Team NT Unveils the Arctic Winter Games Uniform

Publication date: 
January 23rd, 2024

January 23rd, 2023
Yellowknife, NT - The wait is finally over! The official uniform for Team NT in the 2024 Arctic Winter Games have been revealed. Designed to showcase the unique beauty of the Northwest Territories, the uniform feature bold colours that reflect the determination of Team NT.

Our athletes, coaches, and volunteers deserve the best protection from the frostier temperatures of the Arctic Winter Games. This year's uniform is composed of three pieces to provide ample warmth during the games. Participants will wear teal snow pants, a teal puffer for the inner layer, and a navy-blue outer shell.

The 2024 Arctic Winter Games will take place in Mat-Su Alaska, from March 10-16, 2024. The games will feature a wide range of sports, including cross country skiing, ice hockey, and dene games. Team NT is confident that the athletes and coaches will represent our territory with pride, and the new uniform is a powerful symbol of their commitment to excellence.
We are excited to say that we have Team NT athletes who will be donning the attire at the Bell Let’s Talk Day event at the Multiplex in Yellowknife NT.

Bell Let's Talk Day is an annual initiative aimed at raising awareness and reducing the stigma surrounding mental health issues. It is an important event that brings people together to start important conversations and promote mental health.

It's great to see athletes using their platform to promote such an important cause. Mental health affects everyone, and it's important that we work to create a more open and accepting society where people feel comfortable talking about their struggles. By participating in events like Bell Let's Talk Day, we can help break down the barriers that prevent people from seeking help and support when they need it.

Let's all show our support for Team NT and Bell Let's Talk Day by joining the conversation and spreading awareness about mental health. Together, we can make a difference and create a brighter future for everyone.

For media inquiries:
Whitney Weaver
Team NT Communications