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PUBLIC NOTICE

THE TOWN OF ST. ANTHONY WOULD LIKE TO INFORM ALL RESIDENTS THAT THERE WILL BE A DETOUR ON EAST STREET DOWN TO LITTLE BREHAT ROAD DUE TO TOWN CREW WORKING IN THE AREA. PLEASE PROCEED WITH CAUTION. THE TOWN APPOLIGIZES
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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

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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
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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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Notice - Town of St. Anthony

Summer is a very busy time in our community, students are out and about enjoying playgrounds, parks and courts. As a result, the Town of St. Anthony request that vehicle operators abide by ....  Read More



Town of St. Anthony Sponsorship-Score Clock Polar Center The St. Anthony Recreation Department is moving forward with the replacement of its old score clock that presently ....  Read More



NORPEN WASTE MANAGEMENT ELECTRONICS RECYCLING
Do you have electronics that you need to dispose of? If so, deliver items to one of Norpen’s Electronics’ Depots at Subregion 1 Landfill, near St. Anthony; Subregion 3 Landfill, near St. Barbe or Subregion 4 Landfill near Hawke’s Bay. ....  Read More



Lyme Disease Advisory
Lyme disease is a serious illness caused by the bite of an infected blacklegged tick. Blacklegged ticks can be active throughout much of the year, however your ....  Read More



Indoor Walking Track Schedule
The walking track schedule (effective April 16, 2018) has been issued. Come and enjoy a great opportunity to improve your health - especially during those days that our weather is not cooperative. ....  Read More



Public Library

The St. Anthony Public Library offers a collection of books, audiobooks, DVDs and more! Through www.nlpl.ca you can also check out eBooks as well as digital magazines and newspapers. The library offers copy, printing, ....  Read More



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