Representatives from the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT), Dominion and Diavik Diamond Mine wrapped up a series of community meetings in the Tłįchǫ last week.
The Government of the Northwest Territories today released its Contracts Over $5000 annual report for the 2015-2016 fiscal year in an open data format.
Of all the long distance hiking trails in North America, few can compete with the challenges and rewards of the Canol Trail. Now, one of its most formidable obstacles has consistent safe passage.
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The three-day NWT Tourism Conference and AGM was capped off with a gala dinner and award ceremony in Yellowknife last night.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) commends everyone in the NWT tourism industry for a highly successful year and congratulates last night’s award recipients in particular.
Students in the Dehcho region are getting some valuable insights into the mining sector this week.
Exquisite garments made of qiviuk, hide, fur, bone and glass made their way onto the runway last night to formally open the annual Northwest Territories (NWT) Tourism Conference. The fashion show - sponsored and hosted by the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) - featured Dene Fur Clouds, the Qiviuk Boutique, D’Arcy Moses, and a finale piece by Rosalind Mercredi and Alison McCreesh.
Minister Wally Schumann tabled the Community Futures Program annual report for the 2014-2015 fiscal year on October 25.
The Nature Playbook is a set of guidelines and principles published by the Canadian Parks Council based on research and consultation from an intergenerational, citizen-focused, cross-Canada working group.
A new website designed to provide a one-stop-shop for those interested in immigrating to the Northwest Territories (NWT) launched today.
Calling all green-thumbs! The first of several free agriculture events kicks off Sunday, October 23. No registration required.