The GNWT phones, websites and email will not be accessible starting Saturday, May 15 at 10:30pm through Sunday, May 16 at 7:00am. 9-1-1, 811, and phones for Stanton Territorial Hospital and Inuvik Hospital will continue to work.
The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) by purpose of this Request for Standing Offers, (the “Request”) is requesting Offers from qualified Bidders for the establishment of nonexclusive Standing Offer Agreements for AIRCRAFT SERVICES in support of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in accordance with the Terms and Conditions attached.
Fire is a natural and important part of the boreal forest ecosystem. Northern plants and animals have adapted to the cycles of fire and regrowth, and barren-ground caribou have co-existed with the effects of forest fires on their winter range for thousands of years.
Les incendies sont un élément normal et important de l’écosystème de la forêt boréale. La flore et la faune nordiques se sont adaptées au cycle de la destruction par le feu et de la repousse, et, depuis des milliers d’années, les caribous de la toundra composent avec les répercussions des feux de forêt sur leur aire d’hivernage.
2017 NWT CIMP projects in the Gwich'in region address key regional cumulative
impact questions of regulators, governments and communities. Annual summary sheet highlighting key NWT CIMP-funded projects in the region.