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The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment has released a comparison of the NWT’s mining regime against 21 Canadian and international jurisdictions.
“A lot of what I do involves getting right up close and personal with people, and we weren’t really all too sure about (the virus) transmission rates,” said Haylee Tury, who goes by the name Haylee J.
The British Museum in London, England has developed an immersive exhibition, Arctic Culture and Climate, which will be on display at the museum from October 22, 2020 until February 21, 2021.
One filmmaking team from each territory is selected to receive $20,000 in financial contributions to complete their project.
The call for this year’s submissions opened October 1, 2020. The deadline is Friday, December 4th, 2020.
“Only the flexible survive” might someday be an aphorism coined to describe how small businesses can cope with a pandemic.
In the case of Fish on the Bay, its small size and mobility helped it adapt as its regular business channels dried up over the last six months.
A Yellowknife business owner has responded to the pandemic by opening not one, but two businesses.
Luna Liu is the owner of Destination NWT, a tourism operation that offers travel packages for English and Mandarin-speaking travellers.
As the NWT’s Commercial Fishers have headed out to work this summer on the Great Slave Kakisa Lake, and Tathlina Lakes, ITI’s newest fisher-support program has been getting important safety equipment where it is needed most - on their vessels.
This year, across Canada exhibitions, workshops and studio tours are happening online or in smaller groups.
In the NWT, Crafted NWT 2020 is taking place from September 20th until October 4th with a variety of activities across the NWT.
September 10, 2020
The NWT Film – supported feature-length documentary NAHANNI: River of Forgiveness debuted at the Yellowknife International Film Festival last year.
But over the Labour Day weekend, The NWT Film Commission (NWT Film) sponsored its “Red Carpet” screening in Tulita.
Safaa Nielsen admits that a pandemic wasn’t high on her list of eventualities for the business plan she prepared before she opened Anytime Fitness in January 2019.