The Bonavista - Trinity Regional Chamber of Commerce delivers the best possible services, support, and communications to the members and business community, while keeping informed of local, provincial, and federal government issues that affect businesses and citizens on the Bonavista Peninsula.

Business, government and professional organizations have discovered that working with a dynamic and pro-active chamber brings a range of positive outcomes for their activities on the peninsula and beyond.

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Bonavista - Trinity Regional Chamber of Commerce shared BDC's post.

BDC is taking another step in supporting Canadian women entrepreneurs succeed with an additional $20 millions to the Women in Tech investment program. #WIT
BDC fait un pas de plus pour aider les entrepreneures canadiennes à réussir en injectant 20 millions de dollars supplémentaires dans le programme d'investissement Initiative liée aux femmes en technologie.

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Bonavista, Newfoundland and Labrador

Just north of Elliston, Bonavista offers lots to see and do, including the Cape Bonavista Lighthouse, which is one of the few remaining lighthouses in the world where you can still climb the stone tower and see the same seal oil-fueled light used in the 19th century. Visitors have the chance to experience what it might have been like to be a lightkeeper back in 1870, a 24/7 job that included filling oil lamps, polishing glass, recording weather patterns and watching the waves. It’s also yet another great spot for watching puffins, icebergs and whales. Explore rocky shores, pebbled beaches and gaze at the characteristic fishing boats. In “The Dungeon,” where the cliffs give way into a massive, natural opening with two seaward-side channels, and at the harbor, you can step inside a full-size floating replica of Cabot’s ship, The Matthew, and imagine how Cabot himself might have felt on his voyage to North America.
K.C. Dermody
Freelance Writer
Port Townsend, Washington

Photography by Eric Abbott

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Bonavista Puffin & Whale Boat Tours
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