Curling Canada – 2015 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Juniors

Visitor Information

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe City of Corner Brook is the largest community in Western Newfoundland, and is the main service centre for the coastline. The largest employers in the community are Western Memorial Regional Health Care Authority, followed by Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Limited.

The city is home to three post-secondary education campuses. There is a wide range of businesses from the industrial suppliers such as the paper mill to professional and personal services. The provincial and federal governments have a variety of departments in the city; natural resources departments and agencies are a focus with a concentration of forestry, fishery and agriculture industries on the west coast.

Corner Brook’s four season destination has so much to offer for both the business and leisure traveler that you will soon be planning your return visit. Our city and area is just brimming with history and culture. Our outdoor activities offer an exceptional experience for both the beginner and avid outdoor enthusiast.  To learn more about our active adventure, events and festivals, scenic tours and our unique culture and heritage browse throughout our website (  There are endless things to see and do, enjoy Corner Brook and make memories as you stay in this explorer’s paradise.

We look forward to welcoming players, coaches, officials, parents and spectators to the 2015 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Championships January 24 – February 1. We invite you to enjoy the Championship and invite you to stretch your legs and explore our area while you are here.

Where to Stay

We are pleased to invite you to consider staying with one of our proud Championship partners.

greenwood-inn-&-suitesGreenwood Inn & Suites: Originally built in 1966 on the site of the Corner Brook Public School, the Greenwood Inn & Suites – Corner Brook building was built by Joey Smallwood’s government for the purpose of hosting Newfoundlanders returning for the much celebrated first “Come Home Year” in 1967. Over the years the building has hosted a number of dignitaries including Prime Ministers and members of the British Royal Family.  The building has long been a fixture of the local sporting community, supporting and hosting minor hockey and baseball tournaments, and in recent years has served as the host hotel for the Corner Brook ITU Triathlon World Cup, World Duathlon Championships and East Coast Music Awards. Newly renovated in 2011, our hotel rooms feature plush pillow top beds inviting you to relax and enjoy along with 32″ LCD televisions, complimentary high speed wireless internet, Lodgenet movies, and a downtown location.

48 West Street
Corner Brook, NL
A2H 2Z2
Tel: 709-634-5381
Reservations: 1-800-399-5381


glymill-innGlynmill Inn: Early in the 1920s Armstrong-Whitworth Company Limited of England decided that their senior staff required living quarters that would enable them to feel at home while they were supervising construction of what was, up to that time, the largest project ever undertaken in the history of paper making. In 1923, Mr. Andrew Cobb, a Halifax architect designed the Tudor-Style “Staff House” and in his honor the street leading to it was named Cobb Lane. On May 16, 1924, Mr. Bill Cossitt and three employees of Pickering & Watson, water and sewage contractors from Halifax signed the register. Three weeks later, the first dinner was served.  Glynmill Inn, the Newfoundland Pulp and Paper Company’s executive guesthouse, was designed to be a hotel with a lounge, or lobby, a dining room and the guest rooms. On June 30, 1924, Sir Glyn West, Chairman of Armstrong-Whitworth Company Limited, officially opened the hotel.

1B Cobb Lane
Corner Brook, NL  A2H 2V3
Toll Free: 1-800-563-4400
Call Direct: 1-709-634-5181


Other Hotels in Corner Brook

Comfort Inn
41 Maple Valley Road
Phone: 709-639-1980

The Mamateek Inn
64 Maple Valley Road
Phone: 709-639-8901
Reservations: 1-800-563-8600

Hotel Corner Brook
47 Main Street
Phone: 709-634-8211

Garden Hill Inn
2 Ford’s Road
Corner Brook
Corner Brook Bed and Breakfast Options

Bell’s Inn Bed and Breakfast
2 Ford’s Road

Brookfield Inn
2 Brookfield Avenue


Surrounding Area Accommodations

Marble Inn
21 Dogwood Drive
Steady Brook, NL
Route 1 (TCH), Exit 8

Marble Villa
Steady Brook, NL
Route 1 (TCH), Exit 8

Marblewood Village Resort
8 Thistle Drive
Steady Brook, NL
Route 1 (TCH), Exit 8

George’s Mountain Village Cottages
Steady Brook, NL
Route 1 (TCH), Exit 8

Beth MacNeil Luxury Chalets
Little Rapids
Route 1 (TCH), Exit 11


Vehicle Rentals

We have blocked out 40 vehicles in Deer Lake that can be reserved by parents. Please note that additional vehicles may be available as we getting closer to the event.

Economy and Intermediate cars will be offered at a rate of $42/day and $252/week
Mid-Size Cars will be offered at a rate of $48/day and $288/week
Full Size Cars will be offered at a rate of $50/day and $300/week
SUVs will be offered at a rate of $65/day and $390/week
Please note that Minivans will be unavailable for booking.
All vehicles and Car Classes will be subject to availability.
We ask that all reservations for vehicles be made via email.
The reservation specialist for this event will be Darren Harvieux: