ABOUT THE CHAMBER
For more than 60 years, the Labrador North Chamber of Commerce (LNCC) has been the most diverse and representational business organization in Labrador. With our strong advocacy efforts and highly successful events such as the Northern Lights Business and Cultural Showcase, the LNCC is one of the most progressive and influential chambers in the country. We work tirelessly for our members to foster a positive environment in which businesses and the community can prosper. The LNCC aims to highlight and promote business opportunities, as well as regional challenges to development, with every project and initiative the organization undertakes. We exist to serve our members across many sectors and jurisdictions and offer advocacy and support to businesses across Labrador and beyond. The LNCC is a vital link between business and all levels of government to strengthen business growth in Labrador.
Community Navigator, Welcoming Communities Initiative
Chief Executive Officer
Manager, Finance & Administration
Manager, Events & Business Engagement
Andy Turnbull, Chairperson
Nunacor Development Corporation
Caroline Davis, Director
Wayne Sheppard, 1st Vice Chair
Sheila Downer, Director
Ernie McLean, Director
Atlantic Safety Equipment
April Pike, Director
Pike's Home Hardware & Home Furniture
Stephanie Campbell, 2nd Vice Chair
Serco Goose Bay
Jennifer Ring-Michelin, Director
60 YEARS OF PROGRESS
For more than 60 years, the Labrador North Chamber of Commerce (LNCC) has been the most diverse and representational business organization in Labrador.
The Labrador North Chamber of Commerce is first established.
The Labrador North Chamber of Commerce is incorporated.
The first Northern Lights event is held, an event that continues to be held today with the latest one happening in 2020.
Purchased, renovated, and opened the Visitor Information & Business Innovation Centre.