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Northwest Territories Facts:
The Northwest Territories is a territory of Canada and a population of 41,464 as of the 2006 census, an increase of 11.0% from 2001. Its capital has been Yellowknife since 1967. The territory enjoys vast geological resources including diamonds, gold, and natural gas. In particular, NWT diamonds are touted as an ethical alternative that allays risks of supporting conflicts by purchasing blood diamonds. However, their exploitation has raised environmental concerns, including the potential havoc that a spill from tailings ponds could cause to unspoiled wilderness areas.
The vast natural resources and relatively low population give the Northwest Territories the highest per capita GDP of all provinces or territories in Canada. In fact, its per capita GDP of C$97,000 would rank it first in the world if it were considered as its own country, well ahead of Luxembourg (at approximately C$83,000).
Aboriginal issues in the Northwest Territories include the fate of the Dene who, in the 1940s, were employed to carry radioactive uranium ore from the mines on Great Bear Lake. Their cancer rates skyrocketed because of the lack of safety procedures that were available to their white colleagues.
*Inuktitut translation and inuinaqtun translation* Swampy Cree, Plains Cree, Woods Cree, Inuinnaqtun, Ojibway (sometimes spelled Ojibwe), and Inuktitut.
Below is the lists of Towns and Cities in the Northwest Territories:
Fort Good Hope
Jean Marie River