Place:Chapel Arm, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada


NameChapel Arm
Located inNewfoundland and Labrador, Canada

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Chapel Arm is a settlement in Newfoundland, Canada, located at the southeast corner of Trinity Bay, approximately west of St. John's and two km (one and a half miles) from the Trans-Canada Highway.

With the exception of a few families, the religious denominations are Anglican and Roman Catholic. It has two churches, two parish halls, an LOL hall and a modern elementary school serving the communities of Chapel Arm, Whitbourne, Bellevue and Long Harbour. It has a doctor's office, municipal building, post office, pharmacist, hardware store, and several auto garages.

The majority of people in Chapel Arm own their own homes. There is a well constructed breakwater with landing and docking facilities and a community building used for storage. There are banking facilities and a clinic located at Whitbourne about 13 km (eight miles) away.

With the ongoing construction of the Vale Canada hydro-metallurgical facility in Long Harbour, Chapel Arm has seen a sharp spike in employment and prosperity over the last several years.

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