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juillet 26, 2017
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Yellowknife, TNO, le 26 juillet 2017 – Le gouvernement des Territoires du Nord-Ouest (GTNO) organise une enquête unique sur les espèces sauvages dans le cadre d’un projet national permettant aux Canadiens de renouer avec la nature et de mettre en valeur la richesse de notre biodiversité. Le projet spécial BioBlitz Canada 150 bénéficie du soutien de la Fédération canadienne de la faune (FCF) et de partenaires de la conservation; il souligne le 150e anniversaire de la Confédération.

octobre 14, 2016
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Yellowknife, le 14 octobre 2016 – Le ministère des Transports est heureux d’annoncer, pour la présente saison, la prolongation du service de traversier sur la route Dempster, dans la région de Beaufort-Delta.

Le Ministère maintiendra le service de traversier hivernal aux points de service de la rivière Peel et du fleuve Mackenzie aussi longtemps que les conditions de sécurité le permettront afin de limiter l’interruption du service.

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août 31, 2016
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Yellowknife, le 31 août 2016 – Les membres du public et des médias sont invités à assister à un événement portes ouvertes et à la réunion publique d’un comité du Conseil exécutif, auxquels participeront le premier ministre et les membres du Conseil exécutif. Ces événements traduisent l’engagement du gouvernement des Territoires du Nord‑Ouest (GTNO) à la transparence et à l’ouverture.

mars 2, 2016
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Mr. Speaker, I rise today to provide Members with an update on an exciting new initiative to support On The Land programming in the Northwest Territories.

Mr. Speaker, we know that there is huge demand for On The Land programs in the NWT. They are important components of community wellness, healing, healthy living, and environmental stewardship and protection. They support the traditional economy, sustainable livelihoods, and building capacity in our communities.

février 15, 2016
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YELLOWKNIFE (February 15, 2016) – The Government of the Northwest Territories will hold a public memorial service to celebrate the life of former Commissioner Stuart Hodgson on February 19 at 3:00 p.m. in the Great Hall of the Legislative Assembly in Yellowknife. A reception hosted by Commissioner George Tuccaro will follow.

décembre 20, 2015
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YELLOWKNIFE (December 20, 2015) – Premier Bob McLeod issued the following statement on the passing of former Commissioner Stuart Hodgson:

"I was saddened to learn of the death of Stuart Hodgson on Friday, December 18. As Commissioner of the Northwest Territories (NWT) from 1962 to 1979, Mr. Hodgson laid the foundation for responsible, representative government for the NWT.

novembre 2, 2015
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FORT SIMPSON (November 2, 2015) – The MV Lafferty (Liard River) Ferry on Highway 1 to Fort Simpson and the MV Johnny Berens (Mackenzie River) Ferry on Highway 1 to Wrigley have been placed on 72-hour notice of closure as of 0800 November 02, 2015.

The Department will continue to monitor water levels and ice conditions on a regular basis and will advise drivers should conditions change. Changes to water levels and ice conditions may warrant a sudden closure.

octobre 23, 2015
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FORT SIMPSON (October 23, 2015) – The M.V. Lafferty Ferry near Fort Simpson on Highway 1 is operating normal hours from 8:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. daily.

The Department of Transportation (DoT) reminds travelers to complete essential movements of goods as soon as possible. The Lafferty Ferry could be shut down within a week, or even sooner, if the conditions warrant a closure.

octobre 19, 2015
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FORT SIMPSON (October 19, 2015) – The Department of Transportation is advising of delays at the Liard River crossing near Fort Simpson.

The Lafferty Ferry will be operating normal hours (8:00  a.m. to 11:45 p.m.), but multi-trailer transport trucks will be required to split and be transported as single tractor trailer units.

Travellers will be required to back onto the ferry to facilitate the offloading process.

octobre 15, 2015
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YELLOWKNIFE (October 15, 2015) –The Yellowknife Driver and Vehicle Licensing Office will be at a new location as of October 26, 2015. The office will be located on the ground floor of the new government building at 5015 49th Street. This move will take place over the weekend in order to avoid any interruption of service or inconvenience to the public.

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