Town News

Attention: Residents of New-Wes-Valley
First of all, we would like to thank you for the tremendous response received to our requested petition to CNWM; asking for them to reconsider the Garbage collection fee increases proposed for 2024.
Secondly, it is with great disappointment that we unfortunately have to inform you that our request has been denied.
Please refer to the attached letter we received from CNWM’s, CAO – Edward Evans for further details.


Please see attached regarding Council Meeting Minutes

There will be a water shut off today November 10th starting at 1030am to approximately 12pm. This will affect homes from Hubert Kean’s to Craig Burry’s in Wesleyville. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Good afternoon:   This message is being sent on behalf of Early Learning and Child Development Division with the Department of Education.



On October 17, 2023, the Department of Education’s Child Care Demand Portal went Live.  This portal is a tool to assess and understand the current demand for child care services. The information from this portal will assist the Department of Education to better focus on where space creation is needed most and guide plans for targeted space creation.


Parents and guardians in need of child care are strongly  encouraged to visit the portal and input their information so that the Department of Education can plan more focused space creation as we move forward. The Child Care Demand Portal can be accessed by clicking HERE.  For additional information on the Child Care Demand Portal please visit the following news release:


For Child Care Demand Portal support and inquiries please contact

The Town Hall will be closed on Monday October 2, 2023 in observance of National Day for Truth & Reconciliation.

Update: This will continue into tomorrow Wednesday
September 27, 2023 as well.

Water Shut Down Notice
There is a planned water shut down today, Tuesday September 26 between 10:30 and 2:30. The water will be off from Jesse Gaulton’s to Jim Hounsell’s, however, all residents from the water tower down to Newtown can expect fluctuations in water pressure throughout the day. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Beothic Arena is scheduled to open on November 1st, 2023 for setup, it should be operational by mid November. This Arena schedule is pending an Air Quality test that will be completed next week.

There will be a meeting at the Town Hall on Thursday September 28th, 2023 at 6:30 pm for all user groups and any concerned residents who have questions. Thank you : )

Effective today, Thursday September 21, the Boil Water Advisory has been lifted in all communities EXCEPT Newtown.


Residents of Newtown are to continue boiling water prior to consumption.  The Town will advise if this changes.

Thank you.