YELLOWKNIFE (December 5, 2014) – More than 100 delegates from across the Northwest Territories came together in Yellowknife over the past two days to hammer out an action plan to combat poverty in the NWT.
YELLOWKNIFE (December 4, 2014) – Seven Northwest Territories residents were recently certified to deliver the FirstHost Tourism Program to those working in the territory’s emerging Aboriginal tourism sector.
YELLOWKNIFE (December 3, 2014) – A new book documents the history of the Mackenzie River, the people of the region and the crossing at Fort Providence.
Yellowknife (November 28, 2014) – The new Wildlife Act for the Northwest Territories (NWT) comes into force today.
YELLOWKNIFE (November 27, 2014) – Northwest Territories (NWT) geoscientist Gary Vivian is the first resident North of 60 to receive the Canadian Professional Geoscientist Award from Geoscientists Canada.
YELLOWKNIFE (November 27) – The Government of the Northwest Territories welcomes Diavik’s announcement yesterday that they are proceeding with the development of pipe A21.
Distinguished guests, Chiefs, honoured colleagues, thank you for the invitation to join you today. It is an exciting time in Canada’s oil and gas sector and in particular, in the Northwest Territories.
YELLOWKNIFE (November 27, 2014) – I was saddened to hear of the Yukon’s Alex Van Bibber passing away. Van Bibber was known all across the north and, up until he was 96, was an outfitter, miner, residential school survivor and honoured veteran.
YELLOWKNIFE (November 26, 2014) – World-class geoscience information will be made available to the public through the Government of the Northwest Territories’ (GNWT) plans to build a Geological Materials Storage Facility.
Redistributed on behalf of the Species at Risk Committee
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