Today’s children will determine what society will be like in the future. They will shape the world!

The Department of Education Culture and Employment (ECE) is reaching out to put a stop to bullying – at school, in our communities, and online.

In the Northwest Territories, Aboriginal languages are an important part of our society. They create a strong sense of identity and belonging, and let us communicate in a meaningful way.

How can the GNWT infuse the importance of culture and heritage into everything it does? Share your ideas by taking our survey or attending a meeting.

The Canada-Northwest Territories Territorial Nominee Program Agreement (Nominee Program) is an accelerated process that provides eligible foreign nationals a pathway to becoming a permanent Canadian resident. 

One of the most important things a student can do to be successful in school is also one of the most simple: Be in school every school day.

Spotlight

  • Active Offer

    The GNWT Active Offer provides territorial residents the opportunity to request any publication in any official NWT language.
  • ECE Fact Sheets

    Informational fact sheets on ECE programs and initiatives.
  • Information Kits

    Informational packages on ECE programs and initiatives.
  • School Utilization Rates

  • Skills 4 Success Initiative

    Working to improve employment success for NWT residents, close skill gaps for in-demand jobs, and more effectively respond to employer needs.
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