YELLOWKNIFE (October 18, 2010) - This is Small Business Week - a time to celebrate the small and medium-sized businesses and co-operatives, and the contributions they make to our communities and the territorial economy.
October 18, 2010 - Today, the Minister of Health and Social services highlighted two initiatives that the Department of Health and Social Services has spearheaded with the Coalition Against Family Violence as part of the NWT Family Violence Action Plan Phase II.
October 18, 2010 - The Minister of Education, Culture and Employment Jackson Lafferty was pleased to share news today about its Aboriginal Student Achievement initiative that focuses on increasing the accomplishments of Aboriginal students across the Northwest Territories.
October 18, 2010 - Today marks the start of Small Business Week, and the Minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment took the opportunity today to recognize and celebrate the entrepreneurs and their businesses across the Northwest Territories.
October 18, 2010 - The Premier of the Northwest Territories, Floyd K. Roland, provided NWT residents with an update on the progress that the Government of the Northwest Territories has made on devolution in the recent months.
October 15, 2010 - Minister of Finance, J. Michael Miltenberger, provided a fiscal and economic update to Members of the Legislative Assembly today.
YELLOWKNIFE (October 15, 2010) - With a period of growth now forecast in the NWT economy, the Government of the Northwest Territories’ fiscal strategy will maintain a tight rein on spending growth while reducing capital investment over time to historical levels.
October 15, 2010 - The Minister of the NWT Housing Corporation, Robert C. McLeod, updated the Members of the Legislative Assembly and the general public on recent housing construction and related vacancies in the NWT.
October 14, 2010 - In his Sessional Statement to Members of the Legislative Assembly, Premier Floyd K.
YELLOWKNIFE (October 13, 2010) - Communities across the Northwest Territories have harvested a bumper crop of produce ranging from potatoes and carrots to spinach and lettuce thanks to dedicated community gardeners and the Government of the Northwest Territories’ (GNWT)