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Background At the July 2011 Council of the Federation (COF) summer meeting in Vancouver, Premiers agreed to meet again early in the new year on an integrated approach to sustainable health. In anticipation of renegotiating major federal transfer funding with the federal government, Premiers agreed to work together on identifying key principles that should govern […]
For September 2011, Statistics Canada estimates that 23,800 out of 32,200 residents 15 years of age and older were employed in the Northwest Territories, representing an employment rate of 73.9%. Overall, Canada’s employment rate stood at 62.6% in September. Since August 2011, employment in the NWT rose by 300 persons.
A Yellowknife breastfeeding expert has tips for new moms and the people who support them.
Information released today by Statistics Canada indicates that the Yellowknife All-Items Consumer Price Index rose 3.4% from August 2010. By comparison, the annual price increase was 3.1% for Canada, 3.0% for Edmonton, and 3.0% for Whitehorse.
Purpose: To provide lasting recognition and gratitude towards those who contribute to the preservation and promotion of cultures and heritage in the Northwest Territories. The Cultural Circle helps build awareness amongst all northerners about the importance of promoting, protecting, preserving and celebrating our unique culture, heritage and ways of life. Eligible Recipients: Youth Category – […]