The Government of the Northwest Territories:
Still under development, this nicely organized site is well worth visiting. You'll find biographies of the NWT's 24 newly-elected MLAs, information about the NWT Legislative Assembly and the GNWT's departments and agencies, a message from Premier Don Morin, as well as press releases, maps, pictures and a graph illustrating the GNWT's budget. Eventually, they'll have online postings of territorial government job opportunities.
Northwest Territories Legislation Online
For law junkies and others intersted in researching territorial legislation.
The GNWT Department of Education, Culture and Employment:
A great piece of work, this page contains an excellent collection of links to Arctic and aboriginal sites, and much, much more.
The GNWT Department of Health and Social Services:
There's not much on this site yet, but you'll find a few odds and ends that shed light on GNWT health and social policy, including some downloadable pdf documents.
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada:
Yes, the much-maligned DIAND has a web-site.
The Government of Canada:
The government of Canada's new home page. An excellent entry point for any search of Canadian government information.
The Parliamentary Internet:
Links to the House of Commons, Senate, and an online version of Hansard.
The federal Parliament and provincial legislatures on the Internet.
The National Library of Canada Gopher:
A marvellous set of gopher links to hundreds of Canadian sites, and reams of text-based information.
The Unofficial Canadiana Page:
List of Canadian Government Sites:
A long list of sites maintained by Canadian federal government departments and agencies.
CIA World Factbook 1994:
Basic data on every country in the world.
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Last updated May 10, 1996.
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