In February 2020, the Land and Water Boards of the Mackenzie Valley, the Government of Northwest Territories and Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada held a workshop inviting participants from across the NWT to gather in Yellowknife to share knowledge and perspectives, and build capacity among participants to engage with […]
“Is a business that produces and sells traditionally tanned hides economically feasible in Fort Good Hope, NT?” Following direction from the 2016 Fort Good Hope Economic Development Forum Final Report, Ne’Rahten Developments, the business arm of the Yamoga Land Corporation, retained PlanIt North to work in consultation with community members, […]
PlanIt North is working for the Délı̨nę Got’ı̨nę Government (DGG) with Heidi R. Wiebe Consulting to develop the Délı̨nę Community Land Use Plan. Since 2016, when the Délı̨nę Final Self Government Agreement came into effect,  DGG has jurisdiction over all lands within Délı̨nę community boundary. The DGG has prioritized the creation of a Community […]
In early 2017, Enbridge applied to replace a segment of the Line 21 Pipeline in the Dehcho region of the NWT. A number of Dehcho First Nations immediately voiced concerns about the potential social, environmental, and cultural effects of both this project and of future line operations. PlanIt North supported […]
The Snowking Winter Festival is Yellowknife’s premiere winter attraction – a Castle made of snow and a month of outdoor entertainment for the whole family. In order to guarantee the continued sustainability of the festival, the Snowking Board of Directors has initiated a planning exercise to identify and address its […]