News & Events

JULY 28, 2020

V A R I A N C E

MUNICIPALITY OF TRINITY BAY NORTH

 

The Municipality of Trinity Bay North has received a request for approval from Tyler Hicks, Chairperson of Happy Minds, Happy Lives (a registered Not for Profit organization whose goal is to provide support to recovering drug addicts and alcoholics) to purchase the property at 2 Barbour Road in Catalina to open up the first rehabilitation centre on the Peninsula.

Anyone having any objections to this proposal, please put them in writing and forward to the Municipality of Trinity Bay North at the address below or drop them off at the Town Hall by 3:00p.m., August 21, 2020.

 

Valerie Rogers, Town Clerk

Municipality of Trinity Bay North

APRIL 29, 2020

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Eastern Health Offers Mental Health and Wellness Webinars

 

April 28, 2020 – St. John’s, NL: Eastern Health advises the public that a series of mental health and wellness webinars are now available for viewing on Bridge the gApp (www.bridgethegapp.ca) under “Online Programs.” These can be watched at any time, as many times as needed, and can be shared with others.

 

The webinars available are:

·         Anxiety Wellness with presenter Charlene Payne, B.A., B.S.W., R.S.W. This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are managing anxiety. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of anxiety and identify ways to manage and cope with it.

·         Depression Wellness with presenter Wanda Green, social worker, M.S.W., R.S.W. This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are managing depression. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of depression and identify ways to manage and cope with it.

·         Coping with Stress Wellness with presenter Charlene Payne, B.A., B.S.W., R.S.W. This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are dealing with stress. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of stress, stress management, and identify ways to manage and cope with it.

·         Self Care During a Pandemic with presenter Dr. Jodi Spiegel, Psy. D. A worldwide pandemic is incredibly stressful, and many of us have been having difficulty adapting to the continual changes in recent weeks. In this webinar, Dr. Spiegel will provide some education about why we are experiencing distress, and some practical ways to address our distress while we adjust and adapt to this scary, unusual and ever-evolving experience.

·         Parenting Wellness Session with presenter Charlene Payne, B.A., B.S.W., R.S.W. This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for parenting. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of parenting styles and learn strategies for parenting children and teens.

·         Parenting During a Pandemic with presenter Dr. Janine Hubbard, Ph.D., R. Psych, clinical psychologist. Topics include how to talk to your children about a pandemic, the importance of structure and routine, how much video gaming is too much, how to impress upon teens the importance of social distancing from friends, ways to keep kids occupied and other useful tips.

·         Grief and Loss Wellness with presenter Charlene Payne, B.A., B.S.W., R.S.W. This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are dealing with grief and loss. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of the natural grief and loss process and enhance your coping skills.

·         Substance Use Wellness Session with presenter Charlene Payne, B.A., B.S.W., R.S.W. This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are impacted by substance use or gambling. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of substance use and gambling; its impact on the individual and the family; as wells as your understanding of the recovery process.

·         Harm Reduction: Substance Use with presenter Jane Henderson, B.A., B.Ed., M.A. This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are managing substance use issues. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of substance use and how to reduce harms associated with use.

·         E-Mental Health Services in Newfoundland and Labrador with presenter Meghan Churchill M.S.W., B.S.W., R.S.W. Technology is often used in health care to control, detect, screen, or treat physical illnesses; it is now expanding to support mental health and wellness, in what is known as e-mental health. These services are important for many reasons: they are evidence-based, improve access, give individuals greater choice and control, and promote early intervention and wellness. There are a wide range of technologies being used. Some of these include, telephones and mobile devices, apps, websites, video conferencing, and online self-management tools. These services are all free and available now.

·         Demonstration of Bridge the gApp Resource with presenter Byron Boyd, B. Sc. This video gives a brief explanation of the features of www.bridgethegapp.ca.  

 

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Media Contact:

Allison Barter

A/Media Relations Manager

Eastern Health

T: (709) 777-1412

Allison.Barter@easternhealth.ca

MARCH 18, 2020

Dear Residents,

 

RE: COVID-19

 

With the evolving situation of COVID-19, the Town is asking everyone to stay up to date on the latest information being provided by the federal Public Health Agency of Canada and the provincial Department of Health and Community Services. The links to their websites are as follows:

 

https://www.gov.nl.ca/covid-19/

 

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html

 

Effective 4:30p.m. on Tuesday March 17, 2020 the following closures will apply:

  • The Town Office will be closed to the public - staff will continue to process payments, respond to questions, etc. via telephone (469-2571) or email (tbn@personainternet.com)

  • Council meetings will be closed to the public

  • The Fire Halls will be closed to the public - firefighters will continue to operate as normal

  • The Frank Power Chalet, Melrose Chalet and Community Centre in Little Catalina will be closed to the public

 

The Town is also asking organizations in the community to consider the advice from our federal and provincial health agencies regarding social gatherings.

 

The Town apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause but we feel following COVID-19 protocol and keeping staff and the general public safe is our top priority.


 

Sincerely,


 

MUNICIPALITY OF TRINITY BAY NORTH

MARCH 10, 2020

The Town of Trinity Bay North are seeking REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL for the development and use of town owned land (1 to 37 and 2 – 38 Park Road) adjacent to Look-Out Park.   If interested documents can be picked up at the Town Hall.  Responses to the Request for Proposal must be submitted to the town Hall by 4:00 pm March 27th 2020.

FEBRUARY 04, 2020

DECEMBER 18, 2019

Municipality of Trinity Bay North

Public Consultation Budget 2020

Nov 27th at 4:30 pm
Town Council Chambers

NOVEMBER 05, 2019

Please take a look around our UPDATED website and let us know what you think.

Send us an email at info@trinitybaynorth.com

We too now have a Mobile Version of the site available!

URBAN AND RURAL PLANNING ACT

NOTICE OF REGISTRATION

MUNICIPALITY OF TRINITY BAY NORTH

    MUNICIPAL PLAN AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

AMENDMENTS NO. 1, 2019

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