Monthly Archives: March 2011
The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) recently held a workshop with representatives from the NWT film industry to discuss how the government can provide support to the industry.
Final numbers are in and over $815,000 worth of Genuine Mackenzie Valley Furs (GMVF) were sold at a wild fur sale hosted by Fur Harvester’s Auction Inc. in Seattle, Washington on March 13, 2011.
Former Deputy Minister and Supreme Court Justice Donald M. Cooper is being remembered today by his many friends and colleagues as a remarkable man who made a difference in the lives of many people, both inside and outside of the Government of the Northwest Territories.
Representatives of the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) joined residents of Fort McPherson yesterday for a full regimental funeral re-enacted to honour the 100th anniversary of The Lost Patrol.
Media are invited to learn about the new NWT Colorectal Cancer Screening Clinical Practice Guidelines in effect.
Minister of Health and Social Services Sandy Lee tendered her resignation to the Premier on Saturday.
Students of the Department of Municipal and Community Affairs’ School of Community Government’s Community Recreation Leaders Certificate Program (CRLCP) now have more options for educational advancement with the signing of a transfer agreement with the College of the Rockies.
Low water levels in Great Slave Lake and fluctuating water levels at the Mackenzie River raise the possibility that the break in service for the Fort Providence crossing of the Mackenzie River this spring may be longer than usual.
Premier Floyd K. Roland says Canada’s commitment to construct an all-season road between Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk demonstrates that NWT priorities are being heard and recognized in Ottawa.
Premier Floyd K. Roland offers congratulations to Mr. Eddie Erasmus, who was elected Tlicho Grand Chief yesterday.