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  • We recently had the honour of redesigning the website for the Tlicho Government's Research and Training Institute.
  • Kellett developed the original Sport North Federation website many Internet years ago. Since that time, the Web has changed, and so has Drupal.
  • Kellett was selected to recommend an approach for the territory's new Manufacturing Strategy. Kellett deployed a multidisciplinary team including subject matter experts, facilitators, political advisors, and business leaders.
  • The Yellowknife Women’s Society is a grassroots community-based charitable organization.
  • The Dehcho Interim Measures Agreement established the Land Use Planning Committee and guidelines to develop a land use plan for the Dehcho Territory.
  • The NWT Chamber of Commerce had created a Made in the NWT campaign. It's being completely reenvisioned to now focus on local manufacturers, expanding on the recent Manufacturing Strategy that Kellett developed for the Government of the Northwest Territories.
  • Kellett began working with Hotiiì ts'eeda in Summer 2017. The initial project included authoring the organization's communication strategy, developing their brand, and creating their website.
  • Kellett began working with Hotiiì ts'eeda in Summer 2017. The initial project included authoring the organization's communication strategy, developing their brand, and creating their website.
  • Kellett began working with Hotiiì ts'eeda in Summer 2017. The initial project included authoring the organization's communication strategy, developing their brand, and creating their website.
  • The Gwich’in have traditionally used and occupied lands in the Northwest Territories and the Yukon from time immemorial.
  • Yukon Hospitals are a family of acute care hospitals focused on delivering safe and excellent care to all Yukoners, closer to home, at their facilities in Whitehorse, Dawson City and Watson Lake.
  • The Nunavut Development Corporation makes equity investments in target Nunavut economic sectors. These help create income earning opportunities, employment, and local business growth with an emphasis on investing in Nunavut’s smaller communities.