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  • The NWT Chamber of Commerce works to promote and create enterprise opportunities, foster business development, and serve as a channel for professional relationships between members, all level of governments and associated organizations. 

    Working with the Community Chambers and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, the NWT Chamber actively advocates and lobbies all levels of government on issues and initiatives impacting the business community in the Northwest Territories.

    The NWT Chamber strives to create a climate of competitiveness, innovation and profitability for member businesses representing all sizes and across sectors. Positive and proactive business development is the basis of economic and social progress for all of us fortunate enough to live in the spectacular Northwest Territories.

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  • We work tirelessly on our members’ behalf to create a favourable environment for business success, believing it to be the engine for prosperity and a key driver of social improvement. We work tirelessly on our members’ behalf to create a favourable environment for business success, believing it to be the engine for prosperity and a key driver of social improvement.

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  • Call for NWT Visual Artists - NWT Handmade Festival

    Appel aux artistes en arts visuels des TNO -  NWT Handmade Festival 

    The NWT Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with NWT Arts, is seeking artists for the 2022 NWT Handmade Festival, October 29-30 from 10-5pm at the Explorer Hotel in Yellowknife. This marketplace brings together makers and buyers who share a commitment to handmade art and craft, and a passion for buying local. Craft will be prioritized over work that is 2-D, which will be showcased at Art Attack Show+Sale in early October. 

    To be considered for this opportunity you must be registered in the NWT Arts Program and currently reside in the NWT.  There is no cost to participate. Tables and tablecloths will be provided. Tables are available on a first-come-first-booked basis.

    For artists and arts organizations outside Yellowknife, please reach out to your regional ITI office to ask if SEED funding might be available to attend.

    Here is the entry form.

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