Workshops in Hay River and Yellowknife in November focused on Agricultural Safe Food Best Practices. These workshops were made possible by the GNWT’s participation in the Canadian Agricultural Partnership.
“Discover Your Potential,” invited advertisements across several communities as a partnership from public, private, and non-governmental organizations hit the road for recruitment workshops. Learn more about them here.
Film makers from Canada and beyond are getting the chance to meet the now-famous Rock Creature from the motion picture Elijah and the Rock Creature. He will be making an appearance this week at the Whistler International Film Festival to promote the film.
It was a De Beers-sponsored luncheon for the young female scientists of tomorrow. The speakers were selected to tell their own stories and encourage their guests to explore science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs.
Among the invited role models was One of Our Own: Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI)’s Assistant Deputy Minister for Minerals and Petroleum Pamela Strand.
With some help from ITI, Yellowknife’s Andrea Bettger is heading to the 2018 Canadian Folk Music Awards. Her first album “Snappy Day” has been nominated for Instrumental Solo Artist of the Year. Click to read the full story.