The popular Ranney Hill Trail, beloved by day-hikers and dogs alike, is getting an upgrade. ITI is working alongside 10 private sector and not-for-profit organizations to create the Ranney Hill Geological Interpretive Trail.
April 16th is the day that we’ve all been waiting for. Check your gear and grab your marshmallows because the NWT Parks website opens tomorrow for bookings! Here are some quick tips to help you get that coveted site for the days you want.
Minister Wally Schumann joined Executive Director for the Diamond Empowerment Fund Nancy Orem Lyman and Winter Bailey of the Mine Training Society today to announce a new $25,000 scholarship fund for 18-30 year-olds in the NWT and Kitikmeot region of Nunavut to further their careers in mining-related fields.
After the 2016 fire consumed the lodge that had been hosting anglers and outdoor enthusiasts for 34 years, the owners of Namushka Lodge felt as if they had “lost a family member.” But even as the last of the fire was still smoldering, the family had started to plan the rebuild. Tourism Product Diversification and Marketing Program
The Department of ITI South Slave regional office has committed to installing professional displays in each of its communities to showcase and market the talents and products of local and regional artists.
Tourism operators in Tuktoyaktuk received tips and tricks for expanding their tourism businesses last weekend. They came as part of training organized by the GNWT’s Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI).
It’s no wonder Peter Magill loves Hay River! Home to the K’amba Winter Carnival, Hay Days Festival, Polar Pond Hockey and prime locations for fishing, kayaking or enjoying the best beach in the Northwest Territories, Hay River has a lot to offer.