Programs and Services
9-1-1 is the number you will be able to call in an emergency that will connect you to a trained emergency dispatcher in the NWT.
Defines a way to report on the provision of municipal governance.
A training program that invests in the recruitment and retention of Local Government Administrators.
Provides funding to schools and community-based organizations.
A boil water advisory is a recommendation made to residents advising them to boil tap water for one minute prior to drinking.
MACA issues licenses to Businesses operating on a territorial-wide basis or outside community boundaries through the Act.
This training provides the knowledge and practical skills to effectively perform the duties of a Bylaw Enforcement Officer.
The program offers funding for organizations that provide services to people under 25 years of age.
Planning to ensure the protection of people, property and the environment in emergency situations.
Community fire protection in the Northwest Territories is challenging, particularly for smaller communities.
Offers certificate level courses to prepare participants to perform the responsibilities of a Finance Officer.
For current and aspiring managerial staff to manage and administer community government operations.
The Northwest Territories has 33 communities that are designated authorities, hamlets, villages or cities located in 5 regions.
Contributions to support community organized searches for missing persons.
MACA’s Consumer Affairs Office deals with the concerns of anyone who buys or uses goods or services in the Northwest Territories.
COVID-19 updates for residents and community governments.
Provides financial support to assist in recovering from a disaster and restoring damaged property to its pre-disaster condition.
Drinking water is an important issue to NWT residents and we want to clarify and explain how drinking water is made safe.