As a chamber of commerce, we represent a wide variety of businesses and organizations committed to the growth and prosperity of the region.
Natural Resources Magazine covers all aspects of the oil, gas, mining and alternative energy sectors. With an editorial advisory board comprised of industry experts, it's Atlantic Canada's most authoritative development publication. With it's unique distribution through Atlantic Business Magazine ( the regions most award-winning business publication ), It has the largest circulation of any resource magazine in the region and is the only magazine hand delivered to the booths and delegates at the PDAC, Houston, Calgary, Offshore Europe, Nova Scotia and St. John's trade and energy shows. Ask about our competitive rates and our audited circulation.
Marilyn Butland has a proven reputation for developing solid relationships in complex situations with people who matter: in mine related projects including start-up plans for Vale’s Long Harbour Processing Plant to owner interests in re-opening Wabush mine; in aboriginal relations for Labrador Inuit business interests and Qalipu Mi’kmaq member rights; and business leadership in guiding firms, entrepreneurs and non-profit organizations through awareness campaigns, issue management and growth. Her passion for promoting the province is grounded in a deep connection and commitment to Labrador since 1980. Marilyn has been steering her own business consulting and communications practise for five years, after thirteen years in agency work in management and as a partner, and fourteen years with Government NL. Building on her MUN Bachelor of Commerce (’82) and MBA work, along with certifications in public participation, partnership brokering, and management consulting, she is a strategic, results-focused, professional team player.
Downhome Inc. is a publishing company and owns Downhome Magazine, Home and Cabin Magazine, and Inside Labrador Magazine to name a few. Downhome Inc. also owns Auk Island Winery in Twillingate, Nl. We are 25 years old and employ approximately 45 people.