ITI’s Community Tourism Coordinator Program provides funding to local governments and organizations to help hire and maintain tourism coordinators in their communities.
ITI has developed a new on-line educational series to help NWT crafters and artists improve how they price and sell their artwork.
If a picture is worth 1000 words, here’s 8,000 more on the NWT’s presence at Round-Up in January.
Community tourism coordinators help develop local tourism development by promoting and coordinating local services like accommodations, local cuisine, parks, and recreation to host tourists visiting the community.
Last week Cabinet members and officials from the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) attended the Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) Roundup conference in Vancouver to promote the territory’s mineral resource, exploration, and development sector.
Trapping is a cultural staple in the NWT and a recognized element of a diversified economy.
The NWT’s unique and partnered approach to mineral development was foremost Wednesday at AME’s Round Up.
A compilation of Northwest Territories (NWT) Critical Mineral Showings is now available from the Northwest Territories Geological Survey (NTGS).
January 25, 2023
Tuesday night was historic for NWT mining, as representatives from Women In Mining Canada officially welcomed the new NWT chapter of Women In Mining to the national stage.
Women In Mining NWT celebrated with a networking event at the AME Roundup conference in Vancouver. Representatives from Women In Mining Canada, Indigenous Governments, members of industry, and the GNWT were all in attendance to acknowledge the milestone and make new connections for the mining industry.
The Department of ITI has released the 2022 Engagement on Resource Royalties What We Heard Report.