Programs and Services

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Supporting immigration for the betterment of labour and business development in the NWT.
NWT Hydrocarbon Potential Map Preview
The Petroleum Resources Division provides geospatial information regarding hydrocarbon potential for public and industry.
NWT Valley Photo
Everything related to managing development of onshore oil and gas resources in the Northwest Territories.
Sediment Sampling For Mineral Potential
A program to stimulate grassroots mineral exploration in the NWT.
Trolling for Trout in Great Slave
A program to fund business in sectors identified as important for tourism, sustainability, import replacement, and E-commerce.
A Small Urban Garden
Helping underserved communities and organizations operating in them get resources to promote community agriculture developmen
Terms for resource development set by the GNWT to ensure projects are undertaken in the best interests of our citizens.
Investing in projects to evolve local economies across the NWT
Programs to help Northwest Territories artists pursue their dreams.
Financial support to applicants to start businesses, improve their capacity or skills and help communities expand their economy.
Alexandra Falls
Support for the Northwest Territories' budding film and media arts industry.
Support for the Traditional Economy
The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) support Traditional Economy by providing funding to local harvesters in the NWT
A program to provide applicants with an opportunity and financial support to learn skills from experienced mentors.
Supporting the development and enhancement of tourism products and services for more diverse tourism landscape.
A program to help you re-invent, improve, or expand your tourism product and operation to meet future market demands.
Support and guidance on developing safety plans for tourism operators
Supporting skill development for individuals working the tourism sector.
Resources designed to increase tourism capacity in the NWT.

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