How has the population changed in Northwest Territories?
Between 1870-1900 the population reached its peak of 99,000.
Between 1900-1930 It reached its lowest population of 6,500 because Yukon and parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan were created.
Between 1930-1960 It rose to 22,000.
Between 1960-1990 It went to 58,000.
Between 1990-present It went from 64,000 to 37,000 because of the annexation of Nunavut.
Yellowknife is the only "city" in the NWT (as we Canucks call it) Yellowknife has a real hospital, policing of 30-35 officers, a 911 service, many hotels and a substantial airport with 2 runways that are open all year round and served by 8-10 airlines. All the other settlements in NWT are villages or hamlets with pop. below 4,000. Yellowknife has approximately 20,000.
The acts which Riel was alleged to have committed took place in what was then Northwest Territories. His arrest took place in Northwest Territories. His trial took place in Northwest Territories. He was found guilty in Northwest Territories. He was sentenced to death by hanging in Northwest Territories. Northwest Territories had jurisdiction over all matters related to Riel's arrest, trial, conviction and execution. Québec had no jurisdiction over any aspect of Riel or Northwest Territories…
Name the capital of the Northwest Territories a Canadian province that is located on the northern shore of the great slave lake?
Canada has 127 islands under its jurisdiction. These are: Adams (Canada - Northwest Territories) Admiralty (Canada - Northwest Territories) Air Force (Canada - Northwest Territories) Akimiski (Canada - Ontario) Akpatok (Canada - Northwest Territories) Alexander (Canada - Northwest Territories) Amherst (Canada - Northwest Territories) Amund Ringnes (Canada - Northwest Territories) Anticosti (Canada - Quebec) Aristazabal (Canada - British Columbia) Axel Heiberg (Canada - Northwest Territories) Baffin (Canada - Northwest Territories) Baillie Hamilton (Canada - Northwest…
Northwest Territories is named, appropriately enough, Northwest Territories. It was transferred from Great Britain to Canada on July 15, 1870, the same day that Manitoba became a province. The expansions of Manitoba's boundaries were carved out of Northwest Territories. The provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan were created out of Northwest Territories. Yukon and Nunavut were also created out of Northwest Teritories.
1. The name is "Northwest Territories" and, as a name, must be capitalized. 2. Northwest Territories is not a province; Northwest Territories is a territory (despite the plural nature of its name). 3. In this context, neither "capital" nor "province" should be capitalized. 4. The capital of Northwest Territories is Yellowknife.