The Town of Bonavista invites tenders for the supply of one new (2020) if available or (2019) wheel loader, complete with (Fusion) quick coupler, 12-foot Craig hydraulic reversible snow blade with rubber snow flap, 2.5 yd3. Bucket with bolt on cutting edge and (4) extra Bridgestone V-Steel snow tires. Tender will include the trading of …


Annual Christmas Tree Lighting – December 1

  ANNUAL  TREE LIGHTING & CHRISTMAS CAROLING  |  DECEMBER 1  |  6:30 PM The Bonavista Historic Townscape Foundation in cooperation with the Town of Bonavista, the Bonavista Historical Society & the Ministerial Association, will be holding its annual Christmas caroling and tree lighting event in front of the Post Office. All are welcome!

Notice – Town Advertising Requirements

Please be advised that we are experiencing an overwhelming amount of signage placed all over Bonavista and on Cape Shore Road in particular. These signs have been placed there without permission according to our advertising requirements in our land use zoning, subdivision and advertising regulations 2014 – 2024 (Development Regulations). The Town is going to …

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The Town of Bonavista has designated Thursday, June 7th, 2018, as Clean-Up Day which will also include beaches (weather permitting). We urge all residents of Bonavista to participate in this Clean-Up. Those of you who are interested in cleaning up your community should meet at the Bonavista Lions Club at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, June …

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‘It’s the perfect place for us’: Millennials flock to rural Newfoundland

Millennials flock to rural Newfoundland Restaurants, a microbrewery and a skin-care business replace the collapsed cod fishery Historic Bonavista is attracting millennials because it has affordable housing and good public services in an attractive setting. Read the full story here.  Chris O’Neill-Yates · CBC · Posted: Oct 09, 2017 6:30 AM NT