Programs and Services
Learn more about how emergencies are managed by authorities at all levels of government in the NWT.
Fire Prevention Week 2021 - Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety
For firefighters and/or community fire departments that have made significant contributions to the NWT Fire Service.
Fireworks are regulated in the Northwest Territories by the Fire Works Regulations of the Fire Prevention Act.
Community Based Training courses offered to enhance both public and professional knowledge/ skills in the event of an emergency.
Information about flood recovery and disaster financial assistance
Governance Training is offered to Community Councils on request by the School of Community Government.
It encompasses the provision of ambulance service within communities and on adjacent public highways.
The risks that pose the greatest threat to the people, property, environment and economy of the NWT.
The program provides funding for high performance athletes from the Northwest Territories.
A program focusing on the skills needed to provide efficient and effective community services.
Community Based Training courses offered to provide an introduction to firefighting training.
MACA licenses and regulates charity bingos, Nevada tickets, casinos and raffles under the Lotteries Act in some communities.
Resources for the Public, Candidates thinking of running for municipal elections; Elected candidates and Returning Officers.
NGO Stabilization Fund is an application based grant program that provides short term support to NGOs.
NWT Alert is the Northwest Territories public alerting system
NWT Youth Corps supports programs that target non-mainstream, at-risk, and out of school NWT youth under 25 years of age.
The Office of the Fire Marshal (OFM) is responsible for establishing occupancy loads in assembly spaces & public spaces.