The NWT’s Mining and Exploration Industry celebrated excellence Thursday in the many areas in which mining and exploration contribute to the NWT.
The GNWT Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) Will be meeting with Dehcho residents in Fort Simpson to help plan Regional Economic Development.
The Northwest Territories (NWT) is more than just open for business. It’s ready to do business better, with an eye on the future both in terms of global demand for particular resources but also the expectation for meaningful social licence.
Canada’s first rare earth mine is the result of a geological rift and the keen eye of a young geologist.
The 50th Yellowknife Geoscience Forum formally got underway Tuesday.
It was another first for the Northwest Territories mining sector as Vital Metals unveiled its multimillion-dollar rare earth processing facility in Saskatoon in September.
About 150 people attended the first gathering of this community in 1972. Some of us attending this year’s Forum were not even alive when that first gathering took place.
Minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment, Caroline Wawzonek provided the following statement on the 50th Yellowknife Geoscience Forum:
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This week’s Yellowknife Geoscience Forum, November 15-17, marks a waypoint on the Northwest Territories Journey in Geoscience discovery and communication.