Innu Development Limited Partnership, Nunatsiavut Group of Companies, and PAL Airlines Announce Partnership

The Innu Development Limited Partnership (IDLP) and the Nunatsiavut Group of Companies (NGC) announced today they have partnered with PAL Airlines for the provision of air services under a new brand, Air Borealis. Air Borealis will continue to provide quality service and reliability while being poised for growth both within Labrador and beyond. The Air Borealis brand represents the rich cultures of both indigenous groups.

Nunatsiavut Group of Companies releases newsletter

In a continuing effort to keep Beneficiaries and other stakeholders informed of its activities, the Nunatsiavut Group of Companies (NGC) has published its summer newsletter. The August 2016 newsletter details recent developments within the various companies, including: Air Labrador’s launch … Continued

The Torngats Unveils New Branding and Tourism Website The Management and Staff of The Torngats invite you to discover your next great adventure. They have rebranded and launched their new website, just in time for the beginning of the tourist season. “We wanted our online presence to … Continued

NGC helping keep Nunatsiavut warm

November 17, 2014 Some residents of Nain, Hopedale and Makkovik will be a little warmer this winter, thanks in part to the Nunatsiavut Group of Companies (NGC). For the fourth consecutive year, NGC has implemented its Wood to the Coast … Continued

PUBLIC ADVISORY: Snowmobiler safety risk

Goose Bay Capital Corporation Inc. – November 17, 2014 The Goose Bay Capital Corporation Inc. (GBCC) is asking snowmobilers not to operate their motorized vehicles in and around the Town Centre site. The site is located on Hamilton River Road, between Tim … Continued

Press Release – CAI Nunatsiavut Marine Appoints New President

Clint Davis, Board Chair of the Nunatsiavut Group of Companies and Director of CAI Nunatsiavut Marine Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Capt. Peter Adams to the position of President and CEO of CAI Nunatsiavut Marine effective immediately. … Continued