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Northwest Territories Tourism (NWTT) recently released a refreshed version of their website that is aimed at better serving visitors and prospective visitors to the North.
As visitors take in the world-class sights of our parks, they’ll be greeted with another of our territories treasures: our local art.
Every year, qualified travel buyers come together at Rendez-vous Canada (RVC), our country’s signature international tourism tradeshow, to explore and partner with Canadian tourism professionals to market and sell Canada with confidence.
A new video showcasing Toyota’s 2019 RAV4 has been attracting a great deal of views and shares – as much for its location, as for the vehicle itself.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment’s booths were popular stops at the 11th Annual Career Fair on May 10th, hosted by the Yellowknives Dene First Nation.
It’s Tourism Week across Canada and the NWT is joining in the celebration. Here’s what’s going on across the territory this week.
With licences, tags, and tools in-hand, aspiring prospectors will soon be striking out on-the-land and learning to stake claims.
NWT students and young professionals interested in learning more about the tourism industry are invited to apply for the second intake of the Youth Mentorship for Tourism Program.
The fourth annual Urban Hide Tanning Camp is set up and started producing traditionally tanned hides in Yellowknife last week.
NWT Arts, with the help of the City of Yellowknife and local organizations, has re-released a bilingual ArtWalk Map for Yellowknife.