About 15 artists gathered at the Fort Simpson Heritage Centre in February for a Meet and Greet with the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment’s regional office.
The Fur Harvesters Auction (FHA) House in North Bay, Ontario, completed its first auction of the year in March and the first in-person auction since 2019. It made a big difference to have buyers in-house to inspect the goods and actively compete at the auction. At any one time there were between 60-70 international fur buyers in the room.
Government of the Northwest Territories officials and staff were in attendance this week at the Arctic Energy & Resource Symposium March 22 – 23, 2023 in Calgary.
For six full days in March, 17 Indigenous artisans from across the NWT participated in the fourth annual Sealebration workshop at Makerspace YK.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment has released the Business Incentive Policy (BIP) guidelines to improve clarity and transparency for NWT Businesses.
March 7, 2023
At a PDAC networking event designed to open the conversations that lead to business opportunities and partnerships, Minister Wawzonek talked about timing and relationships Monday.
Since its introduction in 2014, the MIP has shelled out $6 million in government support to a variety of NWT–based mineral exploration projects, leveraging an impressive $29 million in reciprocal spending by its collective recipients.
With the market for electric vehicles and battery storage technology predicted to skyrocket in coming years, demand for critical minerals is growing.
PDAC 2023 opened Sunday in Toronto. The event is the world’s premier mineral exploration and mining convention for people, companies and organizations connected to mineral exploration.
From February 23-24, approximately 75 people participated in the first annual Grow NWT conference. Check out some photos from the event.