Each region in the Northwest Territories now has a one-stop-shop for information on events, initiatives, and programs for Government of the Northwest Territories' (GNWT) Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) through regional Facebook pages.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) wishes to congratulate all winners at this year's 70th Anniversary Yellowknife Chamber of Commerce Business Awards Gala.
Entrepreneurs in Yellowknife now have access to a powerful online tool for eliminating red tape.
We're only eight days away from the Inspiring Commercial Agriculture Conference, the biggest event in Northwest Territories agriculture.
The Government of the Northwest Territories' (GNWT) Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment has released a collection of programs, services, and funding offered by their Tourism and Parks division.
In an increasingly-globalized world, there is no shortage of projects or places in which companies can invest their money. Certain jurisdictions have distinct advantages. The Northwest Territories (NWT) has many.
Calling all food gardeners! Mark your calendars and be prepared to green your thumbs! In collaboration with several local non-profit organizations, the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment, North Slave Region, is pleased to welcome the public to four upcoming agriculture events.
Jess Fortner is the Department of ITI’s Manager of Tourism and Parks in the Sahtu Region. This season’s second successful cleanup of a portion of the Canol Trail offers a great example of why he loves his job. “It’s the interesting and diverse workload – and the warm community that works together to get the job done,” Jess says.
The Yellowknife business community is celebrating a new arrival this week. Mr. Bingjun Wang arrived in Yellowknife with his daughter in August under the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) Nominee Program’s business stream.
Louis Koob received an exceptionally warm welcome when he entered the 60th Parallel Visitor Centre on September 8. He was the Centre’s 20,000th visitor for the 2016 season.