Campaign School Materials

She Can Campaign Posters by Language

External Resources

  • Elections NWT
    • Elections NWT is an independent, non-partisan public agency responsible for the administration of territorial general elections, by-elections, and plebiscites in accordance with the Elections and Plebiscites Act
  • Equal Voice
    • Founded in 2001, Equal Voice is a multi-partisan organization dedicated to electing and supporting women at all levels of political office.
  • Municipal Elections Portal
    • This ‘Elections’ resource page is provided by the Department of Municipal and Community Affairs (MACA) in partnership with the NWT Association of Communities (NWTAC) and includes election information for the public, candidates thinking of running for municipal elections, candidates who have been elected, and returning  officers.

  • Native Women’s Association of the NWT
    • Native Women’s Association of NWT is committed to being the voice of Native women in the NWT and to building relationships with all levels of government and other organizations to ensure all Native women and their families will live free from social and economic distress; to promote their sacred roles as valued and respected members in the community; and to preserve their culture, language and heritage.
  • Northwest Territories Association of Communities
    • NWTAC is working together to serve our communities by addressing common issues, delivering programs and exchanging information. We are the unified voice for communities on municipal goals determined by our members 
  • NWT Women’s Initiatives Grant
    • The Department of Executive and Indigenous Affairs, through the Women’s Advisory Office provides funding to support special projects designed to enhance the cultural, economic, political and social participation of women in the Northwest Territories.
  • Status of Women Council of the NWT
    • The Status of Women Council of the Northwest Territories is committed to advancing gender equality in the Northwest Territories through public awareness initiatives, community engagement and development activities, research, reviewing and reporting on government policies, legislation, programs and services, collaborating with relevant organizations with similar objectives, and advocating for change.