Funding Programs

You can narrow down funding opportunities based on who you are (eligibility) and what kind of funding you are looking for (category). Choose some options from the lists below and press go.


CTIC provides funding to community governments and non-government organizations to support new and innovative infrastructure projects. The projects must support tourism in communities and promote nearby parks and natural attractions.
The program is designed to fund short-term training opportunities for tourism workers to gain new skills or to upgrade skills and assist tourism operators in the NWT to support and encourage a well-trained tourism labour force.
Funding is provided to organizations to deliver local activities aimed at increasing skills development, including workplace essential skills.
Funding to help deliver culturally relevant, community-based options for people living with mental health and addictions in the NWT.
Funding to exploration companies who propose new exploration projects or are already carrying out NWT mineral exploration work.
Funding for environmental monitoring and research in the Northwest Territories.
Funding available through the NWT Business Development and Investment Corporation (BDIC) to assist businesses with their digital projects to increase online presence, boost e-commerce, or digitalize operations.
Funding to assist individuals, small businesses and community governments in disaster recovery and restoring damaged property.
Funding for projects that preserve or expand existing infrastructure of licensed centre-based child care spaces or to create new licensed centre-based child care spaces in NWT communities.
One-time funding for materials, resources and community services that create a culturally appropriate environment
Funding to assist licensed early learning and child care programs with the day-to-day costs
One-time funding for licensed early learning and child care programs to purchase or replace equipment, such as high chairs, car seats, playground equipment, furniture and other learning materials.
One-time funding for licensed centre-based programs to purchase or upgrade computer equipment to allow staff to participate in professional development activities
Early Learning and Child Care Scholarships are awarded to Northwest Territories (NWT) part-time and full-time post-secondary students enrolled in a diploma or degree program in early childhood development to assist with costs associated with pursuing their education.
Funding to offset costs of installing electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the Northwest Territories.
The Emergency Evacuation Relief Program (EERP) provides one-time financial support to help mitigate the immediate costs associated with evacuations due to natural disasters such as wildfires and flooding.
Funding is available year-round for emergency situations like freeze-ups and furnace failures.
This program provides mentorship support for new and inexperienced entrepreneurs.