Alcohol and drugs

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  • Here are entered works related to the sale, use and abuse of alcohol and other mind-altering substances, including legislation and education regarding alcohol and drugs.

Source note(s)

  • PAASH 2020 edition

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      24 Archival description results for Alcohol and drugs

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      G-2021-012 · Accession · 2003-2012
      Part of Northwest Territories. Department of Justice fonds

      This accession consists of records relating to the Policy & Planning Division of the Department of Justice, including meeting minutes of the Senior Management Committee, agendas of the Executive Committee, departmental business plans, issue files, program planning materials, and briefing session materials for the 17th Legislative Assembly.

      G-2014-027 · Accession · 1997-2001
      Part of Northwest Territories. Department of Finance fonds

      Records date from 1997-2001 and include a report detailing Division Implementation Plans for division costing for all departments, as well as a consultation report on Yellowknife retail liquor service and a review of the regulatory reform measures bill in respect to amendments to the Liquor Act.

      Northwest Territories. Department of Finance. Corporate Affairs division
      G-2022-022 · Accession · 1982, 1985-1986
      Part of Northwest Territories. Department of Justice and Public Services fonds

      Accession consists of an unofficial consolidation of Liquor Regulations, 1977 from 1986 and an unofficial consolidation of the Liquor Act from 1985. It also includes "Community Museums Policy of the Northwest Territories," a discussion paper written in 1982 by the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre Museum Advisor, Nicholas Tuele. A letter written by Bob Stevenson, Vice President of the Metis Association of the N.W.T is attached to the paper discussing the involvement of the Metis Association in the museums' operations and development. An interim report from the Dene Community Council on the Dene Language and Historical Research Project is also attached.

      The material has been divided into three series. Series A (sound recordings) has been subdivided into 3 sub-series. Series A, Sub-series 1 - consists of eight recordings (:0001 to :0008) of an alcohol workshop conducted by the Dene Nation at Snowdrift in 1980. Series A, Sub-series 2 - consists of three sound recordings (:0009 to :0011) of Dene fiddle, drum dance and hand game music recorded in Snowdrift in 1980. Series A, Sub-series 3 - consists of seventeen interviews conducted in 1980 (:0012 to :0028). Series B (text) consists one of administrative file on the Oral History Compendium and one file with summaries of three interviews. Series C (photographic) is a colour print (:0029) of Frank Tetcho and his wife Madelaine at Trout Lake.

      Northwest Territories. Department of Justice and Public Services. Museums and Heritage division. NWT Archives
      N-2014-006 · Accession · [198-?]
      Part of Northwest Territories. Department of Information fonds

      This accession consists of a film entitled "Prohibition in the North," a coproduction of the Government of the Northwest Territories' Department of Information and ACCESS. Directed by Peter Crass, the film outlines different systems of liquor control (prohibition, rationing and local control) in four different communities.

      Northwest Territories. Department of Information (1967-1985)
      G-2011-009 · Accession · 1976-1989
      Part of Northwest Territories. Department of Social Services fonds

      Records include files related to block funding, recruitment; transfer of responsibilites from federal government; day care services; family violence programs; young offenders; corrections; alcohol and drug programming; mental health programming; aged (seniors) and handicapped services and correspondence with regional authorities regarding program delivery.

      Northwest Territories. Department of Social Services. Directorate

      Records date from [1976]-1979 and include population estimates, family allowance statistics, evaluations of a drug and alcohol council, and two evaluations of Frobisher Bay after closure of a liquor store. There are also a number of program evaluations covering topics such as apprenticeship, daycare, subsidized term employment, rehabilitation of disabled persons, operations of a student residence in Fort Smith and in-service training.

      G-1999-030 · Accession · 1975-1991
      Part of Northwest Territories. Department of Public Works (1989-1993) fonds

      Records consist of minutes and agendas from Director's Meetings, Manager's Meetings, Staff Meetings, Systems and Computer Services Review Meetings, Micro Computer Users Group Meetings, Priorities and Planning Committee reports, organization charts from the department and reports on petroleum products and the liquor commission.

      386 · Fonds · 1971-1978

      This fonds consists of approximately 9.5 cm of bound comic books and published reports produced by the Department of Social Development. The material dates from 1971 to 1977 and includes four bound comic books of Captain Alcohol, produced by the Alcohol Education Program of the Department in 1973. There are also several published reports on various topics such as correction services, health services, human resource planning and a cost of living study.

      Northwest Territories. Department of Social Development (1967-1977)
      Pine Point Hotel Liquor List
      N-2002-018 · Accession · [196-?]

      Records are comprised of one copy of a liquor list from the Pine Point Hotel circa 1967 with a menu for cocktails, wines, beers and liqueurs. On the back cover of the menu the Liquor License Regulations for the Northwest Territories are listed, including the legal drinking age of 21.

      Pine Point Hotel
      G-1979-533 · Accession · 1960-1966
      Part of Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive fonds

      The accession is comprised of correspondence generated by Regional Administrators J.F. Delaute, Robert J. Orange, and F.B. Fingland, and Acting Regional Administrators H. Zukerman, (Regional Superintendent of Welfare) and C. E. McKee. The subject matter concerns the administration and implementation of the Liquor Ordinance and alcohol abuse problems at Frobisher Bay (Iqaluit).