Programs and Services
Budget 2020 describes how GNWT revenues and spending will support of the priorities of the 19th Legislative Assembly in the 2020-21 fiscal year.
Budget 2021 describes how GNWT revenues and spending will support of the priorities of the 19th Legislative Assembly in the 2021-22 fiscal year.
The Government of the Northwest Territories charges a carbon tax on all fuel sold in the NWT according to the Petroleum Products and Carbon Tax Act and Regulations.
Find job openings and learn about the benefits of working with the GNWT.
Get information on services to debtors who may require assistance with outstanding accounts.
Collective Bargaining between the GNWT, the UNW and the NWTTA.
The NWT Liquor Act includes options for all NWT communities to make decisions about how liquor is controlled within their borders.
Find out about contracting opportunities with the GNWT and how to bid on them online.
Information and resources related to cyber security and the simple steps NWT residents can take to protect themselves online.
Le prix Ramsden souligne les réalisations exceptionnelles et les engagements importants de fonctionnaires qui comptent 20 ans de service ou plus dans la fonction publique ténoise.
The GNWT provides suppliers with the option to receive payment via Direct Deposit.
Diversity and inclusion are crucial aspects of a strong and stable public service. The GNWT is committed to creating and maintaining a competent public service that is representative of the population we serve.
The goal of the NWT Liquor Enforcement is to reduce liquor-related threats to public safety such as service to minors and excessive intoxication
The GNWT supports a competent and well trained public service, and provision of training and development opportunities that support employees’ ability to effectively and efficiently deliver department and agency mandates to serve the residents of the Northwest Territories.
The policies included in the GNWT’s Financial Administration Manual (FAM) provide the framework for improved accountability, transparency and fiscal responsibility with respect to public money and any other money administered by the GNWT.
Have your say! Let us know what you think about the proposed tax on sugar-sweetened beverages by completing a survey or participating in a public meeting.
The Budget is the Government’s plan for its revenues and spending for a fiscal year.
Learn more about the policies that govern the NWT Public Service