Mount Pearl, the second largest city in Newfoundland, is adjacent to our province's capital and is becoming increasingly well known as a friendly business city. Its commmunity spirit and a strong volunteer base have helped to create one of the most beautiful and neighbourly cities in Canada. Mount Pearl plays host to numerous community events, festivals and major sporting activities.
One of the oldest cities in North America. A city unlike any other. Cradled in a harbour carved from 500 million-year-old rock. Surrounded by hills running down to the ocean. Quaint side streets of a thousand colours. Friendly faces wait to greet you. Where old and new, city and nature, live as neighbours. The City of Legends.
Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador (HNL), established in 1983, is a non-profit membership association that leads, supports, represents and enhances the province’s tourism industry.
Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador has been the voice of the provincial tourism industry since the association was founded. Its work on behalf of members and the industry itself has played a crucial role in developing the tourism industry into the flourishing economic driver that it is today.
The St. John’s Board of Trade is the leading voice of business in Newfoundland & Labrador. We work for your business! The St. John’s Board of Trade is a solutions-based organization that: advocates on behalf of business to all levels of government; provides access to opportunities; and assists members on issues affecting business. Get involved with our activities, take advantage of the programs and services, and join more than 800 fellow members whose businesses drive the pulse of the city.
Conception Bay South - just a 10 minute drive from downtown St. John's. The town is home to the Kelligrews Soiree, held in early July. It also features the popular Rotary Topsail Beach Park, the world renowned Manuels River and Foxtrap Marina.
Walk through history along the picturesque coastline of Torbay on the Father Troy Trail. Experience the music and culture that defines us, at the Torbay Hillside Festival, in July.