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A prototype of a new electric vehicle licence plate for Newfoundland and Labrador.

Wednesday, November 20

Provincial Government Highlights Prototype of Electric Vehicle Licence Plates

A prototype of a new electric vehicle licence plate for Newfoundland and Labrador.

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A washout in the T’Railway Provincial Park located immediately west of the culvert under the Trans-Canada Highway at the Wreckhouse parking lot.

Tuesday, November 19

Public Advisory: T’Railway Provincial Park closed in Wreckhouse Area

A washout in the T’Railway Provincial Park located immediately west of the culvert under the Trans-Canada Highway at the Wreckhouse parking lot.

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A washout in the Robaires River area of the T’Railway Provincial Park.

Friday, November 01

Public Advisory: Washout in T’Railway Provincial Park east of Black Duck Siding

A washout in the Robaires River area of the T’Railway Provincial Park.

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A map of the trail extension

Friday, November 01

Minister Byrne Announces Snowmobile Trail Extension to Improve Access

A map of the trail extension

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Pictured are, from left: Bernice Hancock, Executive Director, Community Education Network of Southwestern NL; Mike Kearley, General Manager, Vine Place Community Centre (partner with research proponent Corner Brook Status of Women Council); Paula Sheppard-Thibeau, Executive Director, Corner Brook Status of Women Council; Christine Young, CEO, YMCA of Western Newfoundland; and Sharon McLennon, Director, Newfoundland and Labrador Workforce Innovation Centre.

Monday, August 19

New Research Projects to Benefit Youth, Women, and Social Enterprise in Western Newfoundland

Pictured are, from left: Bernice Hancock, Executive Director, Community Education Network of Southwestern NL; Mike Kearley, General Manager, Vine Place Community Centre (partner with research proponent Corner Brook Status of Women Council); Paula Sheppard-Thibeau, Executive Director, Corner Brook Status of Women Council; Christine Young, CEO, YMCA of Western Newfoundland; and Sharon McLennon, Director, Newfoundland and Labrador Workforce Innovation Centre.

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Sarah Stoodley, Parliamentary Secretary for Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation recently joined Teresita McCarthy, President of the Museum Association of Newfoundland and Labrador to proclaim July 20 as Museum Day in the province.

Monday, July 22

Provincial Government Proclaims Museum Day

Sarah Stoodley, Parliamentary Secretary for Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation recently joined Teresita McCarthy, President of the Museum Association of Newfoundland and Labrador to proclaim July 20 as Museum Day in the province.

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Colby House of Massey Drive has claimed the Designer’s Choice title and a $500-voucher from Loop Tackle for his original fly design.

Thursday, July 11

International Year of the Salmon Fly Competition Winners Announced

Colby House of Massey Drive has claimed the Designer’s Choice title and a $500-voucher from Loop Tackle for his original fly design.

The bottom fly was an original design by Colby House that claimed the Designer’s Choice title and a $500 voucher from Loop Tackle. It is known as the ‘Portland Creek’ which represents the salmon as a symbol of courage and persistence. The top fly is from Mike Garland of St. Phillip’s who claimed second place honours and a $250-voucher from Loop Tackle for ‘A Salmon’s Life’ which illustrates the life of a salmon, as well as his favourite time to fish – sunrise and sunset.

The bottom fly was an original design by Colby House that claimed the Designer’s Choice title and a $500 voucher from Loop Tackle. It is known as the ‘Portland Creek’ which represents the salmon as a symbol of courage and persistence. The top fly is from Mike Garland of St. Phillip’s who claimed second place honours and a $250-voucher from Loop Tackle for ‘A Salmon’s Life’ which illustrates the life of a salmon, as well as his favourite time to fish – sunrise and sunset.

Blue Charm has been voted Newfoundland and Labrador’s favourite salmon fly, receiving 42 per cent of the vote in the International Year of the Salmon Fly Competition, Angler’s Choice stream. White Thunder and Lightning has been voted Newfoundland and Labrador’s second favourite salmon fly with 14 per cent of the vote in the International Year of the Salmon Fly Competition, Angler’s Choice stream.The International Year of the Salmon Fly Competition judging panel with the Department of Fisheries and Land Resources Salmon Cruiser. From left: Colin Burridge of Corner Brook, Daryl Reardon of Happy Valley Goose-Bay, Judith Guy of Mount Pearl, and Bruce Andrews of Grand Falls-Windsor.Fisheries and Land Resources Minister Gerry Byrne with Tyrone Buckle, Loop Tackle’s Director of Operations, announcing the winner of the International Year of the Salmon Fly Competition, Designer’s Stream. Colby House of Massey Drive has claimed the Designer’s

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The MV Kamutik W is shown at the dock in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. The vessel arrived in Canada July 7 and begins servicing the north coast of Labrador July 9.

Tuesday, July 09

New Ferry Service Begins on Northern Labrador Coast

The MV Kamutik W is shown at the dock in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. The vessel arrived in Canada July 7 and begins servicing the north coast of Labrador July 9.

The MV Kamutik W has a full-service cafeteria, modern washrooms, new seating and is full accessibility for passengers with disabilities.

The MV Kamutik W has a full-service cafeteria, modern washrooms, new seating and is full accessibility for passengers with disabilities.

The Kamutik W has 82 berths and a large seating area for 250 people.

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