The scenic Town of Channel-Port aux Basques is always growing and ever changing to better serve its residents and this new web site is part of that new growth. New features and benefits will be added to this site on an ongoing basis, so check back regularly to see them as they develop.
Feel free to browse our links and learn about our growing town, our people and our resources. But most importantly, join our 4,319 residents and feel at home.
The Town Council of Channel-Port aux Basques is pleased to provide a convenient means to access information for residents & visitors.
Visit our New YouTube Channel !!
A new YouTube channel has been created to allow us to post and gather videos related to the tourism and business sectors. We strongly encourage you to forward links of videos which relate to our town. Here's our first YouTube upload video.. A visit to the Grand Bay West Trail..
VIDEO - Take a tour of the Grand Bay West Trail
Canada's Ferry Gateway to Newfoundland
The gulf crossing between North Sydney and Channel-Port aux Basques is always a memorable lifetime experience. The ferries are among the largest ice breaking ferries in the world. They look like cruise ships and they can each take 1200 passengers and 350 cars. Book early to ensure availability.
Vote for our Splash Pad Project
Show your support between October 11 and October 28 for our Splash Pad project. Visit www.avivacommunityfund.org to register Share as much as you can
Posted: Sept 20, 2016 2:10 pm NFLD
The Town will be doing a cleanup around the former Fish Plant building and wishes to advise residents that if you have trailers, boats and anything stored by the building to please remove it. The clean up will take place in the coming weeks. Thank you for your co-operation.
Posted: Aug 30, 2016 3:46 pm NFLD
The Town of Channel Port aux Basques wishes to remind residents that the Snow Clearing Regulations states: Claims against the Municipality for damages to mobile or portable articles, garbage boxes, buildings, fences, trees, shrubs, hedges, rock walls and lawns on private property will be accepted by the municipality when they occur, as a result of being struck by equipment, operated by employees of the Municipality, or by contractors, during the periods of time they are engaged in work on behalf of the Municipality, and where they occur outside the street reservation of the Town Street the distance of same from the centre line being dependent on the street reservation of the street where the damage occurred, or where the mobile or portable articles, garbage boxes, buildings, fences, trees, shrubs, hedges, rock walls and lawns had been indicated by clearly visible markers. Damaged items will be repaired to a condition consistent with conditions prior to the incident.
Barry Spencer Town Manager
Posted: Oct 27, 2015 11:22 am NFLD
To report illegal burning or any other environmental emergencies, please call 1-800-563-9089.
Posted: Sept 24, 2014 1:50 pm NFLD
Subscribe to our New YouTube Channel
A new YouTube channel has been created to allow us to post and gather videos related to the tourism and business sectors. Make sure to share our posted videos with your friends.. Here's our first YouTube uploaded video.. A visit to the Grand Bay West Trail.. [Watch video]
Posted: Feb 20, 2014 10:22 am NFLD
Disasters can happen at any time! Be Ready!
A list of items to help you prepare for a disaster:
Store a three day supply of water, food, and clothing for each person, including supplies for family pets. Replace food and water annually.
Two litres of drinking water per person/day Prescription medications, glasses/contact lenses and supplies Flashlight and batteries Non-perishable canned and dried foods Personal hygiene items Cash Can opener and disposable plates and utensils First aid supplies Car and house keys Battery-operated radio Copies of essential family documents Change of clothing and footwear per person
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