Scientists warn Canada’s northwest corner is warming more quickly than almost any other spot on the globe.
Economic growth is expected to average 1.8% in the three territories between 2016 and 2020.
Vaults from one of lowest minimum wage payers to one of highest.
NWT Supreme Court grants injunction that prevents Ottawa from collapsing local oversight boards into a single federal agency.
Bob McLeod says it’s time to explore the northern option to get resources to foreign markets with other pipelines being held up.
Power from liquified natural gas would reduce the territory’s GHG emissions by up to 25% and costs by up to 15%.
The territory will take over responsibility from the federal government for managing its natural resources in April.
The government will spend about $31 million over the next three years, including investments in hydroelectricity and wind power.
Legislation would see the territory get royalties from mining and energy production.
Power outage at Imperial natural gas facility prompts controlled shutdown.
Red Tape Report Card says province has made no progress in eliminating bureaucratic burden for small business.
GDP in the territories is expected to grow by 3.6% in 2012, and accelerate by 5.4% in 2013, according to a report by the Conference Board of Canada.
McKenzie Valley shale oil development is attracting much investment attention.