- TOWN HALL
Canada’s sesquicentennial (150th Anniversary) is an important milestone for all Canadians. Canadians all across the country will be celebrating the Anniversary of Confederation with local, community and national celebrations and events.
The Government of Canada’s vision for the 150th anniversary of Confederation includes four major themes: diversity and inclusiveness, the environment, young people and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.
Please note that the Town has become aware of a low hanging line on Ptarmigan Avenue. Please take caution if you are in the area. The Town is working quickly to fix this line for the safety of all residents.
Today the Government of Canada together with the Northwest Territories Government announced $20 million in funding for the construction of a 14 kilometer all-season access road from Norman Wells to Canyon Creek.
Below is the Town's response to this announcement. The full funding announcement can be seen on the Government of Canada website
The Government of Canada has issued a Tender Notice for the Norman Wells Wharf Repair.
This Notice of Proposed Procurement is for the engineering of the Wharf Repairs Project. If any business wishes to submit a proposal please follow the instructions as per the Government of Canada Website https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/tender-notice/PW-PWU-023-10950 .
Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and is excited for what may come in 2017 – I know I am!
This is the inaugural posting of my revamped Mayor’s Blog – Keep checking back here to find out what new and exciting projects are on the way for our Town! I will also be updating you on ongoing projects, Council priorities and any important changes or updates that may arise.
I hope you enjoy.
A reminder to all business owners who operate in Norman Wells to ensure they have renewed their business licences for 2017. All 2016 licences have now expired.
If you require a business licence renewal or application for 2017 please contact the Town Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 867-587-3700.
As per GNWT Transportation, the Norman Wells to Tulita and Norman Wells to Fort Good Hope winter roads are now open to traffic up to 20,000 kgs.
For more information please visit www.shssa.hss.gov.nt.ca