Archive for March, 2019

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LGRHS Consulations

Labrador-Grenfell Health is organizing community consultation sessions across the region as part of the Community Health Needs Assessment. They want to give a voice to community members and to better understand the needs of our diverse communities.

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Viking Festival

For more information on this event you can contact greatnorthernvikingfestival@wendynuttall.ca.

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Mosquito Collection

Mosquito Collection

A team of researchers from Memorial University of Newfoundland, are interested in finding out what mosquito species are in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, what viruses they carry and how climate change
will impact their distribution. Currently, information on mosquitoes in this province is not well known. This two-year project, ending in Spring 2020, is funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and will address the knowledge gaps in the mosquito populations o Newwfoundland and Labrador.

To adequately cover the entire province and increase their sample size, members of the public largely do mosquito collection. The materials and instructions necessary for mosquito collection will be provided, and the collection process is fun and easy for most ages to participate.

Any mosquitoes received from the municipality will be identified within a short period, and the results returned to the collectors with information about the species they collected. The team will provide support where needed.
Mosquito collection would start in the spring of 2019 and go until the fall of 2019 to which collectors can collect as many or few times as wanted.

For more information, they are on Facebook (Newfoundland and Labrador Mosquito Project) and Twitter (@MosquitoNL) and post regularly to communicate with participants and relay project information. They also have a YouTube video describing how to collect mosquitoes for their project


If you are interested in participating or just wanting more information, please contact them by email (mosquitoNL@mun.ca)

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Request for quotes for Website

Website Redesign & Development
Request for Quotes

This request for quotes for the redesign and development services for a new website for the Town of Roddickton-Bide Arm.

Closing date: March 29, 2019, 4:00 pm NL time

Quotes maybe mailed to:
Town of Roddickton-Bide Arm
P.O. Box 10, Roddickton, NL A0K 4P0
Or delivered to 81 Major’s Street


The Town of Roddickton – Bide Arm is currently seeking quotes for the development of a new website that can be viewed on any platform and allows the Town to better meet the needs of residents, businesses and visitors.

Our Audience

Our website has three target audiences: Residents, Businesses and Visitors.

The website will reach these audiences while complimenting the Town logo, it will also utilize recognizable Town icons such as Moose, Green Moose Interpretation Centre, Ashton House, Forestry, Fishing and the community.

New Website Goals:

Three major goals have been identified for the website:
• To provide a resource of Town information to residents
• To provide a resource of Town information for businesses
• To attract, inform and retain visitors to Roddickton – Bide Arm

New Website Objectives

Our website’s number one objective is to allow visitors to find the information that they are looking for easily and quickly. Our new site must be clearly Roddickton – Bide Arm, be clean, and be easily searched by the user. In terms of content, special effort must be made so that Town regulations are made easy to load/update and easy to find/access.

The second major objective is to allow town staff access to all pages on the site and be able to add news content in an easy-to-update manner.

Website Requirements
• Ease of use on any platform (Mobile friendly)
• A clean homepage that is visually stunning
• Clean and focused design
• Subpages (Residents, Business & Visitors) containing links to relevant themes
• An easy-to-use content management system encompassing all aspects of the website, including a training session for town staff. The Town requires administrative access to the full website and the ability to update content, including documents and images, quickly and easily.
• Search-ability
• Intuitive navigation
• All applicable content imported from current site
• Social media integration (share buttons, follow buttons, etc.)
• Newsletter capability with email update sign-up form
• Event Calendar
• Ability to accommodate video footage
• Keep existing domain name http://www.roddickton.bidearm.ca

Please include the following in your quote:
• Overview of how you will meet our objectives
• Outline of your website design & development strategy/methodology
• Proposed website timeline from kickoff to launch
• Recent design & development examples
• References
• Detailed pricing, including any optional elements identified separately
• Terms & conditions

New Website Launch Target Date: 2019

Thank you for your interest in responding to this quote with a proposal for our new website. We look forward to your response.

The Town of Roddickton – Bide Arm will not be liable for any costs of prepared or presentation of quotes. Any submitted quotes and accompanying documentation become the property of the Town of Roddickton – Bide Arm and will not be returned.

Please note that the Town of Roddickton – Bide Arm does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any offer. The Town of Roddickton – Bide Arm reserves the right to negotiate with the selected respondent changes in their proposal prior to, and/or as part of awarding the quote.

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Family Fun Day

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Labrador Grenfell Consulation Postponed

Labrador Grenfell Consulation Postponed

Due to current and impending weather conditions, Labrador Grenfell have decided to postpone the community Session scheduled at the Roddickton-Bide Arm Arena this evening.

Please spreading the word.

When a new date is confirmed, the public will be notified.

They apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.

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