Residents of Fort Smith will find familiar ITI faces in a new office after the official opening took place on December 9th. The South Slave Regional Office, which includes trade and investment, tourism and parks, and finance and administration, is now located at 207 McDougal Road.
A mining company active in the Northwest Territories (NWT) received international attention for their exploration activities earlier this month. Kennady Diamonds Inc. accepted the Exploration Company of the Year Award at the Mines and Money Conference in London, England on December 1, 2016. They share the award with co-recipient NexGen Energy.
One of the Northwest Territories (NWT) film industry’s greatest success stories continued its impressive release drive last weekend at the Whistler Film Festival (WFF) and one of its leads walked away with one of the largest prizes from the weekend’s program.
A new guide is making it easier than ever to learn about tourism careers in the Northwest Territories’ (NWT). A Guide to Tourism Careers in the Northwest Territories is strongly representative of the NWT and includes profiles on local tourism and hospitality professionals from communities across the territory.
Last week, during the 44th edition of the Yellowknife Geoscience Forum, ITI employee Doug Irwin was officially named a Fellow of Geoscientists Canada — one of the highest honours awarded by one of Canada’s largest geoscience professional organizations.
Federal, territorial and provincial partners agreed to a tourism declaration at today’s Canadian Council of Tourism Ministers' (CCTM) meeting in Iqaluit. Collaborative marketing, improved access to statistics and increasing Canada’s offerings of Indigenous tourism, festivals and events were among the priorities identified.