This accession consists of records created by and for the Legislative Assembly's Special Committee on the Northern Economy, including several background studies, a summary of public hearings, and the SCONE Report.
Records date from 1888-1991 and consist of published reports, pamphlets, brochures and bound ordinances. The pamphlets and brochures relate to the Legislative Assembly's operations, symbology, projects, interest in a pipeline and talks of forming a new territory (Nunavut). Records also include the rules of the preceding body, the Council of the Northwest Territories, as well as the rules of the Assembly from 1984 to 1991. There are published reports on priorities for the North, election reports, electoral boundaries, administrative structure for Nunavut, a spousal assault task force report, and a Denedeh government proposal for restructuring of the Government of the Northwest Territories.
Also included in this accession are ordinances dated 1888 and 1895 and bound ordinances dating 1950 through 1981. There is also a book of statutes from 1985.
This accession consists of records from the Clerk's Office of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories. The records include meeting materials for the Legislative Assembly's Senior Management Team, the GNWT's Deputy Minister Senior Management Committee, and task forces and joint working groups on the Division of the Northwest Territories particularly relating to legislative issues. The accession also includes records relating to amendments to the Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act (2010-11), the 2004 Circle of Northern Leaders meeting, and Protocols for Communication: Legislative Standing Committees and Government Departments and Agencies.
Records include photographs of former Commissioners of the Northwest Territories and members of the NWT Council from 1905 to 1967.Northwest Territories. Legislative Assembly. Office of the Clerk
The records detail the regular and special meetings of the Council of the Northwest Territories from 1921 to 1951 (sessions 1 to 201). There are several parallel series containing minutes, agendas, and attachments, including reports, Orders in Council and Ordinances, correspondence, and occasionally photographs or maps, relating to the agenda items. products of meetings (Orders in Council, Ordinances) of the NWT Council. The first series contains the "official" set of files, including signed minutes for most meetings. Other record sets that cover some the same meetings, but may include different and more attachments, are found in the second and third series: Records of Council Members and Secretary's Files and Session Papers. The Records of Council Members series also includes records of the Advisory Board on Mining Regulations (1922-30). The last two series contain Ordinances and Orders in Council related to the Northwest Territories and associated indices.
Records include copies of the NWT Council Minutes from 1921-1951 (M00811 to M00815) and an index of the minutes (M00809 and M00810). This microfilm copy was created in 1965 from the minute books (Volumes 1 to 20) accessioned as G-1979-042.
Records consist of biographical information, signed Oaths of Office and Oaths of Allegiance and correspondence between members and the Office of the Clerk for the 8th Council of the Northwest Territories (8th Assembly).Northwest Territories. Legislative Assembly. Office of the Clerk
The record is that of a proclaimation signed by Robert Welch, Provincial Secretary and Minister of Citizenship of Ontario, on behalf of Premier John Robarts to mark the NWT Centennial.
Records include Debates, Bills, Sessional Papers, Appropriations, Supplementary Appropriations, Recommendations to Council, Information Items, Monthly Letters, Tabled Documents, Motions, Questions and Returns (Oral and Written) and a selection of Commissioner's Opening Addresses. They were produced by the 1st through the 67th sessions (1st to 8th Councils) of the Council of the Northwest Territories, the predecessor to the Legislative Assembly.
It consists of one letter dated 17 January 1956 from the Council of the Northwest Territories to the Governor General of Canada, regarding the territorial mace.
Records include photographs of various members of the Northwest Territories Council (predecessor to the Legislative Assembly) from the 1920s through the 1960s. Included among the images are portraits of council members such as John H. Parker, Merv Hardie and O.S. Finnie.
Records include photographs of members of the Northwest Territories Council, predecessor to the Legislative Assembly. The images include individual portraits of members of the Council, as well as group photos of the members in session and staged group photos. Contained in the collection are portraits of many Commissioners, including John H. Parker and Stuart M. Hodgson.
Records include interim and final reports from the Special Committee on Housing and recordings of the public and other community hearings. The DAT cassettes were copied from the original audiocassettes in October 1995; the recordings are in a variety of native languages and contain simultaneous translations. The transcripts of the recordings are grouped as follows: Baffin/High Arctic Tour, June 1984; Western Arctic Tour, July 1984; Southern Mackenzie Tour, August 1984; Yellowknife/Kitikmeot Tour, September 1984; and the Keewatin Tour, October 1984. The November 1984 interim report is available in both English and Inuktitut syllabics.
The government photographer generated the bulk of this material between 1975-1993. Topics covered by the photographs include: Legislative Assembly Balls, Legislative Assembly Sessions, MLA's, Committees, Conferences and Elections. Topics covered by the slides include: People/Ministers, Committees, Legislative Assembly Sessions, Elections, Ceremonies, Plebiscite on Division, Tours of Communities, Special Events, Conferences, Communities, Legislative Assembly Building, Expeditions, Health Services and Scenery.
Records consist of Bills, Budget Address, Committee Motions, Motions, Petitions, Questions, Return to Questions, Votes and Proceedings summaries, Tabled Documents, Hansard and the verbatim transcripts of community hearings of the Special Committee on Housing. They were produced by the 10th Legislative Assembly, 1st through 9th Sessions.
The records include Votes and Proceedings, Ministers' Statements, Written Questions, Motions, Bills, and Tabled Documents.
This accession relates to tours, ceremonies, and conferences hosted by the Legislative Assembly. The records include correspondence, programs and agendas, speaking notes, presentation slides, travel and hospitality records, and reports and proceedings.
This accession consists of Council of the Northwest Territories records and Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories records which fill gaps in current holdings. The records include Tabled Documents, Sessional Papers, Information Items, Recommendations to Council, Requests for Reference, Committee Reports, Petitions, Responses to Petitions, Responses to Written Questions, and miscellaneous related documents.
This accession consists of records relating to the administration of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories, including meeting materials for the Board of Management and Senior Management, Election Year Guidelines, education materials, and plans for division of the Legislative Assembly's retirement plans with Nunavut.