The Government of the Northwest Territories' (GNWT) Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment today launched an Unlocking Our Potential branded magazine to promote awareness of the Northwest Territories' (NWT) resource investment potential.
Adventurers who want to spend Thanksgiving camping in an NWT Park will now have the chance. Most NWT Campgrounds close for the season today (September 15), but this year access to Blackstone Territorial Park has been extended until October 15.
The historic Papal Site in Fort Simpson is being re-constructed. In the process, project organizers hope to formally establish it as the world’s tallest wood teepee upon completion. Reality show, Timber Kings is in the Dehcho community to assist the Liidlii Kue First Nation (LKFN) in rebuilding the historic site, which hosted a visit from Pope Saint John Paul II in 1987.
Residents of Norman Wells embraced their first-ever farmers market on August 27 – but not for long. Within the first two hours of the market all wares, including locally-grown produce, baked goods, and arts and crafts, were sold out!
The North’s annual business conference returns to Yellowknife this week and leaders from the public and private sectors are set to share their vision for the future of industry and investment in Canada’s North.