Corner Brook is a city situated on the west shore of the island of Newfoundland in the region of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
Situated on the Bay of Islands at the mouth of the Humber River, the city is the second-biggest populace place in the territory behind St. John’s, and littlest of three urban communities behind St. John’s and Mount Pearl. In that capacity, Corner Brook capacities as an assistance community for western and northern Newfoundland. It is situated on a similar scope as Gaspe, Quebec, a city of comparable size and scene on the opposite side of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Corner Brook is the most northern city in Atlantic Canada and moving Corner Brook is very easy.
Close to Corner Brook is Marble Mountain Ski Resort, a declining skiing resort, and Blow-Me-Down path, a crosscountry ski territory.
The Corner Brook Royals as of now play in the West Coast Senior Hockey League and were the victors of the 1986 National Title, the Allan Cup. The Royals play their home games at the Corner Brook Civic Centre, in the past the Canada Games Centre. The field was inherent 1997 and was one of the primary settings utilized when the city of Corner Brook facilitated the 1999 Canada Games.
Corner Brook was host of the Special Olympics Provincial Winter Games in February, 2011. The city additionally twice facilitated Raid the North Extreme, a broadcast 6-day multi-sport endeavour race held in wild areas across Canada, and was a leg of the ITU World Cup Triathlon.
In 2004, Corner Brook facilitated the yearly World Broomball Championship.
Corner Brook is home to Grenfell Campus, Memorial University where a solid expressions network exists both inside the school and well into people in general. The grounds houses the Grenfell Art Gallery. The Corner Brook Arts and Culture Centre among different establishments flourish in advancing expressions of the human experience on all levels from visual expressions to theatre and well past. In 2015, the City’s freshest theatre and display, the Rotary Arts Centre opened.