Monthly Archives: February 2011
Nominations for the 2011 Education Hall of Fame are now being accepted.
The Department of Education, Culture and Employment is now accepting nominations for inductions into the Education Hall of Fame.
The Minister of Environment and Natural Resources tabled the 2006-2010 Barren-ground Caribou Management Strategy in the Legislative Assembly today.
Today, during Session, the Minister of Municipal and Community Affairs provided Members with an update on the Public Service Capacity Initiative.
A new plan – Tourism 2015: New Directions for a Spectacular Future ─ was released today and will guide GNWT investments in the tourism industry over the next five years, and will encourage additional investments by the Federal government, industry, and other partners.
Putting forward the business case for federal investment in the Mackenzie Valley Highway was the primary focus when Transportation Minister Michael McLeod met with federal Transport Minister Chuck Strahl on Friday.
The Minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment highlighted the development of two key marketing activities that will strengthen the Northwest Territories tourism sector, today in Session.
During the Aboriginal Student Achievement Minister’s Regional Forums, attendance has been identified as a concern, and to highlight the connection between attendance and student development and growth, the theme for this year’s Education Week, February 21-25, is: “Good Attendance. Good Education. Good Job.”
Today in Session, the Minister of Municipal and Community Affairs, Robert C. McLeod, shared with Members the infrastructure achievements of community governments in the Northwest Territories.
The Minister of Education, Culture and Employment, Jackson Lafferty, recognized the upcoming Education Week, today in Session.