Coffee Break March

As an inclusive community the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland and Labrador, is shocked and saddened by the events in Quebec City late Sunday evening. We wish to extend our condolences to the victims, family members and all those impacted.

We strongly denounce hatred and racism. We urge our citizens and all Canadians, to display compassion, open mindedness and a welcoming spirit in our daily lives. As a symbol of our support and to show our empathy, flags at the Town Hall will be flown at half-mast.

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Street and area lighting enhances our properties and sense of security in our neighborhoods. To provide you with our best service, please report any street or area lighting that is not functioning properly to Newfoundland Power. Click here to report an outage:

Streetlight Outage

Town of Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Committee: The Town recently adopted new Heritage Regulations. Part of the regulations include the formation of a Heritage Committee. Included on this five member committee will be two seats from the community. If you would like to offer your name for consideration, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name, phone number, email address, and a short sentence or two on why you would like to serve (one year term).

Please put this in the Subject Box on top of the email:

The deadline to submit is Friday, February 17th.

Our province continues to face a very serious financial situation. We must continue to work together to find ways to create efficiencies and improve service delivery. To this end, each year the Minister of Finance oversees a pre-budget consultation process, which is designed to provide key stakeholders, individuals and interest groups an opportunity to identify budget priorities for consideration during the upcoming provincial budget.

Thursday, February 2 at St. Joseph's Hall, Station Road 7pm.

To register, click here