With a rich history, traditions, and arts and crafts, the NWT’s Aboriginal tourism is a burgeoning sector that attracts visitors from around the world. The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) offers programs, services and supports to foster growth in this exciting sector.
NWT film is busy this May as three locally-produced films screened at the Dead North Film Festival continue to gain traction worldwide.
Hay Riverites are in for some chills and thrills this weekend as the North’s premier horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and thriller festival rolls into town.
The third annual Be A Tourist In Your Own Town campaign begins tomorrow with bigger prizes and more chances to win.
Camping, swimming, hiking and boating are just a few of the activities that locals and visitors enjoy in Northwest Territories (NWT) Parks.
Following the first Canadian Mining Symposium in London, UK on May 9, British and European mining and investment companies have a better understanding of the opportunities and realities that exist in the Northwest Territories (NWT).
From the midnight sun to the dancing Aurora, roaming wildlife to unforgettable adventures, the Northwest Territories (NWT) has something for everyone. It’s no wonder that the territory’s tourism industry is thriving! As we near National Tourism Week, May 29 – June 2, we’ll be sharing a special series of blogs covering this important and vibrant industry.
The NWT feature film — directed and produced respectively by local film stalwarts Kirsten Carthew and Amos Scott — reached yet another high-point in its festival drive over the weekend at Arkansas' Bentonville Film Festival.
The first of Northwest Territories’ (NWT) Parks are set to open next week and officially kick off camping season! Here are some updates and tips for a memorable 2017 camping season.
Minister Wally Schumann sat down with Business News Network today to talk resource potential, business climate, and infrastructure development in the Northwest Territories.
Check out the full interview below.