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Covid-19 Update

January 27, 2022 Public Health has announced some changes to isolation and testing requirements for people who have recovered from COVID-19. Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Janice Fitzgerald says with the high case numbers being reported, and thousands of others that have likely gone unreported, many will find themselves once again exposed to COVID shortly after recovery. As a result, anyone with a COVID infection that began on or after December 21 does not have to isolate or get tested if they are identified as a close contact within the following 90 days…. Read More

Radio Bingo at 7 PM

Kinsmen: Monday, January 31, $1164 on 55 calls. Wednesday, February 2, $2232 on 56 calls Lions: We are happy to advise that VOBB and Norris Point Lions Club Sunday Night Bingo will start again on Sunday, January 30. You may pick up Bingo cards at the usual places, Wayne’s and Rudy’s in Norris Point, Rumbolt’s and Endicotts in Rocky Hr., and Pete’s One-Stop in Woody Point. The Jackpot is $1275.00 on 53 calls.    … Read More

VOBB is looking for volunteers

VOBB Radio is operated 100% by volunteers. Volunteers consist of people from all age groups (children to senior citizens!), and all walks of life. Our volunteers also begin with varying experience in radio, from those who don’t know the upside of a microphone, to those who can completely re-wire the station in an hour. But, not to worry. The only requirement of being a volunteer with VOBB is having a good attitude and the willingness to learn some new skills while having fun!… Read More

Oil spill simulation

The Gulf of St Lawrence is under immediate pressure for oil and gas exploration, particularly at the Old Harry prospect. A synthesis of the regulatory process that has taken place over the last few years indicates that important societal decisions soon to be made by various ministries and environmental groups are going to be based on numerous disagreements between the private sector and government agencies. The review also shows that the regulatory process has taken place with a complete lack of independent oceanographic research…. Read More