P.O. Box 1509
Bonavista, Newfoundland A0C 1B0
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October 9, 2017
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Tap Your Potential is a community initiative by Fortis Inc. They are collecting and sharing stories from Newfoundlanders and Labradorians who are making their mark in every field, at home and around the world. John Norman received an invitation to be apart of this wonderful initiative
September 21, 2017
We are happy to announce that Bonavista, NL was featured in The Island Diaries, a documentary series about daily life on islands around the world.
January 3, 2018
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Bonavista Featured in THE ISLAND DIARIES - Knowledge Network.
October 13, 2017
Tap Your Potential. People from the smallest places can do the biggest things – Fortis
‘It’s the perfect place for us’: Millennials flock to rural Newfoundland – CBC
At the moment, the Bonavista Peninsula is nearly uncontested as the most attractive place to visit on the island. It has it all, from history and views and local brews, to fantastic food spots and quality shopping that ranges from craft soap shops to world-class furnishings. Next up might be a unique “UNESCO Global Geopark.”
Bonavista’s Tourism Boom May Get Bigger with New Geopark – The Overcast
Restaurants, a microbrewery and a skin-care business replace the collapsed cod fishery.
Bonavista Living | P.O. Box 1509 | Bonavista, Newfoundland Canada | A0C 1B0 | Tel: 1.709.468.1848 | Fax: 1.709.468. 7860
Bonavista Living has acquired more then 50 of Bonavista’s residential heritage properties to restore and rejuvenate them to their original glory. These properties have been chosen for their architectural and historical significance, their placement within charming historic neighborhoods, and to address the level of threat they are under. These properties will be completely restored and used as vacation rentals, affordable housing units, or sold as private homes. Bonavista Living is injecting new life into once vacant properties through preservation and redevelopment, thus awakening quaint laneways and fishermen’s footpaths while offering quintessential and authentic outport space.