The NWT’s tourism workforce now has a glossy, one-stop catalogue at their fingertips that offers a snapshot of the programs and services available to them through the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment and NWT Tourism.
The Northwest Territories’ (NWT) agriculture sector received great news on July 21 as the territorial government entered into a multi-lateral agriculture partnership. The Canadian Agricultural Partnership, (previous agreement called Growing Forward 2), will go into effect on April 1, 2018.
A sleek new booklet, Investment Opportunities in Canada’s Northwest Territories is fresh off the printers and on its way to embassies around the world. The Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) promotional booklet comes in response to the mandate commitment to “attract foreign direct investments, and cross-promote minerals, furs, fish, forest products, and tourism to investors and markets”.
The Northwest Territories Geological Survey (NTGS) is a division of the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) that provides geoscience knowledge to governments, industry, and the public. The division also help to inform decisions concerning the responsible development of mineral and energy resources, land use, and environmental stewardship.
Event planners looking for something different know that they’ve come to the right place when they talk to Michelle Handley, Manager of the NWT Conference Bureau and Business Relations with NWT Tourism. “Be brave enough to lose your tie,” she tells them.
An estimated 600 seedlings were planted over two weekends in the Prelude and Reid Lake Territorial campgrounds with the help of the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment’s Park Officers and their young tree planting assistants.
The NWT Oil and Gas Annual Report 2016 is now available. While the slowdown in the global oil and gas sector continued in 2016, the GNWT is moving forward with a number of initiatives to improve the environment for responsible development of Northwest Territories petroleum resources.
With the release of its Northwest Territories’ Immigration Strategy 2017-2022: Building a Skilled Workforce and a Vibrant Economy, the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) has formalized its planned approach to increase the number of immigrants working and investing in the NWT.