Some Interesting facts About Town of Winterland
Town of Winterland is the only inland community on the Burin Peninsula.
Town of Winterland
Winterland is a small community between Garnish and Marystown on the ankle of the Burin Peninsula and is the only inland community on the Burin Peninsula.
In 1939 the government resettled people into Winterland from the islands around Placentia Bay. People also moved here from the Town of Garnish. In the Winterland area there were acres of land suitable for growing crops and raising livestock. Between the 1940`s and 1950`s the community started growing, and now it's the only community on the Burin Peninsula that farms. However, there is only one family in the area that still farms. The remaining people left the community to work in the surrounding area.
News & Events
August 22, 2021
August 12, 2021
General Maintenance Person
Town of Winterland
The Town of Winterland is looking for a General Maintenance Person. Successful applicant’s duties may include, but not limited to, minor repairs around the community, putting out the municipal building’s weekly garbage, mowing grass, putting up & taking down Christmas décor, keep postal shelter free of debris, empty garbage at postal shelter & other tasks council may need completed.
Position will begin on ASAP.
This is a 2 year contract.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Please submit quotes in a sealed envelope to:
Town of Winterland
P.O. Box 10
Closing Date: August 18, 2021 @ 4 pm.
June 23, 2021
TALON ENERGY SERVICES
We are looking for a electrical apprentice (2,3 or 4th year) in the Winterland area. Would prefer someone with residential experience.
Please send along your resume to -
March 31, 2021
This spring and summer, the Burin Peninsula Health Care Foundation challenges you to get moving!
CHALLENGE #1: Hike da Boot, and Around da Loop – 319km
A virtual challenge for those living on the Burin Peninsula, or wishing they could be back home. Virtually walk, hike, run, bike or swim your way down the Burin Peninsula Highway and through its many communities. A grand total of 319km, done anywhere, anytime. Track your own kilometers using your at-home equipment, Fitbit, or whatever method works best for you!
REGISTER NOW to earn your finisher’s medal upon completion: http://www.bphcf.ca/hike-da-boot-and-around-da-loop-challenge
CHALLENGE #2: Burin Peninsula Trails Challenge – 42km
Between now and September, walk, hike, run or stroll 12 municipal trails on the Burin Peninsula, a grand total of just over 42km. Municipal trails included in this challenge are:
1. Cook’s Lookout Trail, Burin – 4.5km
2. Salt Pond Walking Trail, Burin – 2.1km
3. Burin Heritage Boardwalk, Burin – 0.8km
4. Jane’s Pond, Marystown – 0.8km
5. Landing Place Pond, Marystown – 1.8km
6. Chamber Cove, St. Lawrence – 5.3km
7. Cape Chapeau Rouge, St. Lawrence – 5.3km
8. Winterland Eco Trail, Winterland – 3.6km
9. Marine Hike Trail, Grand Bank – 3.5km
10. Nature Trail, Grand Bank – 4.5km
11. Horsebrook Trail, Fortune – 6.3km
12. Long Ridge Trail, Garnish – 3.6km
Directions to each trail included in this challenge can be found at www.bphcf.ca/burin-peninsula-trails-challenge
REGISTER NOW to earn your finisher’s medal upon completion: http://www.bphcf.ca/burin-peninsula-trails-challenge
Registration is $40 per participant, per challenge, or waive the registration fee by collecting pledges with a minimum of $40 in sponsorships. Sponsorship forms available upon request by contacting 891-3456 or email@example.com. Registration fees accepted via E-Transfer at firstname.lastname@example.org. All funds raised will support the purchase of a Transport Monitor for the Intensive Care Unit at the Burin Peninsula Health Care Center, which will be used while transporting cardiac patients to our tertiary center in St. John’s.
Share photos on social media using #bptrailschallenge or #hikedabootchallenge
Are you up for the challenge?
January 19, 2021
The Stewardship Association of Municipalities is now accepting applications for the SAM Conservation Scholarship; the deadline is May 1st, 2021!
January 15, 2021
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS
Due to an issue with one of the pumps at the water tower, residents are being asked to reduce the limit of water use over the next few weeks until the issue is resolved.
Council thanks everyone for their cooperation in this matter and will be notified when the issue has been resolved.
December 16, 2020
December 03, 2020
Taking Care During Difficult Times During the Holidays. Make the most of this Holiday Season!
November 24, 2020
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO RESIDENTS
Effective immediately, November 24, 2020
The Recreation Center and Recreation Facilities (playground and tennis court) are closed to the public until further notice.
Council has made this decision with the safety of the children and residents in mind.
We encourage residents to follow all regulations and limit contact with others as much as possible.
Please stay safe!
November 24, 2020
TO ALL RESIDENTS WITH SECURITY SYSTEMS:
IT HAS COME TO THE ATTENTION OF THE WINTERLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT AND THE TOWN COUNCIL, DUE TO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT CHANGING THEIR LOCAL PHONE NUMBER, THE SECURITY COMPANIES DO NOT HAVE THE CORRECT NUMBER TO CALL IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY.
IF YOU, OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW, HAVE A SECURITY SYSTEM INSTALLED IN YOUR HOME, PLEASE CALL THE TOWN OFFICE TO GET THE CORRECT NUMBER AND ENSURE YOUR SECURITY COMPANY HAS BEEN UPDATED.
RESIDENTS ARE ALSO REMINDED TO CALL 911 IN CASE OF ANY EMERGENCY AND NOT THE LOCAL NUMBER.