As a chamber of commerce, we represent a wide variety of businesses and organizations committed to the growth and prosperity of the region.
The Association for New Canadians is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to the provision of settlement and integration services for immigrants and refugees. For over 35 years, the Association has delivered programs and services designed to support all aspects of newcomer integration, ranging from settlement information and orientation, to language learning, skills development and employment.
Snowmobile endurance race.
Mokami Status of Women Council (MSWC) is an equality seeking feminist organization that links women by sharing ideas, resources, skills, experience and knowledge. It operate several projects including the Women's Centre with both drop in services and planned programming, Thrifty Fashions thrift shop, and its new supportive housing project.
NLCA is the voice of the provincial commercial and industrial construction industry in Newfoundland and Labrador.
NunatuKavut or "Our Ancient Land" is the territory of the southern Inuit people of Labrador, which the NunatuKavut Community Council serves to represent.
The Legion is the largest of the many veterans Organizations in Canada with over 330,000 members.
SmartICE is an award-winning technological innovation for the North. We are the world’s first climate change adaptation tool to integrate traditional knowledge of sea ice with advanced data acquisition and remote monitoring technology. Our system combines these approaches to provide invaluable, data-driven insights into sea-ice thickness and local ice conditions, in near real-time. We embrace a business model that aims to expand opportunities for economic and social development in northern markets while preserving local cultures and lifestyles. Our tools offer information that support better decision-making across numerous industries. From mining, shipping and fisheries, to emergency response and national defense - SmartICE offers enhanced clarity for environmental monitoring and situational awareness in the north.
Learn about Labrador history at Them Days--from our magazine, archive, or walking tours.
Women in Resource Development Corporation (WRDC) is a provincial non-profit organization committed to increasing women's participation in trades and technology occupations. WRDC provides a variety of free programs and services including career exploration opportunities for girls, career development services for women, and recruitment and retention support for companies to meet specific diversity goals.