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Fedirchuk, Gloria

  • N-1985-001
  • Accession
  • 1973-1974

Records include photographs documenting the construction of a mooseskin boat, the construction of a spruce bark canoe, and the tanning of a moose hide and a copy of Gloria Fedirchuk's proposal to film aboriginal adaptations and their relationship to the boreal forest environment of the Fisherman Lake Slave, including ethnographic practices, ethnobotanical information on use and taxonomy of flora, ethnozoological information on use of fauna, activities done in various seasons of the year, and the construction and creation of ethnographic items.

Fedirchuk, Gloria

Charles Rowan

The images are contained in two photo albums and two corresponding negative albums. It also includes two file folders of photographs and a number of framed prints. The images depict Hudson's Bay Company buildings and personnel at Fort Collinson, Gjoa Haven and Tuktoyaktuk. The textual material consists of Charles Rowan's correspondence from his time at Fort Collinson, particularly concerning his use of "Barneys" Tobacco, a letter of reference from Bishop Fleming and two reports on traveling time in the arctic, particularly to and from Cambridge Bay. Furthermore, there are two notebooks that were used as "Eskimo-English" and "English-Eskimo" dictionaries. The material dates between 1933-1955.

Northwest Territories. Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development

This accession consists of 21cm of textual records from the Wildlife division of the Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development. The records relate to outfitting, fisheries management, a Bathurst Caribou study, and Wildlife Act revisions, and also include Senior Management committee material and briefing notes for 1999-2004.

Northwest Territories. Workers' Compensation Board

Records relate to large-scale projects undertaken by the division for the promotion and education of workplace safety. This includes the 2007 annual Mine Rescue Competition, the 2004 National Youth Safety Conference organized and hosted by the Workers' Compensation Board (WCB), and a television advertisement public service announcement campaign on overexertion in the workplace. The CD-R contains several commercials commissioned by the WCB and was produced by Cinepost films.

Northwest Territories. Workers' Compensation Board. Communications and Information division

Northwest Territories. Workers' Compensation Board

Records include materials from the Executive Committee and the Public Image Committee, action plans, program evaluation and organizational review files, records of communications between the WCB and a coalition representing claimants, reports on proposed programs and assessment rates, annual reports and corporate plans of the Workers' Compensation Board and annual reports of the Safety Division of the Department of Justice and Public Services.

Northwest Territories. Workers' Compensation Board. Policy and Planning division

Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive

Records include Senior Management Committee records, Deputy Ministers' Steering Committee on Trademark and Copyright Policy records, GNWT-wide communications plans and strategies, workshop material, related job descriptions, and records relating to the Visual Identity Program.

Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive. Corporate Communications division

Northwest Territories. Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development

The records relate to legislative and regulatory changes to the Wildlife Act, Forest Management Act, Territorial Parks Act, and Species at Risk Act, including records of consultation, correspondence, draft legislation, briefing materials. The records also include a draft internal Use of Internet Policy and review of historical records relating to reindeer.

Northwest Territories. Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development. Policy, Legislation and Communications division

Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources

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.

Dene Arts and Crafts video

  • N-2003-015
  • Accession
  • [1996]

The video is narrated by Dene artist, Wayne Nataway and documents various aspects of contemporary Dene arts and crafts including beadwork, moosehair tufting, porcupine quills and basket making. It is 19 minutes, 19 seconds in length. It was produced in 1996 by Swan Productions for the Department of Economic Development and Tourism.

Northwest Territories. Department of Economic Development and Tourism (1977-1996)

Constitutional Alliance of the Northwest Territories. Western Constitutional Forum

Records are primarily the records of the Western Constitutional Forum and the Constitutional Alliance. These records include incorporation records, terms of reference, bylaws, action plans and activity reports, correspondence, audio recordings and minutes of meetings, workshops and conferences, budgets and financial statements, funding agreements, job descriptions, press releases, newspaper articles, newsletters, research papers and reference materials, publications, including audio versions of the pamphlet series in English, North Slavey, South Slavey, Chipewyan, Tłı̨chǫ (Dogrib), Gwich’in (Loucheux), Inuvialuktun, and Inuinnaqtun, speaking notes, presentation slides (textual and photographic), photographs of the signing of the Iqaluit Agreement, and maps showing tentative boundaries, and information relevant to division.
The accession also includes related records from the NCF and member groups of the Forums and Constitutional Alliance (Dene Nation, Metis Association, Legislative Assembly, Tungavik Federation of Nunavut, Inuit Tapirisat of Canada, Inuvialuit Regional Corporation, COPE, and Dene/Métis Claims Secretariat) such as bylaws, meeting minutes, action plans and activity reports, annual reports, resolutions, financial statements, newsletters, discussion papers, correspondence, and press releases.
The majority of the records were originally classified in an internal filing system with series for: Administration, Finance, WCF Member Organizations, Community Liaison and Public Relations, Research, WCF Agreements, Publications, Constitutional Alliance of the NWT, Nunavut Constitutional Forum, Legislative Assembly, Federal Government, Other Native Organizations, First Minister’s Conferences, and External. This arrangement has been maintained and mirrored in the miscellaneous unclassified records. Media materials such as slides, photographs, audio tapes, and oversized maps have been separated and described individually.

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