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Ambulance Service Notice
Mackenzie's Ambulance service requested the town's help in notifying all residents of the importance of knowing their street address and having it readily available to pass to the paramedics in case of an emergency. Many of the drivers are not familiar with the area and knowing the street address is essential in getting the paramedics to your home as soon as possible.

If you are unsure of your street address, please contact the town office, we can provide it to you.


Posted: June 6, 2017 9:31 pm NFLD


Water Thaw Up - Policy Change
Residents are advised that effective immediately, council has adopted a new policy for water thaw up. There will be a $25.00 fee per person/per hour charged to anyone needing the town's assistance in clearing frozen water lines. There will be a $25.00 fee per day for rental of water tanked used in thawing frozen water lines.

Posted: June 6, 2017 9:22 pm NFLD


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The Harvey Family Legend
Newfoundland DogIn 1828, the Harvey family, with the aid of their Newfoundland dog, "Hairyman", rescued 163 people from the sinking brig "Despatch", shipwrecked on the rocks off Isle Aux Morts. They made another daring rescue in 1838, saving 25 crew members from the Glasgow ship, the "Rankin". The present day Coast Guard Ship "Ann Harvey", is named in memory of the daughter of George Harvey who, while she was only 17 years old, assisted in these heroic deeds. [Read more]




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Newfoundland Patridge Berries

The Isle aux Morts area has many attractions for the casual or serious outdoors enthusiast.

Isle aux Morts River (on Route 470) provides some of the best salmon fishing anywhere. The area is dotted with many ponds where trouting can be an adventure. Hunting for moose, caribou, and rabbit is a sportsman's dream.

Many of the friendly folk in town would love to bring you to the neighboring islands where one can feast on the succulent mussels and snails (known locally as "wrinkles"). One can enjoy swimming in the Atlantic Ocean and a traditional Newfoundland "boil up".

The town is surrounded by coastal barrens where many berries flourish. The more prevalent berries include bakeapples, blueberries, marsh berries, blackberries and partridge berries.


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Ann Harvey Days
Craft Store
Diving
Harvey Gravesite
Hiking Trails
The Walter's House


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Ann Harvey Days Festival
The town of Isle aux Morts invites all to celebrate our local history and heritage by attending the Ann Harvey Days Festival from July 27th thru 30th, 2017. [View Events Schedule]

Posted: June 1, 2017 9:56 am NFLD