It’s been dubbed the World’s Largest Film Festival! National Canadian Film Day - an annual coast-to-coast-to-coast film screening that will take place this year on April 19 and celebrate Canada’s 150th. Approximately 1,700 events are taking place including several in the Northwest Territories (NWT).
Thanks to the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) and a group of dedicated volunteers, residents of Paulatuk can look forward to fresh, locally grown salad on their dinner plates again this summer.
If you’re already dreaming of campfire s’mores don’t forget that you can begin booking your favourite campsites starting tomorrow at www.nwtparks.ca/campgrounds.
The deadline to apply for MIP has been extended to April 29, 2017.
New funding levels are now available under the Mining Incentive Program (MIP) following the recent program budget increase from $400,000 to $1 million. Prospectors can now apply for $25,000 (up from $15,000) and exploration companies can apply for $200,000 (up from $100,000), up to 50% of eligible expenses.
NWT students and young professionals interested in learning more about the tourism industry still have time to apply for the Youth Mentorship for Tourism Program.
The deadline for applications is Monday, April 24 at 5:00pm.
Ulukhaktok artists are better positioned to sell their special artwork to residents and tourists following two “Pricing Your Art” workshops presented by the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment.
The transformative power of tourism was on the agenda for 50 delegates from the Beaufort Delta and Sahtu regions in an intensive workshop this week.
March is a busy month for entrepreneurs and business owners in the Northwest Territories (NWT) taking advantage of training opportunities offered by the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI).
Everyone knows the lakes, forests, and campgrounds around the North Slave region are spectacular summer destinations. But would more people flock to these same spots once the lakes freeze over and the trees are blanketed by snow if there were services offered?
A survey facilitated by the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment seeks to find out — and identify the services to which citizens would most enjoy having access.
Tourism was top of mind in Wekweètì March 14-15 as residents gathered for a tourism open house and half-day planning session, hosted by the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment’s (ITI) North Slave Office.