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 […]
The K’asho Got’ine Housing Society (KGHS) is a non-profit Society formed to address housing and poverty related issues in the community of Fort Good Hope. The KGHS is spearheading a variety of projects including creating two local shelters, developing a five-year strategic housing plan, and coordinating a locally staffed Integrated […]
The devolution of land and resources also included the devolution of legacy contaminated sites as well as active leases and dispositions that were previously under federal jurisdiction. Following devolution, indigenous governments and territorial and federal departments collaborate and communicate on related issues through a waste sites management committee. PlanIt North […]
On the banks of Great Slave Lake at the mouth of the Hay River, you will find the picturesque home community of Kátł’odeeche First Nation (KFN). Chances are, you’ve also heard recent media reports of the community’s proactive initiatives to build an active, healthy community now and in the future. With […]