Monthly Archives: April 2011
South Slave Minister’s Regional Forum on Aboriginal Student Achievement Focuses on Revitalizing Language and Culture
Language and culture revitalization was the focus of the South Slave Aboriginal Student Achievement (ASA) Minister’s Regional Forum on Hay River’s K’atlo’deeche First Nation Reserve, April 5 to 7, 2011.
Territorial premiers released the Pan-Territorial Adaptation Strategy and the Pan-Territorial Renewable Energy Inventory in Yellowknife today at the conclusion of the ninth annual Northern Premiers’ Forum.
Premier Floyd K. Roland has released responses from federal leaders and candidates to his April 12th letter requesting their positions on issues of importance to the people of the Northwest Territories.
Media are invited to attend a presentation to the NWT Grade 6 winner of the 2010 National Immunization Awareness Week poster contest. Rebecca Martin of the Princess Alexandra Middle School in Hay River has been chosen as the 2010 NWT winner and will be recognized at the school by Health and Social Services Minister J. […]
The Premiers of Canada’s three Territories will meet in Yellowknife this week to discuss shared opportunities and interests at the 9th annual Northern Premiers’ Forum.
The Hay River Territorial Supported Living Campus’ day program centre is celebrating its grand opening this Thursday. The day program centre will offer programs for moderate to severe cognitively disabled adult residents and clients.
This year’s theme for National Immunization Week, April 23 – 30, is: Immunization Protects Everyone.
Today, in Ottawa, Premier Floyd K. Roland is meeting with the provincial and territorial ministers of Aboriginal Affairs and leaders from five national Aboriginal organizations to discuss progress and next steps in their plan to improve the quality of life for First Nation, Inuit and Métis peoples.
Premier Floyd K. Roland says negotiations to devolve administrative responsibility for public lands and resources are about giving the future of the Northwest Territories (NWT) a chance.
Premier Floyd K. Roland has written to leaders of the federal political parties seeking their position on four key areas of importance to residents of the Northwest Territories (NWT).