Ward System Update - April13, 2021
Ward System Update - April13, 2021
PUBLIC NOTICE – Ward System Update At a recent meeting of Council held on Tuesday, April 6th, 2021 Council made a decision that the current ward system that is in place will remain for the upcoming general election. Council would like to thank individuals for their collective efforts and those who rallied together on this important decision, efforts like this make a difference! Our residents feedback will always be very important to us as we move forward together as a community. With our general municipal election fast approaching, the greatest contribution you could make to your hometown is taking on a leadership role.  Municipalities require strong leadership and individuals who have a vision for the future. Councils with varied backgrounds can introduce new ideas and work…
Garbage Collection Schedule Changes - Easter
Garbage Collection Schedule Changes - Easter
New Wes Valley garbage collection for Monday April 5th, 2021 will be collected Tuesday April 6th, 2021. For more information please visit the CNWM website at: https://www.cnwmc.com/our-sites/ward-6/    
Virtual Scavenger Hunt
Virtual Scavenger Hunt
❄️ WINTER FUN ❄️ Check out the details below on a Virtual Scavenger Hunt! This year we were unfortunately unable to host the annual Snow Crab Festival so we planned a few virtual events for over the next two weeks. Be sure to check out the Snow Sculpture Contest we posted a few days ago! HAVE FUN!

Our Location

New-Wes-Valley is situated on the eastern coast of the province of Newfoundland & Labrador.

The town can be found by driving approximately 1 hour on Route 320 (exit off the Trans Canada Highway at Gambo) or alternatively, by driving approximately 1.5 hours along Route 330 (exit off the Trans Canada Highway at Gander). New-Wes-Valley is home to local tourist gems including the Barbour Living Heritage Village and Norton’s Cove Studio & Cafe. It is also part of the Road to the Shore network of scenic seaside routes boasting beautiful beaches and breathtaking coastlines. There’s ample opportunity to see wildlife, icebergs and whales!


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