Programs and Services
Information and resources related to cyber security and the simple steps NWT residents can take to protect themselves online.
The Dave Ramsden Career Excellence Award recognizes the outstanding achievements of individuals who have served 20 years or more in the Government of the Northwest Territories public service.
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.
Since 2006, the Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Survey (EESS) has provided the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) with the opportunity to gain insight into the engagement of GNWT employees.
The Evacuation Travel Support Program provides funding for NWT residents who, by order, evacuated their home community by vehicle because of the 2023 wildfires.
The Evacuee Income Disruption Support program assists individuals who have lost employment income due to extended evacuation periods.
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.
This map contains information about GNWT owned contaminated sites compiled by the Government of the NWT.
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
Policies that provide the framework for improved accountability, transparency and fiscal responsibility for the management of information and technology resources.
Apply or renew an NWT insurance licence or submit an insurance claim to the GNWT
Recommended steps for resolving questions and complaints with an insurer
Information about licenses, taxes and fees, and how to pay for them.
The NWT Liquor Licensing Board issues premises liquor licences and permits in the territory