Executive Profiles

Chris Webb is President and CEO of the Nunatsiavut Group of Companies. He brings 15 years of business experience to his role with over 10 years at senior level positions. He has a Bachelor of Commerce Degree with a major in Human Resources Management and Industrial Relations from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and has completed an Executive Development program offered jointly through Queens and Cornell Universities. Chris is also a full-time hockey dad and volunteer coach, currently residing in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador with his wife Robin and son Eric.

Captain Peter Adams is the President and CEO of Nunatsiavut Marine Inc. (NMI), a wholly owned subsidiary of NGC. Captain Adams brings 15 years of experience to his role, including 10 years at sea together with command experience, and five years in senior and executive management positions. In 2013, Captain Adams was appointed President and CEO of then CAI Nunatsiavut Marine Inc. which operates the Labrador Marine Service on behalf of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Under his leadership, NGC has assumed 100% ownership of Nunatsiavut Marine Inc. and has improved safety, maintenance practices, reliability, and customer service for the Northern Ranger and Shore-based Operations on the Coast of Labrador.

Adam Brown’s previous experience includes 15 years in the consulting industry, specializing in the design and construction of commercial and residential land development projects in Alberta and Nova Scotia. While managing partner at a planning/engineering firm, Adam worked for NGC as a consultant before taking the position of Vice President Operations. He received his BSc in Civil Engineering from University of Alberta, holds a PMP designation, and is currently enrolled in the MBA program at Saint Mary’s University. He has travelled extensively and has lived in both Asia and in South America and loves the Labrador Coast. Adam’s focus is business strategy and development, building construction capacity and improving internal efficiencies within the Group of Companies.

Philip Earle is a partner owner and CEO of Air Labrador Limited. Philip started his aviation career 20 years ago as part of the senior management team of the Pike Group and their airline operation, Labrador Airways Limited. Philip’s background is stemmed in rural, northern communities, where he has built a strong knowledge and experience for success in these environments. He has worked in various capacities of managing an airline operation and has developed a strong expertise in the travel and cargo industry. Philip was appointed as an additional director to the ATAC Board in 2013 where he continues to serve. Philip presently sits on the Board of Directors of Destination Labrador, Labrador’s destination marketing agency and is an active volunteer within the community of Happy Valley-Goose Bay where he resides with his family.

Shane Cyr MBA, President/CEO, Universal Helicopters Newfoundland and Labrador LP (UHNL LP), has been working in helicopter aviation since 1996. He has worked throughout Canada, Taiwan, Peru, Brazil and Australia servicing clients in both onshore and the offshore helicopter services markets. Currently serving on the Board of Directors of UHNL LP and HAC (Helicopter Association of Canada). Starting out as a ground operations worker in the helicopter logging industry of British Columbia, Mr. Cyr has worked through the ranks and held positions of more responsibility throughout his career with over 15 years of management experience. Mr. Cyr holds a Bachelor’s degree from Vancouver Island University and a Masters of Business Administration from the Sydney University in Australia.