Real – Life – Potential 07.19.2012


Town of Clarenville launches new brand identity

An increasingly bustling hub situated in close proximity to all the major centres of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Town of Clarenville partnered with Pilot˚ Communications to maximize its communications and marketing potential as the choice location to live, work and invest.

What’s The Plan? 06.21.2012


An animated appeal for long term fiscal help for municipalities

Adequate funding solutions continue to be a point of contention for Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador, which they wanted to highlight with the continuation of their campaign “What’s The Plan?” Once again, Pilot˚ Communications was engaged to develop Phase II of the campaign as a follow-up to the first phase launched in the fall of 2011.

Anne Whelan Named Top CEO 05.10.2012


Atlantic Business Magazine Names Anne Whelan to Top CEO List for Second Consecutive Year.

Anne Whelan, President of Whelan Group, has again been named one of the Top 50 CEO’s in Atlantic Canada. Whelan accepted the award during a ceremony in Halifax, N.S. on May 9, 2012. The Whelan Group is the parent company of CareGivers Inc., Blue sky Child Youth Family Care, and BrenKir Industrial Supply. Whelan also has interests in Care Connection Newfoundland and Labrador, Shine Executive Cleaning and The Three Sisters Pub in Placentia, NL.

From the Ground Up 03.26.2012


Mining Industry NL launches new website

A major contributor to the economy of Newfoundland and Labrador, mining is a well-established industry in our province. With a mandate to motivate continued growth of the sector, the former NL Chamber of Mineral Resources asked Pilot˚Communications to help them create a forward-thinking, professional brand that would better serve the organization in their role as advocates for the local mining industry.

Get Onboard and Win! 03.12.2012


Home from The Sea Campaign launches contest

The Home from The Sea Capital Campaign is looking to raise awareness and engage supporters in their $2.5 million fundraising drive to build a Memorial Site and Interpretation Centre for sealers in Elliston, Trinity Bay.