Corner Brook Transit: The regular fare is $2.50, but multiple-ride cards (5 rides for $10) and monthly passes are also available at the Campus Bookstore. Click herefor the schedule and prices.
Taxi: You can call a taxi from anywhere in the city, and itwill take you to another location within the city for a sit-in rate of $7.20) plus $1.30 per kilometer. There are also flat rates for outside city limits. Taxis run 24 hours a day. Some taxi companies are:
Taxi Shuttle (Fall and Winter semester)
- Every alternate Sunday, we offer a free taxi shuttle service for students to get their groceries, household items, and other miscellaneous items. The shuttle goes from the flagpoles outside the atrium to Coleman's, Corner Brook Plaza, Murphy Square, Valley Mall and back to Grenfell Campus.
Corner Brook offers a variety of local and international cuisine. Check the list of restaurants here.
Grenfell campus offers two dine-in options:
- The Grove: The Grove is pleased to offer coffee, soup, salad, and sandwich bar, including daily hot specials and ready-to-go items. The Grove offers homemade pizzas, fries, combos and pub food. You can purchase a meal plan here.
West Street: a variety of restaurants, bars, and locally owned small businesses
Broadway: local shops, restaurants, pubs, etc., all on one street!
Corner Brook Plaza: over 50 shops and services all in one building
Valley Mall: Sobeys, Sobeys Pharmacy, Eclipse Basic, Dollarama, Telus, Aliant, etc.
Millbrook Mall: Shoppers Drug Mart Pharmacy, Cineplex, Medical offices (physiotherapy, dental), etc.
Murphy Square: Wal-Mart, Staples, Dominion Grocery Store, Bulk Barn, Canadian Tire, GameStop, Buck or Two, Mark's Work Warehouse, Chatters, Restaurants, etc.
137 O'Connell Drive: Coleman's, Lawton's, Liquor Store
Grenfell Campus is the second largest of MUN’s campuses and is located in the beautiful city of Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador. With a city population of about 20,000, Corner Brook has all the charm, safety, and warmth of a rural community, with all the amenities of a larger city. It might be small, but it's a vibrant city with an active arts community and plenty of opportunities to get active outdoors and explore. It also has services including fair-trade coffee shops, affordable places to eat, shopping, nightlife, and medical facilities.