Provincial and territorial premiers signed a new Apprentice Mobility Protocol on July 16, 2015 at the annual summer meeting of Canada's Premiers.
The Government of the Northwest Territories has released its Response to the 2014 NWT Energy Charrette Report. The GNWT hosted the Energy Charrette in November 2014 and over 200 people participated.
A successful second construction season has come to a close on the Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway in the Northwest Territories. Once completed, this important piece of northern infrastructure will provide all-weather access to Tuktoyaktuk ...
The National Energy Board (NEB) and the Northwest Territories Geological Survey (NTGS) released a joint Assessment of Unconventional Petroleum Resources of the Bluefish Shale and the Canol Shale in the Northwest Territories on May 22, 2015.
BuildForce Canada has released its annual Construction Highlight Reports.
The 2014 NWT Energy Charrette Report has been published.
The Northwest Territories minimum wage will increase from $10 per hour to $12.50 per hour effective June 1, 2015. This will make the minimum wage in the NWT one of the highest in Canada. Click here for more information.
Few other issues have such high stakes or have spurred government and industry leaders to take such widespread action.
The Temporary Foreign Worker Program underwent changes, making it easier for government to inspect participating companies and ban them for abusing the program. Husky Energy announced plans to building facilities in Saskatchewan.
The Canadian Government launched the new Express Entry system on January 1, 2015 to actively recruit skilled immigrants for three federal immigration programs: the Federal Skilled Work Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program and the Canadian Experience Class. The government’s goal is to faci