Nine of the audiocassettes contain nine programs from the series entitled "This Land We Share.'" It was a monthly program produced by the department that aimed to educate northerners about the role of the Department of Renewable Resources. One audiocassette is entitled "Knowing Our Resources." It was also produced by the department and contained information on new hunting regulations, legislation, and funding for various projects that affected land use and protection of wildlife. 2 audiocassettes contain the same radio ad entitled "Let's Put Garbage in Its Place." This ad was produced for the Pollution Control Division as part of an anti-litter campaign run by the Department. The recording consisted of several variations of the same radio jingle. The remaining 2 cassettes contain the same program called "Fish and Wildlife Ordinance." The recording contains discussions about responsible game management and the differences between hunting technology in the past and present. The audio reel contains recordings of the proceedings and discussion from the Fur Symposium held in Fort Resolution in 1986.Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources. Conservation Education and Resource Development division
This accession consists of records from the Yellowknife District of the Department of Renewable Resources relating to the development of legislation, regulations, and policies and procedures. The records include proposed Operations Manual amendments, proposed regulation amendments, requests for comments, legislative proposals, and correspondence.Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources. Yellowknife District
The accession consists of the Forest Fire Management in the Northwest Territories Public Discussion Paper prepared by the Department of Renewable Resources in January 1990.
This accession consists of records from the Department of Renewable Resources relating to trapping, seal hunting and marketing, the Furbearer Management Program, compensation and income support programs, and the Natural Resources Conservation Trust Fund (NRCTF). The records include policies and directives, reports, correspondence, briefing material, questionnaires and surveys, sketches of trap sets, program information and application forms, FMB submissions and decisions, excerpts from the Operations Manual, harvest results, community fur returns, statistics, meeting material, marketing research, and reference material. The files also include records of the NRCTF, including related legislation, financial records, list of trustees, directive, agenda, procedures, annual report, by-laws, minutes, press release, brochure, correspondence, excerpts from Board Handbook, proposals, ranking of proposals, reports, and photographs.
This accession consists of records from the Department of Renewable Resources and its predecessors, relating primarily to caribou and forests. The records include correspondence and notes, a map of registered trapping areas in the Fort Fitzgerald area, a number of caribou studies and reports, wildlife regulations and amendments, a news article, and drafts of “Forests for Tomorrow: Forest Management in the Northwest Territories A Public Policy Discussion Paper” and related feedback.
This accession consists of Volumes 1 and 2 of "Evaluation of the "Protected Area" Concept for the Northwest Territories" report from March 1986, prepared for the Department of Renewable Resources (GNWT) and Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Canada) by E.B. Peterson, L.M. Allison, and W.M. Peterson.
This accession consists of records from the Pollution Control Division of the Department of Renewable Resources. The records include minutes of the Yellowknife Anti-Litter Committee and resource material, correspondence, information on the Anti-Litter Campaign, Litter Kit Evaluation, radio scripts, and "True North" #2 comic book produced by the Department of Renewable Resources.Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources. Pollution Control division
This accession consists of records from the Policy and Planning division of the Department of Renewable Resources, including a functional inventory of the Government of the Northwest Territories and reviews and responses to policies, strategies, initiatives, and guidelines.Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources. Policy and Planning division
This accession consists of records relating to the management of forests in the Northwest Territories, including a copy of the Forest Resources Transfer Agreement (1987), Annual Operating Plan and Timber Harvest Inspection Guidelines, Timber Cutting Licence Issuance Process, Application Review Procedures, Pre-Harvest Silvicultural Prescription, and Terms of Reference Protection of Communities from Forest Fires. The accession also includes proposals from the Hay River Dene Band Council on forest fire protection projects and records relating to the Liard/Nahanni Valley Integrated Resource Management Project, including the plan and reports.
This accession consists of excerpts from the Department of Renewable Resources Operations Manual on Forest Fire Response - Protection of Communities from Forest Fires, including a sample Community Forest Fire Management Agreement.
This accession consists of trapping records from the Fur Licencing System of the Department of Renewable Resources. The files are all for the 1989 licence year and are divided by community, including Lutselk'e, Hay River, Kakisa Lake, Fort Resolution, and Fort Providence. There are pages for each trapper showing name, settlement number, licence number, fur types, quantity and price, and grants and subsidies. Overall pages showing community totals and some cheque requisitions for incentive grants are also included.
Records consist of one oversized handwritten ledger, dating from 1924-1944 and consists of game and fur returns. The ledger appears to be divided by administrative district (ie. Mackenzie, Keewatin) and tracks the game and fur returns of both resident and non-resident hunters and trappers. The ledger includes numbers for big game, protected fur animals, other mammals, and protected birds. The ledger is in extremely fragile condition.
Records document animal trapping in the Northwest Territories. The textual records consist of general correspondence files (including flimsies), trapper's files, regional files, trapping permits files, Game Office files and Fur Export Tax Returns. The majority of the maps were produced by the federal government and are dated from 1932-1958. Many of the maps are annotated and document animal hunting and trapping in the following areas: Fort Providence, Fort McPherson, Arctic Red River, Gjoa Haven, Fort Resolution, Rocher River, Lutselk'e (Snowdrift), Victoria Island, Coppermine, Horn River, Hay River, Tulita (Fort Norman), Banks Island, Fort Simpson, Fort Liard, East of Fort Smith, and Fort Good Hope. In addition, there are maps of the East Arm of Great Slave Lake, McLean Bay, Yellowknife Bay and a map documenting Eskimo (Inuit) Registration Districts. Some records were produced by the division's predecessors.Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources. Wildlife Service
Records are comprised of oversized ledgers containing Hunting and Trapping Reports and Fur Export Tax Reports from across the Northwest Territories. The records indicate big game harvest, fur trade activities and where furs were exported. The ledgers include trading, hunting and trapping returns from Wood Buffalo Park, Franklin District, Keewatin District and the Mackenzie District.Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources. Wildlife Service
The accession consists of records relating to Department of Renewable Resource policies, including correspondence, draft policies, and draft strategies.
This accession consists of records primarily from the Department of Renewable Resources, although some files also include Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development records. The records document some facets of the management of forests, including timber licensing, woodlots, forest utilization, and timber export.
This accession consists of records relating to the transfer (devolution) of Forestry and fire management from the federal Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development to the territorial Department of Renewable Resources. The records include draft agreements, correspondence, work plans, reports, news reports, organizational charts, job descriptions, and meeting minutes. The content of the records overlaps with the records in G-2007-078 and G-2019-046.
The records relate to wildlife enforcement, strategic planning, devolution of land and water, and outfitting.
Records relate to the transfer (devolution) of forestry and fire management from the federal Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development to the territorial Department of Renewable Resources and include correspondence, work plans, asset inventories, lists of positions being transferred, organizational charts, and meeting minutes. The content of the records overlaps with the records in G-2007-078 and G-2020-004.
Records include the certificate of incorporation for the NWT Hunters and Trappers Association (HTA) and the Yellowknife Hunter and Trappers Association (HTA) as well as related paperwork for the creation of the two registered societies.Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources. Wildlife Management division