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Rocky Harbour is the largest community in Gros Morne National Park and is centrally located for touring our World Heritage Site. While our history has been closely linked with the fishing and the forest industries, Rocky Harbour has grown into Newfoundland's top tourism community. [More]

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Rocky Harbour Recreation Committee Community Freezer

We invite anyone from Rocky Harbour, Norris Point & Sally's Cove who would like a meal of Moose Meat to give us a call.  We welcome any individuals or families who otherwise would not have access to moose meat.  Once individuals receive moose meat they will be able to access it once per month.

Please Contact:  Ina Snow - 458-2953 - Frank Piercey - 458-2316 - Wilfred Ellsworth - 458-7153 - Michael Hewlin - 458-7614 - Ryan Ball - 458-3420

To arrange pick up at the Community Hall

Moose Meat donated by:  Rocky Harbour Recreation Committee, Gros Morne Community Church, Gros Morne Kinsmen, Bonne Bay Search & Rescue, Rocky Harbour Come Home Year & Gull Marsh Fisheries Inc.
Posted: Nov 27, 2018 10:43 am NFLD



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We have been contacted by Western Regional Waste Management regarding some concerns they have with our waste collection. Glass, gift wrap, plastic grocery bags, Styrofoam, used napkins and tin foil cannot be placed in your blue bags. Anything with food on it is considered to be contaminated and cannot be placed in your blue bags. These items need to be placed in your clear bags. If there are contaminants in your blue bag our collectors are not able to pick them up. These bags will be left and will have to be put into a clear bag. We would also like to remind residents that ONLY clear and blue bags will be accepted and to please keep your garbage box clear.

Thank you.
Posted: Jan 25, 2019 6:48 am NFLD



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1. All bottles are to have caps removed prior to drop off. Any bottles with cap still attached will be returned to the customer.

2. To avoid congestion at the depot, unless prior arrangements have been made with the staff, each customer is limited to 10 bags per drop off. Anything above will not be accepted at that time.

3. Groups wishing to hold a recycling drive must notify the depot 2 weeks prior to make sure they can accommodate a large amount of recyclables.

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Posted: Dec 4, 2015 5:22 pm NFLD


Safety During Power Outages

During extended outages, Hydro asks customers to please implement measures to stay safe. Safety information can be found at www.hydrosafety.ca. Here's tips for staying safe during a power outage:

·    Never go near or touch a fallen power line.

·    Don't use camp stoves or barbecues indoors as they produce hazardous fumes.

·    Turn thermostats to the lowest setting or switch them off; and keep only one light on to let you know when power has been restored.

·    Do not plug a portable generator into the wiring system of a home or building. This action could result in serious injury to utility workers.

·    Listen to the radio.

·    Stay warm with blankets and wearing layers.

·    Spend some quiet, quality time with friends and family while crews work to safely restore power.

Customers can get further updates on the Hydro Power Outages and Emergencies (24 hrs) line at 1-888-737-1296 or on Hydro’s website at www.nlh.nl.ca. Updates are also being provided to media and can be found by following us on Twitter @NLHydro, or through Facebook www.facebook.com/NLHydro.




Posted: Dec 4, 2015 3:50 pm NFLD


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Posted: Dec 4, 2015 3:50 pm NFLD