Northwest Territories

 

The Northwest Territories (NWT) is rich in mineral resources and the responsible development of these resources provides long-term economic benefits for all NWT residents. As of April 1, 2014, the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) is responsible for the administration of mineral exploration activities on public lands in the NWT. 

ITI promotes economic self-sufficiency through the responsible management and development of NWT minerals to create a prosperous, diverse and sustainable economy.

Visit them at www.nwtmining.com.

A TIER 1 JURISDICTION FOR GOLD EXPLORATION

 

  • Supportive Governments: Northwest Territory and First Nation

  • Remarkable metal endowment

  • Extensive mining history

  • Well established support services

  • Timely and efficient permitting process

     

NWT ADVANCEMENTS

 

Check in here for highlights and updates including infrastructure and process improvements.


News Releases
Sep 5, 2019

Highlighted Colomac Intercept: 58.50 metres of 1.93 gpt Au (uncut) including 13.55 metres of 4.58 gpt Au, and including 4.55 metres of 10.26 gpt Au Highlighted Treasure Island Intercept: 6.25...

Jul 31, 2019

Highlighted Intercept: 56.25 metres of 2.76 gpt Au (uncut) including 13.00 metres of 3.51 gpt Au, and including 4.25 metres of 14.89 gpt Au TSX: NHK TORONTO, July 31, 2019 /CNW/ - Nighthawk Gold...

Jun 26, 2019

Highlighted Intercept - Hole C19-19 returns 60.75 metres of 2.61 gpt Au, including 13.40 metres of 4.45 gpt Au, and including 7.75 metres of 6.85 gpt Au TSX: NHK TORONTO, June 26, 2019 /CNW/ -...

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