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What does GNWT stand for?

GNWT stands for Government of the Northwest Territories (Canada)


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The deal will now see Dominion Diamond assuming BHP Billiton's full obligations under EKATI's environmental pact with the Governments of Canada and the Northwest Territories, Socio-Economic Agreement with the Government of the Northwest Territories, Impact and Benefit Agreements with Aboriginal Groups and pension liabilities related to the mine's defined benefit scheme.
TORONTO, April 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dominion Diamond Corporation (TSX:DDC, NYSE:DDC)(the "Company") announced that the Government of Canada and the Government of the Northwest Territories (and related regulatory authorities) have confirmed that the Company will receive the regulatory approvals required to complete the Company's proposed acquisition of the interests of BHP Billiton Canada Inc.
THE NORTH SLAVE METIS ALLIANCE HAS filed a judicial review application against the Government of the Northwest Territories alleging discrimination against Metis hunters who were excluded from the Bathurst Caribou hunt.
Speaker's Rulings On February 15 Senator John Lynch-Staunton raised a point of order to object to proceedings that had occurred with respect to Bill C-14 which provides for a land claims and self-government agreement among the Tlicho, the Government of the Northwest Territories and the Government of Canada.
Allen has also worked to improve health and social services for the people of the north through her participation as a member of the Territorial Hospital Insurance Services Board, the Inuvik Medical Transient Centre, and as an appointee to the Council of Grandmothers, an organization that advises the government of the Northwest Territories on health, wellness and social development issues.
In 1951, they built the first school in the eastern Arctic; from 1954 on they also operated a large residential school until 1970, when the government of the Northwest Territories assumed responsibility for education.