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Precipitation is heavy year-round, but highest in December and January and lowest in April and May, with relatively more dry, stable conditions extending into July many years.
The Corner Brook area lies in an especially heavy snow belt because of cold Arctic air masses from mainland Canada, coming from the west or northwest, crossing the waters of the Gulf of St. Such storms can bring high winds and heavy precipitation, with possibly-changing precipitation types in a single storm.
(For more history on the subject, see Latvians and Baltic Germans in Corner Brook) Corner Brook is home to the Corner Brook Pulp & Paper Mill (owned by Kruger Inc.), which is a major employer for the region.
The city has the largest regional hospital in western Newfoundland.
Atlantic Canada's largest poetry festival was founded in the late 1980s by poet and playwright Al Pittman, and Corner Brook author, historian Rex Brown. Corner Brook is also home to the region's only community radio station, Bay of Islands Radio (CKVB-FM 100.1, or BOIR). However, the station received its broadcast license from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission on October 6, 2016, and commenced FM broadcasting on November 5, 2017.
It is the administrative headquarters of the Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nations band government.
The area was originally four distinct communities, each with unique commercial activities: Curling, with its fishery; Corner Brook West (also known as Humber West or Westside) with its retail businesses; Corner Brook East (also known as Humbermouth and the Heights) with its railway and industrial operations; and Townsite (known as Corner Brook), home to the employees of the pulp and paper mill.
It also has a wide array of shopping and retail businesses and federal and provincial government offices.
It is home to Grenfell Campus, Memorial University, as well as campuses of Academy Canada and College of the North Atlantic.