Deal reached to sell Great Slave Helicopters, documents confirm
Yellowknife-based Great Slave Helicopters has found a buyer, court documents filed in Ontario on Friday confirm.
Move to Whitehorse or Iqaluit, report essentially says
An economic think-tank’s latest overview of the three territories in effect instructs NWT residents to hop on the next flight east or west.
Kátł’odeeche mining symposium to include Pine Point update
In June, Pine Point mine developer Osisko Metals said prices for zinc and lead – the minerals the company hopes to mine at Pine Point – were favourable.
Tearful owner says Flowers North to close, barring a miracle
The owner of Flowers North told Cabin Radio increasing competition and the threat of a strike mean her Yellowknife store is almost certain to shut down.
Space weather symposium in YK could help dispel aurora myths
Astronomy North, a Northwest Territories non-profit devoted to Canada’s northern sky, believes space weather science can augment the NWT’s tourism industry.
Mexico could be next driver of NWT tourism industry
NWT Tourism believes Mexico could be the next emerging market as officials try to hit a target of 137,000 annual visitors by 2020-21.