The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) has released two documents monitoring the socio-economics of NWT mining.
Green thumbs across the NWT are digging in for another growing season. Here’s a look, by-the-numbers, at some investments and projects, past and planned, in NWT agriculture.
Mining is part of our heritage, and our future.
That’s why every year, the Government of the Northwest Territories celebrates Mining Week with a series of events designed to engage, educate, and entertain in partnership with the NWT and Nunavut Chamber of Mines.
Minister Wally Schumann has released the NWT Business Development and Investment Corporation’s (BDIC) 2017-2018 Corporate Plan.
Today is the final day of National Tourism Week 2017 and our last blog of this tourism series. We hope you enjoyed the series as well as the tourism activities in the Northwest Territories!
“Tourism is a happy industry,” Amy Lizotte says when asked what she enjoys most about her work. She is the North Slave Regional Tourism Development Officer (RTO) and loves it.
Minister Wally Schumann has tabled the Mineral Development Strategy 2015-2016 Annual Report in the legislature.
Jess Fortner spent last summer feeling like he was the luckiest person in the world. One of the perks of his role managing tourism and parks in the Sahtu Region is participating in the Canol Trail clean up. The days were long and the work was challenging, but each morning Jess woke with a smile on his face.
After working as the Dehcho Regional Tourism Development Officer (RTO) with Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) for six years, Marion Storm’s favourite part of the job is still meeting travellers.
Photo: Todd Noseworthy
Minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment Wally Schumann released a report yesterday highlighting continued progress on the Northwest Territories’ (NWT) landmark Economic Opportunities Strategy (EOS).