A region with an enviable lifestyle. And position.
The lively communities of Upper Lake Melville make it a great place to visit, and an even greater place to call home. Town Centre is surrounded by Labrador’s famous landscapes, making it the perfect venue for enjoying all manner of outdoor sports and recreation.
Hike, bike, snowmobile, fish, camp, canoe, boat, and golf in our stunning nature. And if the great outdoors isn’t your thing? The region also offers a rich variety of indoor recreational facilities, including the EJ Broomfield Arena, CFB Recreation Centre, as well as the Labrador Sports Training Centre. Visitors flock to the region for conferences, meetings, appointments, education, training, work and of course, pleasure.
Happy Valley-Goose Bay is the gateway to Northern Labrador. The Upper Lake Melville region is made up of four vibrant communities: Happy Valley-Goose Bay, North West River, Sheshatshui, and Mud Lake. The population of Happy Valley-Goose Bay is over 7,500 full-time residents, while North West River, only 40 kilometres away, has a population of 550. The First Nations Reserve of Sheshatshui has a population of about 1,800 people, while the village of Mud Lake has over 50 full-time residents.
Happy Valley-Goose Bay is the central point for the shipment of goods along the coastal areas of Labrador and business services is the largest employment industry. As a result, the total catchment area includes Central Labrador (Upper Lake Melville), North Coast communities and South Coast communities.
Economic Catchment Area
|Greater Goose Bay
As the hub of Labrador, Happy Valley-Goose Bay has regional offices for federal, provincial and aboriginal governments, as well as a hospital, college and private training schools. The community is also home to 5 Wing Goose Bay, a Canadian Air Force base.
The development of Town Centre will be the first realization of the greater community vision to develop an integrated and active northern lifestyle community.
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