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Wear Red Canada Day

Heart disease is the number one killer of women worldwide and the leading cause of premature death in women in Canada.  Globally, cardiovascular diseases affect 1 out of 3 women, yet women everywhere are:  Heart disease is largely preventable. There is a lot we can all do to help reduce the risk.  Events are held online and across the country to serve as a reminder for everyone in Canada, but especially women, to be mindful, curious, and proactive in the management of our heart health and wellness. To take care of others, you need to first take care of yourself. Start the conversation about women’s heart health today. For more information, please go to:
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February Council Meeting

February’s Council Meeting will be held Monday, February 12th, at 7:00 pm. Anyone submitting an item to Council for consideration, must do so in writing by 4:30 pm on February 6th, 2024.
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Town of Twillingate Council Meeting

The next meeting of Council will be Tuesday, December 12th, 2023 at 7:00 pm. If you wish to submit something to Council, please do so in writing before 5:00 pm on December 6th.
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Town Council Appoints New Leadership

We are pleased to announce the recent appointment of Jeff Burt, as the NEW Chief Administrative Officer, effective September 25th, 2023. Jeff joined our team in July, 2022, as Economic Development Officer. Through this role, he has gained valuable knowledge of the Town’s Municipal Plan and Development Regulations. Please join us in welcoming Jeff in this challenging new role!
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National Child Abuse Prevention Month

During our October 10th, 2023 Council Meeting, Mayor Justin Blackler, signed the Miles for Smiles Foundation proclamation. A child’s safety and well being should be foremost in our minds. Let us all continue to education our selves and others. The Miles for Smiles Foundation website provides important information about what they do and what we can do in the effort to bring awareness of child abuse prevention.
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