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The Three Sister Pub & Restaurant
Contact: Nathan Day
Address:2 Orcan Drive
Placentia NL, NL
A place to feel at home – great food, great people and great times in the historic town of Placentia.
Contact: Andrew de Freitas
Address:107 Burbridge Avenue
TMSI Ltd. is a full service marine transportation company offering a fleet of modern containers dedicated to the efficient and safe movement of goods to/from Newfoundland and Labrador. TMSI has invested heavily in a modern container and ro-ro ship modified to accept dry, flatbed, tanker and temperature controlled containers up to 53′ in length, and the first transport company in the world to offer non-restricted 53′ flat rack containers.
Town of Placentia
Contact: Town Council
Address:P.O. Box 99
Located along the south west coast of the Avalon Peninsula amongst forcrested hills and rolling coastline, Placentia is approximately 130 km from Newfoundland and Labrador’s capital city, St. John’s (roughly a 90 minute drive). The most direct route from the Trans Canada Highway (TCH). If you are travelling from the ferry terminal at Argentia, Placentia is mere minutes from your demarcation point, along Route 100.
The Town Hall is located at 17 Patterson Drive in the Town Square. (Route from the Lift Bridge – travel Prince William Drive to the Court House , turn left on Jubilee Road and then onto Patterson Drive.)
Town of Whitbourne
Contact: Crystal Peddle - Town Clerk
Address:35 Station Road
The Town of Whitbourne, with a population of 890, is located just off the Trans-Canada Highway on Route 81. Whitbourne has always been considered the “hub of the Avalon” with connections to three possible routes for visitors of the Avalon Peninsula.
Trades NL: Building Trades of Newfoundland and Labrador is an umbrella labour organization which promotes and coordinates the interests of 16 building and construction trades unions and their international affiliates operating in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Trades NL, through its affiliates, represents thousands of Newfoundlanders and Labradoreans working to build prosperity in their province.