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On October 6, 2022, the NWT Geological Survey’s (NTGS) permafrost science team, including Steve Kokelj, Ashley Rudy, and Niels Weiss took their colleagues on a Yellowknife permafrost tour.
The deadline for the first applications under the GNWT’s new Indigenous Capacity Building Program will be December 1, 2022.
Selected NWT artists are showcasing their creations at Winnipeg’s foremost arts festival this week.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment is proud to recognize Abraham Snowshoe from Fort McPherson as this season’s NWT Parks Hospitality Award winner!
The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) is engaging NWT residents online and in person to inform the development of Economic Development Plans (REDPs) for each region.
The Government of the Northwest Territories has a responsibility to ensure benefits from the extraction of NWT natural resources are provided to residents of the NWT.
Thursday was a training day at the NWTT annual meeting and conference in Hay River. The full-day opportunity for face-to-face professional development and learning is traditionally sponsored by the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment.
After a nearly three-year hiatus due to social gathering restrictions, ITI’s REDI initiative returned October 4th in Inuvik.
Together, we have worked and invested with focus and dedication to ensure that the NWT tourism industry could make it to the point where we are today.
Minister of Industry Tourism and Investment, Caroline Wawzonek addressed members of Northwest Territories Tourism (NWTT) on Wednesday at their annual general meeting and conference in Hay River.