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PUBLIC NOTICE
The Town of St. Anthony would like to advise residents of North Street from the Northern Pen to NL Hydro and all side streets, Also, residents of Lock’s Cove Road Intersection, Juniper Road and Brunswick Road that the Precautionary Boil order has ....  Read More



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Notice – St. Anthony Harbour Ice Conditions
The Town of St. Anthony wishes to remind those using St. Anthony Harbour to be extremely careful. Outfalls are starting to open and the area opened by the Coast Guard vessel is now snow covered and dangerous. Please use ....  Read More



Coyote - Notice to Residents
There has been a number of coyote sightings in St. Anthony over the past couple weeks. As this matter falls under provincial wildlife, the Town has reached out to the department for assistance. The department is now proceeding ....  Read More



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The Iceberg Festival

The 11th Annual Iceberg Festival will be held in St. Anthony and area from June 7-16, 2019. Many exciting events will be featured for all to enjoy!

Check out the festival wesite for the full schedule of events


CLEAN UP WEEK

Spring Cleanup/Bulk Waste Pickup will take place between June 3 - 14, 2019, in
all 4 Sub-regions. Items must be placed to the curb by 8:00 a.m. on the same day
as collection of regular waste. We will collect all items by the end of the second week
(Saturday, June 16). Please do not call if items are not collected prior to this date. Items are not
to be placed to the curb after your collection day in the second week.
Scattered or loose items will not be collected!
All loose items must be boxed, bagged or bundled and tied!
Appliances and other metals should be kept separate from other items when placed to the
curb!
ITEMS ACCEPTED FOR BULK PICKUP
All bulk items normally associated with a household!
Box Springs and Mattresses, bed frames, etc.
Sofas, Tables, Chairs, Dressers, Desks, Bookshelves etc.
Bathroom Fixtures, toilets, sinks, etc.
Children's Toys
Household Appliances: MUST have all doors removed. ALL fridges MUST have freon removed.
Doors, Door Boxes, Window Boxes: glass MUST be removed
Carpet tied in rolls (less than 6 ft, less than 50 pounds)
Tree limbs tied in bundles (less than 6 ft, less than 50 pounds)
Glass - securely placed in puncture proof packaging & marked as "BROKEN GLASS"
ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED FOR BULK PICKUP
Electronics (computers,TV’s, etc. can be recycled at ANY NorPen Landfill)
Vehicles or Vehicle Parts (from cars, trucks, snowmobiles, ATV’s, etc.)
Earthen materials (stumps, sods, trees, etc.)
Roofing/Shingles, Construction Materials/Wood (other than tree limbs, doors, door boxes &
window boxes)
Brick/Concrete
Tires
Hazardous waste, Liquids, Chemicals, etc (can all be recycled at ANY NorPen Landfill Site)
Paint (recycled or take home recycled paint free from any NorPen Landfill Site)


Helping Hands 4th Annual Wine Tasting Event!

Where: Royal Canadian Legion - St. Anthony When:  September 20, 2019   For information and tickets   Contact:               Jackie Adey at 709-454-6000 (Limited Space)   Note:    No jeans allowed to this event!    

NEWFIE SCOFF

Newfie Scoff   Every Wednesday at the Royal Canadian Legion, St. Anthony  Starting On May 29th At 4.30 PM   Traditional Newfoundland Food ,Live Music And Screech-Ins .    

2019 PRIME MINISTERS AWARDS

FAMILY DOCTOR AWARD INFORMATION  


PROCLAMATION


Town of St. Anthony   Nurse’s Week May 6 – 12, 2019     Mayor and Council of the Town of St. Anthony wishes to recognize May 6 – 12, 2019 as National Nurses Week.    National Nurses week provides us an opportunity to recognizes the valuable contributions nurses make to our health care system and our community.    Keep up the exceptional work and we wish you an enjoyable “Nurses Week.”   Sincerely,   Desmond McDonald Mayor Town of St. Anthony

Good afternoon municipal partners:   I wanted to take a moment to share some information about a project, SkillsPass NL, which I have been fortunate enough to have been involved with over the last year.  The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador contracted Bluedrop Performance Learning to develop courses and on demand skills training to workers and businesses in the Province.  These courses are great for people entering the workforce, business owners wanting to have training for themselves and staff, and volunteer organizations. SkillsPass NL is a project that aims to reach and impact the NL workforce, especially small businesses.  The program aims to help employers improve workplace skills for their workers, help workers comply with regulations and inspections (and improve employability in the process), help job seekers improve their likelihood of success through improved workplace skills and job hunting techniques.   SkillsPass NL offers a number of courses, free, pertaining to Service NL’s inspections.  More information can be found at https://myskillspass.com/client/msp/servicenl/.  Some examples of courses are:  
Course Name  
 
Food Safety: Getting off the Ground  
Food Safety: What to expect when we’re inspecting  
Food Safety: Basic  
Food Safety: Not for Profit  
Food Safety: Temporary Food Premises  
Food Safety: Home Based Business  
Tobacco Retail: Responsible Retailing  
Tobacco Retail: Responsible Store Clerk  
Marriage Commissioner  
Marriage Licence Issuer  
Pool Operator: Be a Pool Pro  
Pool Operator: What to Expect When We Are Inspecting  
  Newfoundland Labrador Liquor Corporation, a Government agency, offers three courses relating to cannabis. One is particular, Responsible Retailing, is business related.  
Course Name  
 
Cannabis: General Awareness  
Cannabis: Be a Responsible Budtender  
Cannabis: Responsible Retailing  
  I wanted to share this information, which is really helpful for those starting businesses this Spring. Please feel free to share within your respective communities.   Take care,   Dolores   Dolores Harvey BizPaL Coordinator Government of Newfoundland and Labrador Service NL 2nd Floor, West Block Confederation Building P.O. Box 8700 St. John’s, NL, Canada A1B 4J6 T. 709-729-3482 C. 709-725-4353 E. doloresharvey@gov.nl.ca   www.bizpal.gov.nl.ca bizpal-logo  


St. Anthony Volunteer Fire Department


LABRADOR - GRENFELL HEALTH CLIENT EXPERIENCE SURVEY REPORT RESULTS

Click HERE to view link to view the Labrador-Grenfell Health Client Experience Survery Report Results...

Senior Housing Applications

St. Anthony Non-Profit Senior’s Housing Complex Inc. are accepting applications for the Senior housing units located at Ollerhead Road in St. Anthony, NL.  Click here for applications 

Anyone wanting to apply is asked to complete the attached application or pick up an application at the St. Anthony Town Office. All completed applications are to be returned to the Town Office.

Applicants must be at least fifty-five (55) years old and Household income before taxes must not exceed $32,500 annually to qualify. Only those that meet the requirements and are selected for a unit will be notified.

Town office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm. 


ANNOUNCEMENT TO PUBLIC


Labrador-Grenfell Health is beginning the community consultation sessions as part of our Community Health Needs Assessment. Click Link for more information https://www.town.stanthony.nf.ca/uploads/Community%20Consultations_Poster.pdf


PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

  

Courses offered at CONA


St. Anthony Campus


Courses offered at CONA



St. Anthony Campus 


NOTICE - CHIMNEY FIRES

  The St. Anthony Volunteer Fire Department would like to remind residents, who burn wood, to take extra measures to clean their chimney.  This a preventive measure to ensure your home is safe from chimney fires especially during the winter months.    Thank you for your cooperation!   St. Anthony Volunteer Fire Department

SAFETY MESSAGE


 

The Town of St. Anthony would like to remind walkers and vehicle operators that its everyone’s responsibility to ensure our roads are safe for pedestrians and motorists.   Therefore, we ask that walker wear light and reflective clothing when out after dark and that vehicle operators reduce speed and watch out for pedestrians when traveling along our streets.   Stay Active…  Stay Safe..   Town of St. Anthony  

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.  Electronics (E-waste) Depots in Subregions 1,3 & 4 are open year-round.  TV’S, COMPUTERS & COMPUTER PERIPHERALS, PHONES, CELL PHONES, DESKTOP PRINTERS, HOME AUDIO AND VIDEO SYSTEMS, HOME THEATRE SYSTEMS, VEHICLE AUDIO/VIDEO SYSTEMS (AFTERMARKET), PERSONAL/PORTABLE AUDIO/VIDEO SYSTEMS For more info. visit www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/nl

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. [VIEW SCHEDULE].

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, and faxing services. WiFi access and several public access computers are available too. We are located on the second floor of Town Hall on West Street. Call 454-3025 for more information on our services and programs. 

We look forward to your visit!


Recycle All Electronic Waste

Residents of Newfoundland & Labrador can now recycle their end of life electronics and help divert potentially hazardous materials from entering landfills. Items such as Desktop Computers, Portable Computers, Printers and Audio Devices are accepted. [View Details]


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