Caroline Wawzonek, Minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) today announced new engagements with stakeholders and partners to help advance a Northwest Territories (NWT) Knowledge Economy (KE).
The Chief Public Health Officer (CPHO) is easing indoor gathering restrictions for all Northwest Territories’ residents.
Please note that travel schedules may change with little or no notice. This schedule is accurate as of June 28, 2021
Flood-affected residents, small businesses, and community governments in flood-impacted communities will get enhanced disaster assistance to recover and rebuild after unprecedented flooding.
Issued June 25, 2021. If there are any changes, an updated version of the itinerary will be provided on June 30, 2021.
The banner on the COVID-19 website has been updated to align with the targets outlined in the new Emerging Wisely 2021 plan.
Two grants that were introduced in 2020 to assist students with additional expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic have been extended for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Eligible students can access:
The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) is pleased to announce vaccine opportunities have been provided to youth in all 33 NWT communities. Going forward, vaccine will be available in every health centre in the territory to ensure timely, equitable access for all residents.
Please note that travel schedules may change with little or no notice. This schedule is accurate as of June 20, 2021
Minister of Health and Social Services, Julie Green has extended the territory-wide Public Health Emergency under the Northwest Territories’ Public Health Act on the advice of Chief Public Health Officer (CPHO) Dr. Kami Kandola.