PUBLIC NOTICE

The Town Office will be available for phone calls tomorrow starting at 9am. Our numbers are 695-2214, 695-1995 and 695-7302. Town staff met today with community groups and emergency service groups in the province to discuss Hurricane Fiona. All groups are well

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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
REVISED WASTE COLLECTION SCHEDULE

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE REGULAR WEEKLY WASTE COLLECTION SCHEDULEWILL CHANGE FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 26, 2022 DUE TO THE FEDERALHOLIDAY OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2022. CHANGES TO THE WEEKLY COLLECTION SCHEDULE ARE NOTED AS FOLLOWS: REGULAR COLLECTION DAY REVISED

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Weather Alert

With Hurricane Fiona coming on Saturday the Town would like to remind residents to take in any items on your property like lawn furniture, barbeques and to secure items like trampolines, lawn mowers, etc. Take the next couple of days

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Notice of Request for Variance

The Town of Channel – Port aux Basques has received an application from Civic #24 Grand Bay West Road for a Variance to the required setback requirements to permit the construction of a building addition. The applicant is seeking a

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Notice of Request for Variance

The Town of Channel – Port aux Basques has received an application for a Variance to the required building setback its Development Regulations to permit the construction of a dwelling at 20 Water Street.. The applicant is seeking a variance

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Update | Wild Foxes on Hardy’s Arterial

The Department of Wildlife has informed the Town Office in Port aux Basques that they have not been able to capture the foxes, so, on Monday, Sept. 5, a local trapper will be placing leg traps in various locations along

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Tender for Rescue Unit

The Town of Channel – Port aux Basques is calling Tenders for one (1) Twelve foot (12’) Walk Around Rescue Unit.. Tender documents can be obtained from the Town Hall during regular business hours 8:30 am – 4:00 pm Monday

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Rare Historic Find

About our two Astrolabes

Two Astrolabes dated from the early 1600’s were discovered near Channel-Port aux Basques. They are both in mint condition and in working order. A very rare and valuable find for Newfoundland and all of Canada.

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.