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N.W.T. Premier Caroline Cochrane

Northwest Territories Premier Caroline Cochrane is pictured in Ottawa with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Dec. 5, 2019. Governments in the N.W.T. rely on a collaborative partnership with the federal government. We want to advance priorities that Indigenous leadership, community governments, and residents have identified as important to the future success of our territory, writes Ms. Cochrane. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Northwest Territories Premier Caroline Cochrane is pictured in Ottawa with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Dec. 5, 2019. Governments in the N.W.T. rely on a collaborative partnership with the federal government. We want to advance priorities that Indigenous leadership, community governments, and residents have identified as important to the future success of our territory, writes Ms. Cochrane. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Virginia Falls in the Northwest Territories is pictured. Tourism—a significant growth sector and source of opportunities for Indigenous businesses and communities—has been all but shut down, and the airlines that are a critical lifeline for our territories are struggling, writes Premier Caroline Cochrane. Flickr photograph by Viaje a Canada
Virginia Falls in the Northwest Territories is pictured. Tourism—a significant growth sector and source of opportunities for Indigenous businesses and communities—has been all but shut down, and the airlines that are a critical lifeline for our territories are struggling, writes Premier Caroline Cochrane. Flickr photograph by Viaje a Canada