The Northwest Territories film sector is full of Action!
A hybrid (in-person and online) forum earlier this month brought together members and leaders of Indigenous governments, the territorial government, the mining Industry, and various other stakeholders to discuss the findings and recommendations from the SEA review.
Almost $2.7million has been provided to tourism operators and tourism-related businesses as they prepare to re-start or re-set their activities in the post-pandemic tourism environment.
A little bit of the NWT has taken up residence at Sungiven Foods flagship location in Burnaby, BC from now until February 15, 2023.
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The following Genuine Makenzie Valley Fur (GMVF) Market Forecast, prepared by GMVF Fur Marketing and Sales Coordinator, Nathan Kogiak, highlights what species are in demand (globally) based on key indicators including auction sales results and insights from industry stakeholders.
Deadline for Indigenous Capacity Building Program has been extended to December 9.
One of the best attended events at this year’s Yellowknife Geoscience Forum was a luncheon hosted by the NWT’s newly-formalized Women in Mining chapter.
12 Northwest Territories (NWT) artists travelled to Winnipeg in October with their suitcases full of handmade northern inspired wearable art and fine crafts, bound for the annual CRAFTED: Show & Sale and CRAFTED: A Fashion Show, at the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG).
It was an unexpected but well-deserved honour for the Northwest Territories Geological Survey (NTGS) last week.