PDAC 2023 opened Sunday in Toronto. The event is the world’s premier mineral exploration and mining convention for people, companies and organizations connected to mineral exploration.
From February 23-24, approximately 75 people participated in the first annual Grow NWT conference. Check out some photos from the event.
The Northwest Territories Geological Survey has released a summary of mineral exploration in the Northwest Territories in 2022.
March 4th is NWT Fur Day; activities serve to support and celebrate the Northern fur industry—including arts, crafts, and clothing.
The draw for Extended Stay campsites at Prelude and Reid Lake will take place this Sunday!
From February 23-24, approximately 75 people participated in the first annual Grow NWT conference hosted by the Territorial Agri-foods Association (TAA) which was supported in part by the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment.
Four Indigenous artists from the NWT had the opportunity last week to attend a national conference to promote the Proudly Indigenous Crafts and Designs (PIC&D) brand, thanks to support from ITI’s NWT Arts Program and the Seals and Sealing Network (SSN) — a subcommittee of the Fur Institute of Canada.
Here’s a chance to take those first steps into prospecting.
Eligible Indigenous governments and organizations in the NWT are advised of a limited opportunity to access funding under the GNWT’s new Indigenous Capacity Building Program for use prior to March 31, 2023.
Prospective Yellowknife entrepreneurs were invited to a lunchtime session on Wednesday to learn how the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) can help to transform their business plans and ideas into reality.