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The slides were part of the Information Services section's slide library. The images include photography of health services, staff, infrastructure and programs offered by the Department of Health and date between 1960 and 1981.
The textual records consist of committee files, records relating to the amalgamation of the departments of Health and Social Services, as well as records relating to the transfer of Baffin region health assets from the federal Department of Health. As well, 90 cm of the textual records relate to the Medical Patient Search Project (MPSP).
The MPSP project was undertaken between 1988 and 1991 to search for the location of medical patients who were sent south for treatment and subsequently lost to their families. The MPSP attempted to provide families with news of their loved ones including where they were sent for treatment, their final resting place as applicable, and copies of medical records if relevant and located. The project searched for individuals from: Baker Lake, Eskimo Point (Arviat), Rankin Inlet, Repulse Bay, Holman Island, Spence Bay (Taloyoak), Arctic Bay, Cape Dorset, Hall Beach, Igloolik, Iqaluit, Pond Inlet, Resolute Bay, Lake Harbour (Kimmirut), Sanikiluaq, Pangnirtung, Rae (Behchoko), Lac La Martre (Whati), Fort Norman (Tulita), and Fort Simpson. Included as part of the MPSP project are a series of colour photographs taken of southern cemeteries where northern patients were buried, as well as a cairn ceremony from June 1990 attended by Health Minister Cournoyea and MPSP staff in St. Albert dedicated to patients who died at the Charles Camsell Hospital.
The MPSP files are organized into three general groups: administration files (contact information, correspondence, briefing notes, reports, media relations), provincial/territorial files (correspondence with other jurisdictions, lists of institutions and cemeteries), and patient files (correspondence, forms relating to the patient, memos to file).
Northwest Territories. Department of Health. Health Legislation and Policy division
Records include published reports, brochures and newsletters. The records date from 1977- and include reports on health conditions, ambulance services and poison control. There are also information pamphlets on a wide variety of topics for public information as well as career promotion within the Department. There are several copies of an internal department newsletter entitled N.W.T. Healthbeat. There is also one large information kit on northern cuisine published in French.
Records consist of a Handbook for Interpreters in Health. The handbook is geared towards medical interpreters and health care workers and contains information for interpreters to assist them in communicating with patients on health related issues. The handbook is divided into three sections; the first section explains how to use the handbook and describes the importance of the interpretive process when dealing with health care; the second section describes the major body systems, functions and common problems. This section also includes labeled diagrams. The third section contains information about the prevention side of public health work.
Northwest Territories. Department of Health. Health Promotion and Education division
Records primarily include correspondence, minutes and reports relating to four nursing conferences, as well as to Senior Management meetings, the St. John Ambulance Committee, Maternal/Perinatal Committee, and Community Health Committee.
Mackenzie Regional Health Service
Records include the minutes of the Nursing Assistant Certification Committee from the Advanced Nursing Skills Inservice Program (ANSIP).
Northwest Territories. Department of Health. Community Health division
Records primarily relate to various committees in which the Department of Health was the lead agency. There are records from the Pharmacare Formulary Advisory Committee, Medical Advisory Committee, Health Coordinating Committee, Committee on Medical Legal Concerns, Health Facilities Planning and Construction and the Community Health Advisory Committee. There are also records from the Department of Social Services relating to Social Services Management Committee Meetings and Health and Social Services Training Programs.
Records date from 1982-1990 and consist of administrative records relating to various departmental committees.
Northwest Territories. Department of Health. Management Services division
This fonds consists of 4 cm textual material including: a contract the company had with the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company (Cominco) hospital and correspondence received from head office concerning the day to day operation of the drilling company.
Boyles Brothers Drilling Company
This fonds consists of 83 photographs taken at Yellowknife and at the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada Ltd. (Con Mine) between 1938 and 1940. The images document some of the first buildings to be erected in Yellowknife and at the mine. A number of images depict miners working at Con Mine, including images taken underground at the mine site. In addition, there are photographs of miners' wives, images of the boats that carried freight into Yellowknife, including the "Hearne Lake" and the "Radium King," and images of Dene women and children waiting outside the first hospital in Yellowknife, which was located at Con Mine.
The videos are entitled 'Nurse'. Produced by Goldi Productions in 1986, each of the videos contains four one minute spots. One of the videos in is English, the other two are in Inuktitut and Slavey respectively.
Registered Nurses of Association of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut
This fonds consists of 827 photographs and 1 cm of textual material from 1949 to 1978, documenting the activities of St. John Ambulance and other first aid projects in the Northwest Territories. The textual records are comprised of: Jack Adderly's story about Tony Dauksa and how his life was saved by the creation of survival cairns in the arctic by St. John Ambulance; a cover page and maps that accompanied a binder of photographs; and a 1982 St. John Ambulance press release. Two of the photographs relate to a survival cairn set up by a group of St. John Ambulance Cadets (6 from Great Britain and 6 Canadians), on July 31, 1976.
St. John Ambulance. Northwest Territories Council
This fonds consists of 217 colour slides taken by Dr. Norris Hunt in 1968-1969. The photographs include images from Tuktoyaktuk, Aklavik, Arctic Red River (Tsiigehtchic), Holman Island, Cape Parry, Inuvik and the surrounding area. There are photographs of the DEW Line site and geological features such as pingos. There are images of nurses and physicians, medical evacuations, facilities and hospital patients, including images of Dr. Hunt instructing students in a classroom setting. There are photographs of the ski team and cross country skiers in Inuvik. There are photographs depicting events at the Miss Ice Worm pageant. There are aerial images of the area and photographs of typical housing and utilidors in Inuvik. There are unidentified photographs of people from the communities.
This fonds consist of approximately 7.40 m of textual records and 156 photographs from the Department of Health.
The bulk of the material relates to various committees in which the Department of Health was the lead agency. There are records from the Pharmacare Formulary Advisory Committee, Medical Advisory Committee, Health Coordinating Committee, Committee on Medical Legal Concerns, Minutes from the Certified Nursing Assistants Committee, Health Facilities Planning and Construction and the Community Health Advisory Committee. In addition, there is material that was generated by the Management Services Division. The records, dated 1982-1990, are primarily administrative records including minutes and reports from various committee and secretariats.
In addition there is material which was generated by the Mackenzie Regional Health Board and dates between 1988-1993. The files relate to Nursing Conferences and Committees, St. John Ambulance Committee, Maternal Prenatal Committee, Community Health Committee and Senior Management Meetings. There are also records from the Department of Social Services relating to Social Services Management Committee Meetings and Health and Social Services Training Programs.
There are records from the Legislation and Policy division, including relating to the amalgamation of the departments of Health and Social Services, as well as records relating to the transfer of Baffin region health assets from the federal Department of Health as well as records relating to the Medical Patient Search Project (MPSP).
The MPSP project was undertaken between 1988 and 1991 to search for the location of medical patients who were sent south for treatment and subsequently lost to their families.
Material from the Health Promotions and Education Division includes published reports, brochures and newsletters from the Department of Health dating from 1977-. The material includes reports on health conditions, ambulance services and poison control. There are also information pamphlets on a wide variety of topics for public information, career promotion within the Department, an interpreters handbook, the internal departmental newsletter N.W.T Healthbeat, as well as one large information kit on northern cuisine published in French.
Also included within the fonds are 140 colour slides and 16 colour photographs from the Legislation and Policy division. The slides were part of the Information Services section's slide library. The images include photography of health services, staff, infrastructure and programs offered by the Department of Health and date between 1960 and 1981. The colour photographs are related to the Medical Patient Search Project, and feature cemeteries where northern patients were known to have been buried.
Northwest Territories. Department of Health (1978-1995)
This fonds consists of approximately 52.7 metres of text, 1,600 colour and black and white photographs, 26 audio recordings and 18 videos. The photographs depict medical facilities, medical personnel, procedures and health education activities. The audio materials are primarily related to health education, health studies and reports on healthcare in the north. The videos are primarily health promotion video related to nutrition and diet.
The textual material is derived from the various iterations of the divisions responsible for policy, planning and reporting; directorate and finance support activities, population health issues; community health issues; board support services, child protection and family services. The records cover issues such as legislative initiatives, departmental organization and strategic planning, the Territorial Hospital Insurance Service, the transfer of health services to the GNWT from the Federal Government, the decentralization of health services to the communities, health and social services matters in self-government negotiations, and significant reports including the Cuff Report (It's Time to Act), the NWT Health Report, NWT Health Status Report and Ambulance Services Report. The records include files related to the management of the department including: Senior Management Chronos, Executive Committee files, records from the Recruitment and Retention Committee, the Joint Senior Management Committee and Senior Management Committee files.
The textual material also includes correspondence with regional health authorities and boards, program development and delivery records, reports and promotional materials. These records cover programs such as Brighter Futures, Community Action Fund, Social Agenda Community Demonstration Projects, Traditional Knowledge, Community Wellness, nutrition, promoting nursing in the NWT, midwifery, clinical standards of practice, and many programs directed towards promoting healthy lifestyles. Included within these materials are records from various committees such as: the Community Wellness Committee, the Aboriginal Wellness Coalition, the Committee on Nursing Education, the Northwest Territories Pregnancy Risk Score Steering Committee, the NWT Clinical Practice Committee, The NWT Advisory Committee on Immunization, the Antimicrobial Steering Committee, the NWT Maternal and Perinatal Committee, the Childhood Fatality Review Committee, the Mental Health Task Team, Joint Standing Committee-Independent Seniors, the Addictions and Mental Health Committee, and the Traditional Knowledge Working Group.
Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services (1995-present)
This fonds consists of 83 b&w and coloured photographs documenting Merle's life in Yellowknife between 1947-1949. Subjects include Merle and her co-workers in their professional capacity as nurses, residents in Yellowknife and the surrounding area, and places in Yellowknife including the hospital, the Yellowknife Inn, and Yellowknife Public School.
- [ca. 1950]-1963
The collection consists primarily of slides taken by Helene Caufield during her time working as a nurse stationed in the Northwest Territories. Photograph locations include: Aklavik, Fort McPherson, Reindeer Station, Inuvik, Fort Simpson, and Yellowknife. Topics include scenery and community views, Anglican churches, hospitals, and hostels, students and patients, and activities including sewing, harvesting ice, making dryfish, picnics, and walks. The collection also includes a portrait of Helene during her training and a two page list of photograph captions.
This accession consists of one black and white negative of the opening of Stanton Yellowknife Hospital in 1966. People identified in the photograph are David Searle, David Emery, Ivar Johnson, Karl Lust, John Winter, Opal Cook, Bill Case, John Parker, George Curley and Roy Beduz.
Parker, John Havelock
- , copied 1985
This accession consists of a photograph of the Anglican All Saints Hospital in Aklavik.
This fonds consists of 444 black and white 4 x 5 negatives and approximately 2 cm of textual material. The images were collected and taken by various Oblate fathers at the Sacred Heart Parish in Fort Simpson. Although one of the primary photographers was Father Henri Posset, many of the images appear to have been collected from other archives. The images depict the Oblate Fathers, Grey Nuns and Dene residents who either worked at, or attended, the churches, schools and hospitals operated by the Roman Catholic Church. Locations covered include Fort Simpson, Nahanni Butte, Fort Liard, Rae, Fort Providence, Trout Lake, Jean Marie River and Wrigley. The textual material includes 21 newsletters dated between 1960-1963 entitled "The Catholic Voice." These newsletters were produced by the Sacred Heart Parish and include a message from the church, as well as document the social, recreational and academic activities in the community.
Sacred Heart Parish (Fort Simpson)