The attached is being distributed on behalf of the Conference of Management Authorities, c/o NWT Species at Risk Secretariat.
The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (PWNHC) is accepting submissions from NWT artists, craftspeople, curators, and groups to display their art in the Mezzanine Gallery art exhibit space in 2024.
The deadline for applications is January 15, 2024.
The Government of the Northwest Territories is seeking individuals from all regions to join Social Assistance Appeal Committees for three-year terms.
The Apprenticeship, Trade and Occupation Certification Board is seeking applications for an Employer Representative to fill a three-year term.
By dialing 811, NWT residents can now access a free and confidential 24-hour phone service the provides trauma-informed support for mental wellness, addictions recovery, and tobacco cessation from a registered nurse, in addition to general health advice.
The Department of Municipal and Community Affairs (MACA) is announcing the annual notice of the nomination deadline for the Northwest Territories (NWT) Outstanding Volunteer Awards. This year marks the 32nd year of these awards, which recognize and celebrate the remarkable contributions voluntee
Premier Cochrane issued the following statement today on the passing of Chief Edward Sangris:
“I, along with residents of N’dilo, Dettah, Yellowknife and the Northwest Territories, am saddened to hear of the passing of Chief Edward (Eddie) Sangris.
The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) has entered a media blackout period that will run until December 8, 2023, spanning the time between the dissolution of the 19th Legislative Assembly and the appointment of members of the Executive Council for the next Assembly.
Child and Youth Counselling (CYC) services have been revamped this school year to improve supports for students, youth and families in Northwest Territories (NWT) schools and communities.
The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) announced today that it has renamed the Legacy Stanton Building as the łıwegǫ̀atì (kle-wa-goon-tea) Building. This is the traditional Wılı̀ı̀deh yatı name for Frame Lake.