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February 24, 2020
CBC North - Unlike Canada's provinces, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon all have debt caps imposed by the federal government. It's set by the federal finance minister and it's the territory's responsibility to pay it off. In the Northwest Territories, the limit is $1.3 billion. At that time bureaucrats in Ottawa approved the Northwest Territories budget line-by-line. The Northwest Territories took a conservative approach to managing the government's money under former finance minister Robert C. McLeod.
February 5, 2020
NNSL Media - Fired Aurora College president Tom Weegar is contradicting cabinet explanations for his departure. The territorial government announced Weegar was out as Aurora College president and associate deputy minister of Education, Culture and Employment, post-secondary education renewal, on Tuesday. He said one of his colleagues at Yukon College told him, “Tom, you’re the third president to be sabotaged from within.”Prior to the Aurora College job, Weegar served as vice-president of academics at Sir Sandford Fleming College of Applied Arts and Technology in Peterborough, Ont. Weegar said he recognizes the transformation of Aurora College into a polytechnic university has been a challenging journey, that at times can be political. Last year, when Cochrane was the education minister, the GNWT was aiming for a polytechnic university to be in place by 2025.
January 20, 2020
NNSL Media - The federal government is contributing $500,000 over three years to a campaign to promote Northern Canadian mining at a major minerals conference held annually in Toronto, as announced in a Jan. 19 press release. The funding, provided by the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency will support the Invest Canada North forum that will be part of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention, one of the largest mining meets in the world. The governments of the NWT, Yukon and Nunavut are supporting the project, along with the Yukon Mining Alliance and NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines. The forum will focus on promoting the mineral potential of the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut for global investors. “It’s an overall campaign to raise awareness of the north,” as Anne Turner, Executive Director of the Yukon Mining Alliance told NNSL Media.
January 20, 2020
My Yellowknife Now - The Government of Canada’s Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency will provide $500,000 over three years to the NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines and Yukon Mining Alliance, in partnership with the three territorial governments to host Invest Canada North at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada Convention in Toronto, beginning this March. Ken Armstrong, President of the NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines noted how grateful they were to have the support of the Canadian and territorial governments. “This support allows us to showcase the competitive advantages and opportunities in Canada’s North at one of the world’s biggest annual mining conferences.”Over the course of the world’s premier mineral exploration and mining four-day PDAC convention, Invest Canada North will be comprised of an exclusive networking reception complete with northern food, music and culture; a forum on mineral investment opportunities in Canada’s North hosted by sector experts and well-known mining experts;Caroline Cochrane, Premier of Northwest Territories stated that partnerships and initiatives aimed at increasing investor understanding and confidence in the North is essential to new exploration and growth. “Accentuated by our rich resource potential, Invest Canada North will help us build a strong case in the global marketplace and set the stage for responsible investments in our future.”At the four-day convention there will also be a Media Centre featuring interview opportunities for mineral exploration and mining companies, government officials, Indigenous development corporations, Industry partners and financial and investment influencers.
January 20, 2020
NNSL Media - The federal government will grant $500,000 over the next three years to spur resource development in the north, according to a Sunday announcement from the AME mining conference in Vancouver. The money will support Invest Canada North, which will promote north resources to investors at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada Convention held in Toronto. The announcement comes on the heels of NWT and Nunavut Chamber of Mines’ concerns released on Friday that NWT exploration spending dropped by roughly a third in 2019. Yukon also saw an 18 per cent dip, while Nunavut bumped up 7 per cent after a three year decline. In the release, Premier Caroline Cochrane said the addition of Invest Canada North would “build a strong case in the global marketplace and set the stage for responsible investments in our future.”
January 20, 2020
Cabin Radio - The federal government is providing $500,000 to bolster the northern territories' ability to attract investment in mining and exploration. The funding was announced on Sunday at British Columbia's annual mining conference, AME Roundup, in Vancouver. The Yukon Mining Alliance said it would use money announced on Sunday to promote the North's resources at the PDAC (Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada) conference, another of Canada's major annual mining gatherings. Premier Caroline Cochrane and members of cabinet are in Vancouver for the event this week, as are Indigenous government leaders. Exploration spending in the NWT has languished for over a decade," the chamber wrote.
January 16, 2020
Cabin Radio - ...Lake Hughie Graham $8,900.00 Sahtu Paulie Chinna $7,305.12 Yellowknife North Jan Vallillee $7,301.59 Nunakput Sheila Nasogaluak $7,023.36 Sahtu Caroline Yukon $6,579.83 Nunakput Alisa Blake $6,519.48 Tu Nedhe-Wiilideh Richard Edjericon $6,415.15 Nunakput Annie Steen $6,408.48 Hay River South Wally Schumann...
January 15, 2020
Cabin Radio - The first Canadian federal minister assigned solely to northern affairs says the days of Ottawa dictating which projects are most important to the North are gone. "It's just a matter of doing the groundwork before I can say that this is priority one, priority two," he stressed. I was in Churchill on Friday, I was in Whitehorse yesterday, I'm in Yellowknife today, I'm going to be in Ottawa by Thursday. And I'm going to work in collaboration with other ministers in the cabinet, such as transportation, such as environment, such as infrastructure. I'm going to continue to take that same approach and work in partnership with municipalities, Indigenous nations, and territories.