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Mayor's Welcome

Greetings from the Town of Trinity

The Town of Trinity can trace its history back to the 16th and 17th centuries as a migratory fishing station until settlement became more permanent in the late 1600s and early1700s. During the 18th and 19th centuries the Town and area became the major centre of trade on the northeast coast of Newfoundland. Today it is one of the major tourism destinations in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada and North America.

The old business section and many structures of historic significance have been preserved in the Town and restored to provide a setting for demonstrating the cultural heritage of the area. Other homes, churches and buildings belonging to individuals and organizations have also been preserved and restored. I would encourage everyone that comes to the historic Town of Trinity to take the time to visit these buildings and places, to take in a performance at Rising Tide Theatre and to shop and eat at one of our many fine crafts stores and restaurants. To take time to think about and enjoy our past and present and to contemplate the future which we all think will be as rich as our past.

For those of you who may be interested in starting a business in our Town I would encourage you to come and meet with us to discuss your idea and how we may be able to assist you in setting up shop.

Please take the time to browse through our website and the many links to our businesses and services and be sure to contact us to let us know what you think of our site and of your visit to our historic Town should you come here.

I wish everyone a pleasant visit to our Town and hope that it is filled with memorable moments which will continue to bring you back to Trinity for years to come.

Jim Miller
Town of Trinity

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