After defying a downward trend in declining mineral investment across Canada last year, the Northwest Territories is likely to be hit hard with a massive drop in exploration spending in 2015, according to gloomy new projections from the federal...
A second mother from the Northwest Territories says she also had to change the spelling of her daughter's name after the vital statistics office wouldn't allow her to use a glottal stop, part of her traditional aboriginal language.
Finland shelves indigenous rights agreement ratification The international agreement was approved in 1989 and has been ratified by 22 nations, but Finnish lawmakers delayed action until a new government is formed after upcoming elections.March 17,...
With low water levels and aging diesel infrastructure plaguing power generation in Yellowknife, territorial officials are looking at the possibility of switching over to liquefied natural gas (LNG) to bring down costs over the coming years.
Photos: Operation Santa goes to Shishmaref The Alaska National Guard provided transport for the good Samaritan program Operation Santa, which took gifts and school supplies to about 300 children in Shishmaref. December 9, 2014...
"... More than 100 delegates from across the Northwest Territories came together in Yellowknife over the past two days to hammer out an action plan to combat poverty in the NWT. ... Participants in the Second Annual Northwest Territories Anti-Poverty Roundtable included representatives from community organizations, Aboriginal and community governments, non-government organizations and the private sector, representing every region of the NWT. The event was hosted by the Department of Health and Social Services...."
We will be moving yet again. This move will take us to the Arctic Ocean and into the domain of the “Eaters of Raw Meat.” Coppermine, which is now called Kugluktuk, is located on the Coronation Gulf, part of the Northwest Passage.
Shene Catholique Valpy has spent over a year fighting for the traditional spelling of her daughter Sahaiʔa's name, but the N.W.T. government says all legal names must be written in the letters of the Roman alphabet.
Russia’s Northern Fleet put on full combat alert exercise After he disappeared from public view for 10 days, President Putin immediately ordered a combat-readiness exercise for 38,000 soldiers on the Kola Peninsula near Norway. March 17, 2015...
The Northwest Territories Métis Nation is shooting a six-episode series in which residents of Fort Smith and Hay River, who want to learn the Cree language, can do so while learning how to cook Cree recipes.
Wild foods are important to Alaskans, and especially to rural residents, but subsistence users and scientists say climate change is affecting wildlife populations, access to subsistence resources, and food preservation.
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