About Us

The Burns Lake & District Chamber of Commerce was incorporated on January 10th, 1927.  We are in the 96th year of our incorporation, and we are honoured to represent the businesses in Burns Lake & the Lakes District as the Voice of Business.

A volunteer Board of Directors governs the Burns Lake & District Chamber of Commerce. 

We are located at 258 Hwy 16 in Burns Lake, BC.  Our regular hours of operation are 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Tuesday to Thursday, and we are closed on Statutory Holidays.

Our Chamber offers many workshops and networking opportunities – please check our events page.

Board of Directors 2023-2024

The Burns Lake Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors currently consists of 10 members, President, Vice-President, Treasurer/Secretary, Past President and six directors. Members are nominated and elected at the Burns Lake Chamber Annual General Meeting, held every April. Each board member is elected for a 2-year term, executive positions are elected yearly for a 1-year term.

Mark Rogers | President 

Kal Tire Burns Lake 
Dedicated to helping our local business economy flourish, Mark Rogers has been the President of the Burns Lake Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for three years.
Growing up on the Southside of Francois Lake, Mark has been a local of the area for many years. After spending nearly a decade working in blasting, Mark returned to a job working with tires in 1996, giving him over 25 years of experience in the automotive industry. He is currently the Burns Lake Kal Tire manager, dedicated to ensuring our committee has access to friendly and professional tire maintenance services.
When he isn’t working to ensure every one of his customers is receiving exceptional service, Mark enjoys spending time with his family at their cabin on Babine Lake, taking in the natural beauty of our area.

Jason Jubinville | Vice President 

P & B Feeds N Needs


Alice Harris | Treasurer / Secretary 

RBC Burns Lake 

Laura Blackwell | Past President 

Lakes District News

Laura Blackwell was born in Montreal, Quebec and moved to B.C. when she was 9. She went to school in the area and moved to Smithers for 10 years. After receiving a promotion with Black Press, Laura returned to Burns Lake in 2001. She is the publisher for Lakes District News and Houston Today and has been employed by Black Press for over 26 years. 

Laura enjoys working for the newspaper and volunteering for the community of Burns Lake. Her volunteerism in the past has included 18 years for the Burns Lake Rotary club, over 20 years with the Burns Lake Foodbank and many years with the charity garden and Pinkut Lake Fish Tragedy Fund. Her present day – she has volunteered for the Burns Lake & District Chamber of Commerce for over 10 years and is currently sitting on the Board of Directors as the Past President. She also sits on many committees that include the Village of Burns Lake tourism advisory committee, the United Way, the Bulkley Valley Credit Union community building committee, and the Vulnerability Analysis Advisory Committee for the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako for Area B & G.


Klaus Posselt


The Tahtsa Group



Polar Park / NAPA

Shannon Gibson


North Point Studio

Megan Benson


Reclaim Health & Wellness

Megan Benson


Reclaim Health & Wellness



Chinook Community Forest



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