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Burin Peninsula Chamber of Commerce


The Marystown-Burin Area Chamber of Commerce was established on the Burin Peninsula in 1991 and we have served businesses in the Marystown and Burin area ever since.  

In December 2009 our boundaries were expanded to include the whole Burin Peninsula south of Swift Current.  To reflect the change in our boundaries our name was changed to the Burin Peninsula Chamber of Commerce.

We are excited about these new changes and look forward to serving businesses outside the Marystown and Burin areas!

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4th Annual Business Awards

Sponsored by TD Canada Trust 

The Burin Peninsula Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate all of the businesses who were nominated for awards this year. You are obviously doing something right and it is getting noticed! Here is a complete list of nominees and the winner for each category.


Employer of the Year – Small Business (Presented by South Coast)

Colleen’s Gift Shoppe

The Flower Cottage

Keyin College

The Winner: Colleen’s Gift Shoppe



Employer of the Year – Med – Large (Presented by Dynamic)

Edwards & Associates

Community Credit Union



The Winner: Edwards & Associates


Community Spirit – Small Business (Presented by CCU)

Fewer’s Hairstyling

Burry’s Service Centre

The Flower Cottage

The Winner: Fewer’s Hairstyling


Community Spirit – Med - Large (Presented by CCU)

Extreme Pita


Community Credit Union

The Winner: Scotiabank


Community Spirit – Community Enterprise (Presented by CCU)

Placentia West Development Association (PWDA)

Marystown Volunteer Fire Department

The Winner: Placentia West Development Association



Family Business of the Year (Presented by Kiewit)

Aylward’s Mini Mart

Wongs Palace Restaurant

Boot Computers

Brinton’s Signs

Burin Enterprises Ltd

The Winner: Aylward’s Mini Mart


Young Entrepreneur (Presented by CBDC)

Mosaic Marketing

Colin Pittman Photography

The Winner: Mosiac Marketing


Committee Recognition

Peninsula Video Games

Smallwood Crescent Community Centre

Placentia West Development Association

Burin Peninsula Health Care Foundation

Sacred Heart Family Aid

The Winner: Smallwood Crescent Community Centre


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