Town of Twillingate

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Administrative Assistant – Level 1 The Town of Twillingate is inviting individuals with a passion for local government and a desire to serve the residents of Twillingate to apply for the position of Administrative Assistant – Level 1. The Town of Twillingate, with a population of 2,121 is an outport community located on the north …

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2022 IN REVIEW

KRAFT HOCKEYVILLE Thanks to the dedicated KHV team, the long-awaited Good Ol’ Hockey Game finally came to pass this fall.  Although the game was held in Gander, all the anticipation did not disappoint!  Children – young and old – from across Central Newfoundland took in NHL practices, games, celebrations and even time with the Stanley …

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*DEADLINE EXTENDED* COASTAL CONSERVATION – TWILLINGATE ISLAND

ACAP Humber Arm is asking adult Twillingate residents to complete their on-line survey by Monday, January 30th. Twillingate Island has a historic and strong connection to the ocean. They would like to hear from residents of Twillingate Island as to what they value about their coastal areas, what concerns they may have, and any priorities …

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Single Parent Employment Support Program (SESP)

Want to return to work or school? Check out the FREE 9-week Employment program, SESP! Want to learn more? Speak with one of the Employment Services Officers: Aletha Palmer, Program Lead ESO – apalmer@spanl.ca Abbey French, Rural ESO – afrench@spanl.ca; 709-738-3401 ext. 2 Amy Tatchell, ESO – atatchell@spanl.ca; 709-738-3401 ext. 4

Community Health Assessment Survey

Central Health is calling upon residents of Central Newfoundland, staff and physicians to provide their feedback in its online Community Health Assessment survey. Input received provides an understanding of the current health status and health needs of the individuals and communities Central Health serves. Information collected will be used to inform local priorities and action …

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Season’s Greetings

The Town Councillors would like to take this time as we move into the Christmas season and the new year to thank the community and businesses for a wonderful 2022. We hope and pray the upcoming 2023 year is a happy, healthy and prosperous year to all! -Mayor, Councillors, & Staff