Ambassadors from Baltic nations Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia visit St. John’s, Goose Bay

Apr 2024

The ambassadors from Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania are in Newfoundland and Labrador this week.

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Julianne Griffin Special Guest on Atlantic Chamber of Commerce’s Podcast Chamber Spaces

Apr 2024

Julianne Griffin, CEO of the LNCC, joined the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce this week for its latest episode of the Chamber Spaces podcast.

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CBC Labrador Morning Interviews LNCC for the Annual Job Fair

Apr 2024

The LNCC held its second annual Job Fair in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, and CBC Labrador Morning stopped by for a visit.

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Statement by the Labrador North Chamber of Commerce on the passing of Caroline Hong

Mar 2024

On Saturday, Labrador said farewell to a dear friend, colleague, avid community volunteer and ally. We are incredibly saddened by the passing of Caroline Hong...

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Statement by the Labrador North Chamber of Commerce on the passing of Mary Janet Hill

Mar 2023

Statement by the Labrador North Chamber of Commerce on the passing of Mary Janet Hill.

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Request for Proposals

Aug 2022

The LNCC is seeking proposals for a qualified firm to develop a comprehensive three-year Organizational Growth Strategy.

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Happy Valley-Goose Bay Businesses Closing Temporarily as Labrador COVID-19 Outbreak Causes Unease

Jan 2022

As cases of COVID-19 in Labrador continue to increase, many businesses are adapting, or temporarily closing their doors, to try to combat the spread of the Omicron variant.

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LNCC CEO Nominated for the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards

Jul 2021

Congratulations to LNCC CEO Julianne Griffin who has been nominated for the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards - Social Impact (Regional Impact) Category!

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Atlantic Chamber Calling for Targeted Support for Business

Apr 2021

"We must ensure to channel targeted support to small business and specifically those not eligible for adequate existing support."

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Labrador businesses cite transportation and recruitment as major election issues

Jan 2021

Transportation and the impact it’s having on bringing in and retaining workers is one of the biggest issues facing Labrador businesses right now...

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