoundland and Labrador Newcomers' Guide to Services and Resources is an indispensible tool - with information about many essential facts, which will greatly help your adaptation to the town of St. Anthony.. Find information ranging from our provincial legal system to public holidays, metric system conversion, and much more..
Video: St. Anthony - A Great Place to Live
Quotes from Medical Professionals, who have Immigrated to St. Anthony:
"It is a beautiful part of the world. There is a certain romance to living in a sturdy little house on top of a hill; at the northern tip of one of the oldest rocks on earth, and one of the most beautiful ones, with a thousand miles of wide open North Atlantic at your back.. It is a very welcoming place; people are very friendly.. The community welcomes newcomers with open arms".. Dr. Massey Beveridge (formerly from Toronto)
"I was attracted first to Newfoundland because I've got some friends who came to work here originally; and they told me the place was really beautiful and it's a nice place to work. Basically I was working in the UK and I was tired of living in London itself because it was very crowded, and so I came to St. Anthony for a visit to see the place and I fell in love with it, so I decided to come and work here.. I've been working here for 5 years now.. The advantages here are that the community is small, there are a lot of interpersonal interactions; people are very friendly to each other and they try to help as much as they can in lots of ways.. St. Anthony in itself is a very beautiful place. I fell in love with it when I first came here.. I think there is something about waking up in the morning and seeing mountains and the sea around us.. It is very peaceful.. There is not a lot of pollution here.. We don't have a lot of traffic.. I think thre are a lot of facilities in this area for people.. We have skiiing in the winter, you can go snowshoeing, skidooing, or ice fishing.. In the summer, there is kayaking, or going on boat trips; also fishing, hiking, and people here don't realize how lucky they are.. In Europe or in the UK for example, living in a place like this would be very costly; one wouldn't even be able to afford housing in a place that is as beautiful as this.. So I think the lifestyle is very nice, and it is what really attracted me here in the first place.. When I first came, I was accepted as part of the community.. I didn't feel as if I was an outsider.. I felt at-home here, and didnt' feel as if I left another country and came here.. I just felt as if I belong.. They always try to help you as much as they can, if you ask for help.. I have made many good friends here.. I know they are people I can call on, if I need anything at any time.. Although, it seems as if it is a very small place, I think you would be really surprised when you get here... The other think I would say is that if anyone is interested; and is hesitant about coming; they should come and visit St. Anthony and the surrounding areas and they will be blown away".. Dr. Devicka Roopram (originally from Guyana)
"The advantages of living in a rural area is that you get fresh air.. You get to see natural beauty.. You can do lots of sports in winter like skidoo driving, skiing.. In the summer time, you could go fishing on a boat ride in the Atlantic Ocean; or you could even go and watch whales and dolphins.. So there is nothing which can compare to the beauty of a rural area from an urban setting.. St. Anthony is a small community where everybody knows everyone.. Very friendly community, people help each other very much.. One more thing is that St. Anthony is so close to the Atlantic Ocean; that it really has a lot of natural beauty.. It's got hills for skiing, walking in trails, or you can always go and watch whales.. You may even spot a polar bear.. We spend our leisure time, depending on the season.. In the winter time, I generally take my son down for skating.. This is a sport that he has learned recently here in Canada.. I might give it a try later on.. In the summer you have a bright sun.. You have the cool ocean near you.. We go to a nice place called Fishing Point.. We like it there, very much... They have a nice restaurant, where they serve seafood.. This is a very safe place to raise a family.. I can let my kid walk out and play and I don't have to worry about him at all.. It is a simple lifestyle of hard working people.. People like to do here a lot of outdoor activities, so it is basically an outdoor lifestyle, whether it is summer or winter.." Dr. Harleen Singh (originally from India)
Quotes from Residents, who have Immigrated to St. Anthony:
"My Wife Leslie and I (and our three young children) recently made the decision to relocate to the town of St. Anthony from Nova Scotia.. When we began the process, we were so pleased to find the town had an outstanding website, which offered in-depth information about the town.. We scoured it, and got a good feeling about calling this Northern Newfoundland town our home. We actually made the move in August of 2009 - and my wife and I and children could not be happier.. Firstly, the people are so great.. One local resident started showing us around even before we moved here.. We called the town recreation director and he chatted about the sports programs the town has to offer.. I even called the town manager, Mr. Curtis Richards, and he went out of his way to talk about the town.. The pride these people had in the town sold me on it, as my only choice for my family.. Our six month anniversary is this week - and we could not be happier with our decision.. We have integrated well as new members of the town.. My wife, Leslie, now has close personal friends, that feel more like sisters - and we still have a strong relationship with the people who helped us to make the decision to move here.. I could not be more impressed with the town - and I would highly recommend anyone consider this town for residence.. " Tim, Leslie Simon, Noah and Sophia Clark
If you are a St. Anthony resident (originally from another province or country), we encourage you to write your own testimonial about your new life in St. Anthony.. Send your written testimonials to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Draken Harald Harfagre Viking Ship arrival
The Draken Harald Harfagre is scheduled to arrive in St. Anthony late tomorrow evening, May 31st, weather / ice conditions dependent. Please follow their route at: http://www.drakenexpeditionamerica.com/
Thursday, June 2nd
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm an open ship has been tentatively scheduled. The public will be allowed to board the Draken Harald Harfagre Viking Ship and speak with the crew. Please check back for confirmed details!
7:00 pm: James and the Giant Iceberg at the Polar Centre. A fun family event with performers showcase clown, juggling, fire, music, balance, cyr wheel, dance, and art performance pieces. Admission is $10 for 17 and under. Adult: $15. Advance tickets are available for purchase at the St. Anthony Town Office.
Friday, June 3rd
6:00 pm – Newfie Scoff at the Royal Canadian Legion. Drop by for an opportunity to dine with the crew of the Draken Harald Harfagre and watch them become honorary Newfoundlanders! Please call 1-709-454-2340 for reservations. $15 per person.
Join us for a fun filled evening as performers showcase clown, juggling, fire, music, balance, cyr wheel, dance, and art performance pieces.
Thursday, June 2, 2016 at the Polar Centre.
Admission is $10 for 17 and under. Adult: $15
Advance tickets are available for purchase at the St. Anthony Town Office.
Red Cross Donation
On behalf of the residents of St. Anthony, St. Anthony Town Council has agreed to make a donation of $1,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to help those impacted by the fires in Alberta.
In addition, anyone wanting to make a personal donation to this cause is asked to drop his/her contribution off at the Town Office, Monday to Friday (8:30 am - 4:30 pm). Donations will be accepted up until June 11, 2016. The Town will forward all proceeds to the Red Cross.
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