YELLOWKNIFE (April 9, 2018) - Approximately $5.6 million will be invested in developing the Northwest Territories (NWT) agriculture sector under the new five-year Canadian Agriculture Partnership (CAP) announced Tuesday.
The Northwest Territories has new fans. From March 24-28, 155 travel agency owners and partners landed in Yellowknife to experience tourism products and services. The group has impressive contact lists and a wide-reach amongst industry, which can bode well for the NWT's tourism industry.
Do you have design skill? Design a logo for the upcoming International Kimberlite Conference, and you could win $500 in the process! The 12th International Kimberlite Conference (12IKC) is looking for a logo for their next conference, which will be hosted in Yellowknife in 2021.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment’s engagement team was in the Dehcho last week to begin their NWT-wide conversation with residents on proposed changes to laws governing oil and gas development in the Northwest Territories.
In the heart of the Mackenzie Mountains, a group of 12 gather around a small campfire, eating a dinner of stew and bannock. Their day has been a long one of hiking along the Canol Trail, stooping to cut and coil lengths of communication wire with each step.
There is no one else around for hundreds of kilometres.Margaret McDonald sits amongst them, preparing rose hips, spruce gum, and birch fungus that she collected during the day.
Representatives from the Department of Industry Tourism and Investment were in Calgary this week to participate in the 18th Annual Arctic Oil & Gas Symposium. For senior government officials, key industry players, and northern community leaders, the annually conference is an opportunity to talk candidly about oil and gas development in the Northwest Territories (NWT).