Service Directory

Individuals Email 1-867-767-9163 ext. 210555 Website

The School of Community Government offers many programs led by knowledgable instructors.

Individuals Email 1-867-767-9165 ext. 21087 Website

The Propert Taxation Revenue Grant Program was implemented April 1, 2005 as an interim measure towards designating most non-tax-based communities. The GNWT provides taxation revenue generated in the communities, by way of a grant to the respective municipal governments.

Individuals Email 1-867-767-9163 ext. 21059 Website

In partnership with ECE, and the Apprenticeship, Trades and Occupations Certification Board, MACA offers occupational certification to community government staff who demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes required for their occupation.

Individuals Email 1-867-767-9165 ext. 21087 Website

Municipal and Community Affairs provides information about municipal elections through the Returning Officer's Manual and the Candidate's Guide.

Organizations Email 1-867-767-9161 ext. 21021 Website

The Department of Municipal and Community Affairs may provide funding to support community governments with the provision of Ground Ambulance and Highway Rescue Services.

Individuals, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9161 ext. 21020 Website

MACA offers a Community Emergency Planning workshop to help communities develop and update their community emergency plan and familiarize community members with their roles as Emergency Management Officials.

Businesses, Individuals, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9165 ext. 21092 Website

Property assessment is the process used to assign a value in a fair and equitable manner to all assessable properties in the Northwest Territories.

[node:field_primary_target_client] Email 1-867-767-9164 ext. 21078 Website

Management of drinking water in the NWT. Shared responsibility of four (4) GNWT departments. Departments of Health and Social Services, Environmental and Natural Resources, Public Works and Services and MACA

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