The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) was represented by Minister of ITI Bob McLeod and Director Responsible for the Secondary Diamond Industry Tracy St-Denis at several important meetings and events over the weekend.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment was a key sponsor of the annual World Shore Lunch Championship June 4th, 2016 at the Northern Frontier Visitor Centre in Yellowknife.
While Fresh Fish from Great Slave Lake was a featured product, the event also marked the conclusion of tourism week in the NWT and offered a celebration, for visitors and residents alike, of our unique northern environment and its exceptional resources.
The 2016 Be a Tourist In Your Own Town campaign wrapped up Friday with a draw for overall prizes.
The real winners however, were residents who participated in the campaign to see and experience their city through the eyes of tourists. Many said they did things they never would have thought of doing and visited places they didn’t know existed. The 42 participating businesses and organizations said they enjoyed a lot of foot traffic and increased sales.
Representatives from the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment's (ITI) were on-hand at the North of 60 business conference May 31 - June 1 in Yellowknife promoting the vast, untapped resource potential of the Northwest Territories (NWT) as part of ITI's Unlocking our Potential marketing initiative.
With endearing recipes names like, Jiggling Lemon Trout and Poor Man’s Lobster, a promotional cook book promoting Fresh Fish from Great Slave Lake will debut this weekend in association with one of Yellowknife’s foremost tourist events.
The Northwest Territories’ northernmost region has expanded its roots in small-scale food production over the past year thanks to a partnership between the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment’s (ITI) Beaufort Delta Region and the Community Garden Society of Inuvik (CGSI).
As the snow disappears and the wind begins to lose its bite, excitement is building for camping in the Northwest Territories (NWT); a fact demonstrated by explosive opening-day reservation numbers compiled last week.