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Astonishing diamond found in Canada's Northwest Territories - Digital Journal
  1. Astonishing diamond found in Canada's Northwest Territories  Digital Journal
  2. North America's biggest diamond dug up in Northwest Territories: mining firm  CTV News
  3. North America?s biggest diamond, nearly 5.5 cm long, found in Northwest Territories  Global News
  4. Canadian firm says it has found largest diamond ever unearthed in North America  TheChronicleHerald.ca
  5. Largest diamond unearthed in North America a 'miracle': Dominion VP  CBC.ca
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Prime minister announces new senators for Yukon, Northwest Territories - CBC.ca
Prime minister announces new senators for Yukon, Northwest Territories  CBC.ca

After being vacant for over a year, the Yukon and Northwest Territories' Senate seats have been filled, as the Prime Minister's Office announced Margaret Dawn ...




Hundreds of N.W.T
health records found at Fort Simpson dump - CBC.ca
Hundreds of N.W.T
health records found at Fort Simpson dump
  CBC.ca

An N.W.T man says he found hundreds of confidential medical records at the Fort Simpson dump
The documents contain detailed information about patients' ...




Northwest Territories plans reforms to child services after scathing report by federal auditor-general - The Globe and Mail
Northwest Territories plans reforms to child services after scathing report by federal auditor-general  The Globe and Mail

The government of the Northwest Territories has delivered a plan for major reforms to child services after a scathing report by the federal auditor-general.




Recruiting Indigenous Physicians in the Northwest Territories | A\J ? Canada's Environmental Voice - Alternatives Journal
Recruiting Indigenous Physicians in the Northwest Territories | A\J ? Canada's Environmental Voice  Alternatives Journal

This is the first in an eight-part series on The Gordon Foundation's Jane Glassco Fellowship Program
In 2017, there was a 35 percent shortage of general ...




N.W.T
privacy commissioner to investigate 'major breach' of health data found at dump - CBC News
N.W.T
privacy commissioner to investigate 'major breach' of health data found at dump
  CBC News

The N.W.T.'s privacy commissioner says she will investigate after a man found hundreds of confidential medical records at a dump in Fort Simpson.




New N.W.T
senator wants to be a voice for people of the territory - CBC.ca
New N.W.T
senator wants to be a voice for people of the territory
  CBC.ca

'I was very humbled and honoured to be selected for the Senate appointment,' says Margaret Dawn Anderson
The prime minister appointed four new senators ...




'Looks like a dark cloud' for the N.W.T.'s economy, say Indigenous leaders - CBC.ca
'Looks like a dark cloud' for the N.W.T.'s economy, say Indigenous leaders  CBC.ca

The Northwest Territories' economy is in bad shape, according to Indigenous leaders who took part in a forum in Yellowknife this week
Several economic ...




At least 2 corrections officers suspended from N.W.T
jail - CBC.ca
At least 2 corrections officers suspended from N.W.T
jail
  CBC.ca

The territorial government would not confirm the number of employees suspended or the nature of the investigations.




Carbon Tax In The Northwest Territories: What You Need To Know
- Environment - Canada - Mondaq News Alerts
Carbon Tax In The Northwest Territories: What You Need To Know
- Environment - Canada
  Mondaq News Alerts

A carbon tax is coming to the NWT
The GNWT recently announced their plan to implement a made in the north NWT Carbon Tax designed and administered in ...




Territorial officials offer mixed reactions to report on cost of substance use in Canada - CBC.ca
Territorial officials offer mixed reactions to report on cost of substance use in Canada  CBC.ca

A new report that finds Canada's territories spend the most per capita on costs related to substance use is getting a mixed reception in Nunavut and the ...




Diamond mining could grow in Northern Canada with new rules - The Weather Network
Diamond mining could grow in Northern Canada with new rules  The Weather Network

Two companies are approved N.W.T
diamond manufacturers, but neither of them take advantage of this distinction.




A year after 'red alert,? N.W.T
premier warns territory still struggling to develop natural resources - National Post
A year after 'red alert,? N.W.T
premier warns territory still struggling to develop natural resources
  National Post

OTTAWA ? As a growing number of provinces band together to fight the federal carbon tax, Northwest Territories Premier Bob McLeod says that while he ...




Northern advocates say new HIV guidelines a win - CBC.ca
Northern advocates say new HIV guidelines a win  CBC.ca

Prosecutors in the northern territories must follow new guidelines for HIV cases.




Canada Post strike impedes non-profit?s attempts to help communities in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories - Toronto Star
Canada Post strike impedes non-profit?s attempts to help communities in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories  Toronto Star

No settlement imminent despite frenzied email exchange over Canada Post offer, Nov
20
While mail disruption is an inconvenience to many of us living in ...




N.W.T
hydro communities to no longer receive funding for solar panels - CBC.ca
N.W.T
hydro communities to no longer receive funding for solar panels
  CBC.ca

The Arctic Energy Alliance has a nearly doubled budget with new government funding, and new directives about how that money should be spent.




N.W.T
gov't loosening rules in hopes of wooing Northern diamond manufacturers - CBC.ca
N.W.T
gov't loosening rules in hopes of wooing Northern diamond manufacturers
  CBC.ca

In an effort to breathe life into the N.W.T.'s dormant diamond manufacturing industry, the territorial government will allow diamond polishers that set up shop in ...




Lead plaintiff in Indian Day School lawsuit meets with N.W.T
chiefs - CBC.ca
Lead plaintiff in Indian Day School lawsuit meets with N.W.T
chiefs
  CBC.ca

Garry McLean, the lead plaintiff in the class action lawsuit over abuses endured by students at Indian Day Schools, wants to make it easier for Northerners to file ...




Cocaine trafficker sentenced to 26 months - CBC.ca
Cocaine trafficker sentenced to 26 months  CBC.ca

A Yellowknife judge disagreed that there's a trend toward lighter sentences for cocaine trafficking in the N.W.T
as she sentenced a Burnaby man to just over two ...




He is the egg man: N.W.T.'s Polar Egg expanding operations - CBC.ca
He is the egg man: N.W.T.'s Polar Egg expanding operations  CBC.ca

The owner of Polar Egg is taking over the inspection plant in Hay River and the hay River Poultry Farm.




N.W.T
Power Corp
warns people to stay off ice on Jackfish Lake - CBC.ca
N.W.T
Power Corp
warns people to stay off ice on Jackfish Lake
  CBC.ca

The Northwest Territories Power Corporation is warning snowmobilers to stay off of Jackfish Lake near the power plant, where there is thin ice and open water.




N.W.T
gov't denies men were sexually abused at Inuvik Child Welfare Centre - CBC.ca
N.W.T
gov't denies men were sexually abused at Inuvik Child Welfare Centre
  CBC.ca

The Government of the Northwest Territories is denying that two men were sexually abused at a government-run child welfare centre in the 1990s
The two ...




N.W.T.'s only microbrewery out $100K after equipment supplier goes out of business - CBC.ca
N.W.T.'s only microbrewery out $100K after equipment supplier goes out of business  CBC.ca

The owner of the only microbrewery in the Northwest Territories is out more than $100000 after one of his suppliers went into receivership and shut its doors.




Gold mines to inject new life into Canada's far north - MINING.com
Gold mines to inject new life into Canada's far north  MINING.com

New mining projects, particularly in the gold sector, are expected to drive strong economic growth in Canada's far north, with Yukon and Nunavut surpassing the ...




Trudeau names four new senators ? including a failed Liberal candidate - CBC News
Trudeau names four new senators ? including a failed Liberal candidate  CBC News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has named four more people to the Senate, filling all its remaining vacancies.




As flu season comes early to N.W.T., health official urges people to get the shot - CBC.ca
As flu season comes early to N.W.T., health official urges people to get the shot  CBC.ca

The Northwest Territories chief public health officer says flu season has come early, and she recommends people get their flu shots
"In the last two weeks, we've ...




Peel Plateau in the Northwest Territories, Canada [image] - EurekAlert
Peel Plateau in the Northwest Territories, Canada [image]  EurekAlert

Methyl mercury is being released into environments such as this one, on the Peel Plateau in the Northwest Territories, Canada.




Death of 'Uncle' Ahmed Mahamud Ali shines spotlight on taxi driver safety - CBC.ca
Death of 'Uncle' Ahmed Mahamud Ali shines spotlight on taxi driver safety  CBC.ca

The death of a Yellowknife taxi driver has thrust the issue of drivers' safety into the spotlight, as a local company comes to grips with the loss of one of its own.




Cultural safety training to begin for some N.W.T
health-care workers in December - CBC.ca
Cultural safety training to begin for some N.W.T
health-care workers in December
  CBC.ca

New details have emerged about cultural safety training that's set to roll out for staff with the Northwest Territories' Department of Health and Social Services ...




N.W.T
gov't agency selling downtown Yellowknife building, in bid to recover million-dollar loan - CBC.ca
N.W.T
gov't agency selling downtown Yellowknife building, in bid to recover million-dollar loan
  CBC.ca

The territorial government's economic development agency is selling off a downtown Yellowknife property in an attempt to recover a million-dollar loan
The 50th ...




Sahtu Secretariat questions N.W.T
government's numbers on caribou decline - CBC.ca
Sahtu Secretariat questions N.W.T
government's numbers on caribou decline
  CBC.ca

The Sahtu Secretariat Inc
says it does not believe what the Northwest Territories government is saying about the recent decline in some barren-ground caribou ...




Company says it can recycle heat to reduce energy costs for N.W.T
communities - CBC.ca
Company says it can recycle heat to reduce energy costs for N.W.T
communities
  CBC.ca

A company with roots in Fort Providence says its energy system could slash costs in northern communities by as much as 60 per cent, while cutting harmful ...




Government to pledge $400 million for transport projects in Canada's North - CBC News
Government to pledge $400 million for transport projects in Canada's North  CBC News

The federal government is set to announce funding to help improve the remote roads, airports and bridges of Canada's North
On Monday, Transport Canada ...




'The bar has been raised': NWT air ambulances get international safety accreditation - CBC.ca
'The bar has been raised': NWT air ambulances get international safety accreditation  CBC.ca

The Northwest Territories air ambulances are now accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems, a group of non-profit ...




Yellowknife students take part in Skills Canada NWT Workshops - My Yellowknife Now
Yellowknife students take part in Skills Canada NWT Workshops  My Yellowknife Now

Skills Canada NWT hosted the 18th Annual Power Up! Career Exploration Workshops at the Yellowknife Multiplex on December 3rd and 4th
The workshops ...




N.W.T
road conditions will be one click away with new gov't transportation plan - CBC.ca
N.W.T
road conditions will be one click away with new gov't transportation plan
  CBC.ca

The territorial government has detailed a plan that will allow people to go online to see what road conditions are like across the Northwest Territories.




Police In Canada Have Actually Arrested A Man For Hiding Cocaine In Tim Hortons Timbits - MTL Blog
Police In Canada Have Actually Arrested A Man For Hiding Cocaine In Tim Hortons Timbits  MTL Blog

Canada has a love-hate relationship with Tim Hortons
Sure, we sometimes love to complain, but we all know that the coffee and fast food chain is an iconic ...




Canada's NWT Lifts Polishers' Export Ban - Rapaport
Canada's NWT Lifts Polishers' Export Ban  Rapaport

Canada's Northwest Territories (NWT) has abolished its ban on diamond manufacturers sending rough to other locations for processing, potentially enabling ...




Great Slave Helicopters employees in N.W.T
safe from layoffs, company official says - CBC.ca
Great Slave Helicopters employees in N.W.T
safe from layoffs, company official says
  CBC.ca

Despite planning to operate "lean and mean," the company's new chief operating officer says Great Slave Helicopters does not plan to lay off workers in the ...




How will wind power change Inuvik? N.W.T
energy director gives the details - CBC.ca
How will wind power change Inuvik? N.W.T
energy director gives the details
  CBC.ca

The landscape of Inuvik could change soon with the construction of wind turbines just outside of town.




'This is our land': K'atl'odeeche First Nation continues opposition to claims on traditional land - CBC.ca
'This is our land': K'atl'odeeche First Nation continues opposition to claims on traditional land  CBC.ca

K'atl'odeeche First Nation says visitors are welcome, but only members may lay claim to traditional territory.




Nighthawk explores regions near Colomac in NWT - Canadian Mining Journal
Nighthawk explores regions near Colomac in NWT  Canadian Mining Journal

Since it kicked off this year's 32,500-metre drill program in March, Nighthawk Gold (TSX: NHK; US-OTC: MIMZF) has continued drilling at the Colomac and ...




N.W.T
government not acting fast enough on caribou crisis, says MLA - CBC.ca
N.W.T
government not acting fast enough on caribou crisis, says MLA
  CBC.ca

MLA Kevin O'Reilly is raising concerns that plans to help manage and maintain the dwindling Bathurst caribou herd are coming too late.




Inuvik hospital becomes 1st in territories to get 'baby-friendly' designation - CBC.ca
Inuvik hospital becomes 1st in territories to get 'baby-friendly' designation  CBC.ca

This makes it the 22nd hospital in Canada to get the Baby-Friendly Initiative designation
The program aims to have babies breastfed for the first six months.




Investing in transportation infrastructure in the territorial North under the National Trade Corridors Fund - Canada NewsWire
Investing in transportation infrastructure in the territorial North under the National Trade Corridors Fund  Canada NewsWire

OTTAWA, Nov
19, 2018 /CNW/ - The Government of Canada supports infrastructure projects that create quality middle-class jobs and boost economic growth.




NWT receives federal funding to help protect wildlife - My Yellowknife Now
NWT receives federal funding to help protect wildlife  My Yellowknife Now

Funding for various local projects was announced today
Michael McLeod, NWTs Parliament representative announced eight new and ongoing projects which ...




4-time Northern Olympian calls for fur on Canada's Olympic uniform - CBC.ca
4-time Northern Olympian calls for fur on Canada's Olympic uniform  CBC.ca

Sharon Firth, a four-time Olympian and Northwest Territories skiing legend, is on a mission to bring real fur back to Canadian Olympic uniforms
Firth and her late ...




Rapid decline in Canada's caribou herds is 'deadly serious' - The Weather Network
Rapid decline in Canada's caribou herds is 'deadly serious'  The Weather Network

The Bathurst and Bluenose East caribou herds have declined by more than 50 per cent since 2015, according to the N.W.T
Department of Environment and ...




Wrigley school reopening in January, 2 months after it was forced to close - CBC.ca
Wrigley school reopening in January, 2 months after it was forced to close  CBC.ca

By the time classes start up again at Chief Julian Yendo School in Wrigley, N.W.T., in January, students will have been out of the classroom for about two months ...




At least 1 N.W.T
pilot laid off from Great Slave Helicopters - CBC.ca
At least 1 N.W.T
pilot laid off from Great Slave Helicopters
  CBC.ca

A pilot from Fort Simpson, N.W.T., says he learned Friday that he lost his job as a result of the company's restructuring
Last week, the new owner said there were ...




Mistrial granted for N.W.T
man who didn't get an interpreter in court - CBC News
Mistrial granted for N.W.T
man who didn't get an interpreter in court
  CBC News

A man whose first language is Tlicho, but who was never given an interpreter in court, has been granted a mistrial
Chris Dryneck, 46, was charged with sexual ...




As Yellowknife gym faces permitting delays, city could make moves to streamline process - CBC.ca
As Yellowknife gym faces permitting delays, city could make moves to streamline process  CBC.ca

Two local entrepreneurs say opening a business in Yellowknife takes longer than it should, an assertion the City of Yellowknife and territorial government both ...




Allegedly drunken and disorderly curling team gets booted from tournament in Canada - WLOX
Allegedly drunken and disorderly curling team gets booted from tournament in Canada  WLOX

RED DEER, Alberta, Canada (CTV Network/CNN) - Some high-profile athletes were kicked out of a curling tournament this past weekend for being too drunk to ...




Parks Canada shirks UN request for review of Site C dam impacts on imperilled national park - The Narwhal
Parks Canada shirks UN request for review of Site C dam impacts on imperilled national park  The Narwhal

UNESCO issued a stern warning that, in order to keep Wood Buffalo National Park off a list of world heritage sites in danger, Canada must take ?major and ...




Your North: Best reader photos for the weeks of Nov
12, 19 - CBC.ca
Your North: Best reader photos for the weeks of Nov
12, 19
  CBC.ca

Birds, beautiful sunsets, aurora, and one curious fox: the signs of the season are all here in a two-week edition of your best photos from the Northwest Territories, ...




RCMP charge 15 in Yellowknife cocaine investigation 'Project Gloomiest' - CBC.ca
RCMP charge 15 in Yellowknife cocaine investigation 'Project Gloomiest'  CBC.ca

Northwest Territories RCMP announced Monday afternoon that they had charged 15 people in connection to a year-long investigation into Yellowknife's cocaine ...




The Weather Network predicts a ?mixed bag? of winter weather for Canada - News Talk 980 CJME
The Weather Network predicts a ?mixed bag? of winter weather for Canada  News Talk 980 CJME

Canadians can expect a ?mixed bag? of winter weather in the coming months, according to The Weather Network
The network is predicting Western Canada will ...




SSi Micro partners with Rogers, says it'll improve cell, internet service across North - CBC.ca
SSi Micro partners with Rogers, says it'll improve cell, internet service across North  CBC.ca

A northern cell and internet provider has struck a deal with Rogers Communications that should improve *service* in the North
SSi Micro will use the telecom ...




For Gwich'in people, Arctic drilling poses a threat to caribou and culture - The Globe and Mail
For Gwich'in people, Arctic drilling poses a threat to caribou and culture  The Globe and Mail

Caribou from the Porcupine River herd gather at the Yukon's Blow River Valley
The Porcupine caribou are central to the livelihood of the Gwich'in people.




Yellowknife lowers flag for George H.W
Bush, prompts mixed feelings from residents - CBC.ca
Yellowknife lowers flag for George H.W
Bush, prompts mixed feelings from residents
  CBC.ca

Flags in front of Yellowknife's city hall flew at half-mast from sunrise until sunset Wednesday in recognition of former U.S
president George H.W
Bush, whose ...




More change ahead for NWT child protection - Cabin Radio
More change ahead for NWT child protection  Cabin Radio

Weeks after failings in NWT child welfare were in part blamed on a major reorganization, the federal government signalled another big shift is on the way.




Hay River woman arrested in slo-pitch drug bust pleads guilty to trafficking - CBC.ca
Hay River woman arrested in slo-pitch drug bust pleads guilty to trafficking  CBC.ca

A Hay River slo-pitch tournament provided cover for a covert 2017 drug bust, heard Northwest Territories Supreme Court on Tuesday.




DIAMONDS: Gahcho Kue wins economic leadership award - Canadian Mining Journal
DIAMONDS: Gahcho Kue wins economic leadership award  Canadian Mining Journal

YELLOWKNIFE, NWT ? The Gahcho Kue diamond mine near Lac des Gras is well on its way to be the most decorated mine in Canada
Operator and 51%

...




Man arrested after allegedly flying drugs to Fort Good Hope in Timbit box - CBC.ca
Man arrested after allegedly flying drugs to Fort Good Hope in Timbit box  CBC.ca

RCMP have arrested a man for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into Fort Good Hope, N.W.T
in a Tim Hortons Timbit box, police announced Thursday in a ...




Map showing Métis homeland boundaries sparks online conversation - CBC.ca
Map showing Métis homeland boundaries sparks online conversation  CBC.ca

A new map outlining the Métis homeland drew criticism online this week from First Nations living within the boundaries that include three entire provinces, parts ...




Transgender pride flag flies over Yellowknife city hall for first time - CBC.ca
Transgender pride flag flies over Yellowknife city hall for first time  CBC.ca

For the first time in Yellowknife's history, a flag celebrating the rights and pride of transgender people has been raised over city hall.




NWT hands out six mining and exploration awards - Cabin Radio
NWT hands out six mining and exploration awards  Cabin Radio

Six winners were recognized at the Northwest Territories' annual MAX mining and exploration awards on Thursday night.




NWT Alert Ready to live test on Wednesday - My Yellowknife Now
NWT Alert Ready to live test on Wednesday  My Yellowknife Now

A public alert system will be live testing in the NWT
On Wednesday, November 28, 2018, at 1:55 p.m., the GNWT will issue a live test of NWT Alert Ready, the ...




Boom times ahead for Yukon and Nunavut, but not N.W.T., report says - Yahoo News Canada
Boom times ahead for Yukon and Nunavut, but not N.W.T., report says  Yahoo News Canada

Good times are in store for Yukon and Nunavut in the coming years, according to a new economic analysis by the Conference Board of Canada
N.W.T., not so ...




Town of Inuvik warns residents to be careful after lynx attacks dog - CBC.ca
Town of Inuvik warns residents to be careful after lynx attacks dog  CBC.ca

Town officials in Inuvik, N.W.T., are warning people to be careful when using the trails around Boot Lake, after a lynx attacked a dog there on Thursday ...




Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon cabin - CBC News
Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon cabin  CBC News

Yukon's coroner says 37-year-old Valérie Thé?orêt, and her daughter Adele Roesholt were found dead by the child's father on Monday
When the father ...




For the third time this year, NWT lotto ticket wins $1M - Cabin Radio
For the third time this year, NWT lotto ticket wins $1M  Cabin Radio

This is the third time a ticket bought in the territory has scooped $1 million this year, an extraordinary run.




NWT and Alberta release report on Bilateral Water Management Agreement - My Yellowknife Now
NWT and Alberta release report on Bilateral Water Management Agreement  My Yellowknife Now

The second year of the agreement saw that a joint fund was established with financial commitments from each jurisdiction over the next three to five years.




For this Manitoba anti-bullying magician, the real trick is helping kids connect - CBC.ca
For this Manitoba anti-bullying magician, the real trick is helping kids connect  CBC.ca

A Manitoba magician who found solace in sleight of hand when he was bullied as a kid is using the same tools to help fight bullying in northern communities.




Record levels of mercury released by thawing permafrost in Canadian Arctic - EurekAlert
Record levels of mercury released by thawing permafrost in Canadian Arctic  EurekAlert

Permafrost thaw slumps in the western Canadian Arctic are releasing record amounts of mercury into waterways, according to new research by University of ...




Musicians of the Midnight Sun: George Mandeville - CBC.ca
Musicians of the Midnight Sun: George Mandeville  CBC.ca

In Episode 9 of Musicians of the Midnight Sun, series producer Pat Braden speaks to Fort Resolution's George Mandeville, a Métis fiddler who learned under ...




Governments of Canada and Northwest Territories Sign 10-Year Housing Agreement - Canada NewsWire
Governments of Canada and Northwest Territories Sign 10-Year Housing Agreement  Canada NewsWire

YELLOWKNIFE, Nov
15, 2018 /CNW/ - Families, Indigenous communities and vulnerable Canadians in need of an affordable place to call home can count on ...




WSCC raises NWT's assessment rates for 2019 - Cabin Radio
WSCC raises NWT's assessment rates for 2019  Cabin Radio

The Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission (WSCC) will raise its average assessment rate to $2.10 in 2019, a five-cent increase.




Northwest Territories economic future 'grim,' says report - CBC.ca
Northwest Territories economic future 'grim,' says report  CBC.ca

The economic future for the Northwest Territories is "grim," according to the Conference Board of Canada's newest forecast for all three territories
According to ...




NWT's Team Stroeder edged out for Travelers curling bronze - Cabin Radio
NWT's Team Stroeder edged out for Travelers curling bronze  Cabin Radio

The Northwest Territories' Team Stroeder narrowly missed taking bronze at the 2018 Travelers Curling Club Championship on Saturday, losing 5-4 to Ontario.




The governments of Canada and Northwest Territories invest in upgrades at the Snare Forks Hydroelectric Facility, providing clean energy for the North Slave Region - Canada NewsWire
The governments of Canada and Northwest Territories invest in upgrades at the Snare Forks Hydroelectric Facility, providing clean energy for the North Slave Region  Canada NewsWire

YELLOWKNIFE, Nov
14, 2018 /CNW/ - The governments of Canada and the Northwest Territories are investing in green infrastructure projects to safeguard the ...




In wake of Yellowknife taxi driver's death, fellow driver calls for added protections - CBC.ca
In wake of Yellowknife taxi driver's death, fellow driver calls for added protections  CBC.ca

A Yellowknife taxi driver, mourning the death of a co-worker this week, says the city must do more to protect drivers
Nur Ali, who works for City Cab, says ...




Northwest Territories not meeting key duties in child services: auditor general - The Globe and Mail
Northwest Territories not meeting key duties in child services: auditor general  The Globe and Mail

Nearly two-thirds of foster care homes in the Northwest Territories don't get basic screening before receiving children to look after, says a critical report from the ...




Why the Northwest Territories desperately need a name change - National Post
Why the Northwest Territories desperately need a name change  National Post

In Canada's vast and diverse catalogue of uncreative place names, the Northwest Territories deserves special consideration
It's as generic a name as they ...




Governments of Canada and Northwest Territories announce funding to fight climate change and save money for homeowners, businesses, and communities - Canada NewsWire
Governments of Canada and Northwest Territories announce funding to fight climate change and save money for homeowners, businesses, and communities  Canada NewsWire

YELLOWKNIFE, Oct
11, 2018 /CNW/ - Canadians need help in making their homes and businesses more energy efficient and investing in solutions that can ...




The governments of Canada and the Northwest Territories celebrate the grand opening of the Canyon Creek All-Season Access Road, improving travel for northerners - Canada NewsWire
The governments of Canada and the Northwest Territories celebrate the grand opening of the Canyon Creek All-Season Access Road, improving travel for northerners  Canada NewsWire

NORMAN WELLS, NT, Nov
13, 2018 /CNW/ - Strategic investments in safe and efficient transportation infrastructure help northern businesses better compete in ...




Building stronger communities across the Northwest Territories with federal Gas Tax Fund - Canada NewsWire
Building stronger communities across the Northwest Territories with federal Gas Tax Fund  Canada NewsWire

First of two annual funding transfers now available for 33 communities across the territory
YELLOWKNIFE, Aug
10, 2018 /CNW/ - Investing in local infrastructure ...




Vast region of Northwest Territories declared an Indigenous Protected Area - The Globe and Mail
Vast region of Northwest Territories declared an Indigenous Protected Area  The Globe and Mail

A vast region of the Northwest Territories that local Indigenous people call their ?breadbasket? because of the abundance of wildlife has been declared ...




How much do you know about the Northwest Territories? - CBC.ca
How much do you know about the Northwest Territories?  CBC.ca

Canada is a pretty cool place
Maybe you've made it to all the provinces and territories, or learned about them in school
Let's see how much you know with our ...




Canada to deliver $570M in infrastructure funding to N.W.T
- CBC.ca
Canada to deliver $570M in infrastructure funding to N.W.T.  CBC.ca

Canada and the Northwest Territories have opened the door for more than $570 million in federal infrastructure funding to start flowing into the territory.




Record number of tourists spent $200M in N.W.T
last fiscal year - CBC.ca
Record number of tourists spent $200M in N.W.T
last fiscal year
  CBC.ca

More than 110,000 visitors travelled to the Northwest Territories in the 2017/18 fiscal year ? a new record, according to the territorial government
In a news ...




Yukon, Nunavut and Northwest Territories could each get their own ?arctic? university - Global News
Yukon, Nunavut and Northwest Territories could each get their own ?arctic? university  Global News

Now, northerners are taking control of their own post-secondary education
Yukon is likely to be first out of the academic gate.




One More Step on the Journey of Reconciliation in the Northwest Territories - Canada NewsWire
One More Step on the Journey of Reconciliation in the Northwest Territories  Canada NewsWire

Parties initial Self-Government Agreement-in-Principle for the Sahtu Dene and Metis of Norman Wells
NORMAN WELLS, NT, Aug
28, 2018 /CNW/ - The ...




Northwest Territories reaches 6 times national rate for alcohol caused hospitalization - CBC.ca
Northwest Territories reaches 6 times national rate for alcohol caused hospitalization  CBC.ca

The Northwest Territories had the highest rate of alcohol caused hospitalization in Canada in 2016-2017, six times the national average.




Three people dead after small plane goes down in Northwest Territories - CTV News
Three people dead after small plane goes down in Northwest Territories  CTV News

The Transportation Safety Board says three people have died in a light plane crash at a remote Northwest Territories lake known for its spectacular scenery.




N.W.T
doing 'much better than last year' at recruiting teachers, despite national shortage - CBC.ca
N.W.T
doing 'much better than last year' at recruiting teachers, despite national shortage
  CBC.ca

Efforts to attract and retain teachers in the Northwest Territories are working, but there are still 23 vacant teaching positions ahead of the school year.




The Northwest Territories and Nunavut's share of mining exploration spending is on the decline - CBC.ca
The Northwest Territories and Nunavut's share of mining exploration spending is on the decline  CBC.ca

The Northwest Territories and Nunavut's share of mineral exploration spending is on the decline
The executive director of the N.W.T
and Nunavut Chamber of ...




Canada and the Northwest Territories sign a new agreement to make significant investments in transformative infrastructure projects - Canada NewsWire
Canada and the Northwest Territories sign a new agreement to make significant investments in transformative infrastructure projects  Canada NewsWire

Over $570 million available for projects that build prosperous communities and transition to a clean growth economy
YELLOWKNIFE, NT, March 7, 2018 /CNW/ ...




High-speed Internet and 4G wireless in every Northwest Territories community - Canada NewsWire
High-speed Internet and 4G wireless in every Northwest Territories community  Canada NewsWire

YELLOWKNIFE, May 14, 2018 /CNW/ - Rural and northern communities have unique infrastructure needs
The Government of Canada recognizes that the ...




Northern territories had highest crime rates, severity in Canada in 2017 - CBC.ca
Northern territories had highest crime rates, severity in Canada in 2017  CBC.ca

Across the North, all three of Canada's territories had the highest crime rates and crime severity in the country last year
That's according to a report by Statistics ...




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