Taati K’e Nezı̨ Naxixè Hòeɂà (Season’s Greetings) wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
NWT Tourism raffle with Spectacular prizes. Raffle tickets are being sold for $20 per ticket or three (3) tickets for $50. Payment can be made by Cash, Visa or MasterCard.
Tickets are available now, and will be sold until December 15, 2016. The draw will take place on December 16, 2016.
To raise funds for the annual NWT Tourism Scholarship.
Any legal resident of Canada who is 18 years of age or older is eligible to win. Friends, family and others who live outside of the territory can participate too. NWT Tourism staff are not eligible to participate in the raffle.
Where to Buy Tickets
With the Tlicho Online Store at the Charlie Charlo Building
Tickets can be purchased at the NWT Tourism office:
Northwest Territories Tourism
200, 5204 50th Avenue (2nd Floor Diamond Plaza)
Or by contacting NWT Tourism at 867-873-5007 or 1-800-661-0788.
For more information on the raffle rules, click here.
Grand Prize - Trip for 2 to Australia
Second Prize - DJI OSMO 4K Handheld Camera
Third Prize - Bose Soundlink Headphones
We attended the 2016 NWT Tourism Annual General Meeting and Conference held November 1st through, November 3rd at the Explorer Hotel in Yellowknife.
For more information please contact
Giselle Marion, Tłįchǫ Government Representative on the NWT Tourism Board.
We have wèdaat'ı̨ı̨ (pretty) miniature mukluks made out of leather, Stroud, and rabbit fur, made by Tlicho artistian Marie Adele from Gameti, NT.
"The Tlicho Online Store under the Tlicho Investment Corporation has given items to be auctioned off at a Jam session fundraiser in Edmonton this weekend, Saturday May 14th, 2016 to help in the fundraising efforts to help the displaced members of Fort McMurray. Auction will take place at the Sands Hotel, 12340 Fort Road, Edmonton, Alberta. Visit facebook event here (https://www.facebook.com/events/1773901829506561/).
Grand Chief Eddie Erasmus of the Tłı̨chǫ Government has said that in our prayers we are seeking the best for those people who have had to leave their homes and jobs, as well as for the health and safety of the firefighters.
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Inuk (Brendalynn Trennert) was born and raised in the Northwest Territories (NT), Canada; she is Inuvialuit (Inuit of the Western Arctic) and European decent. When you meet her; it does not take long to hear the love and respect she has for her people, land and tradition(s) from the NT and she shares this with the world through her art.
Inuk, hopes to continue preserving this traditional art-form with her teachings of it, and with perseverance, dedication and determination she shows that crossing cultural gaps is possible and teaching this - is most fulfilling. To find out more about Inuk 360 on her website!
was the theme this year at the Cando 22nd annual National Conference & Annual General Meeting, in Toronto, Ontario on the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation Territory.
Training, workshops, panels and keynote speakers were all amazing. Posted photos of our adventure out east on our a social media accounts.