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.
Records include a legislation file related to the review of the Fire Prevention Act, a Policy & Procedures file related to Inspection Reports and Fire Marshal's Order forms, and monthly reports of the Fire Marshal for 1993-1995. The reports are mostly statistical in nature, but some include personal information in narrative form. Some of the reports are by region (Keewatin, Inuvik, Baffin, Kitikmeot, Headquarters (HQ)).Northwest Territories. Department of Municipal and Community Affairs. Public Safety division
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.
The material reflects several facets of John Anderson-Thomson's life in the Northwest Territories, including his geological and surveying business, his and Janet's personal and leisure activities, and his role as commanding officer of No. 7 Company Canadian Rangers, Magistrate and Justice of the Peace, and commissioner on the Great Slave Railway Royal Commission. The records include financial records, correspondence, field notes, survey and reference plans, survey instructions, photographs and scrapbooks, certificates, and articles.
The records have been arranged by the Archivist, usually in topical, then roughly chronological order where the original order was not apparent. File divisions and titles, where apparent, have been mostly retained.
Records date from 1973-1993 and consisting of published reports, curriculum resources, teaching guides, newsletters, magazines, pamphlets, published anthologies, manuals, education kits, storybooks, workbooks and handbooks created by the department. The material covers a wide range of topics including teaching aides for elementary school children (workbooks, storybooks, teaching guides, kits, etc.), a large collection of Pik magazines, brochures and kits on child abuse, sexual assault and alcohol and drug awareness, apprenticeship brochures, nutrition guides and a children's cookbook, curriculum guides on science, civics, social studies and health, a needs assessment report on alternative programs for special needs, a review of Akaitcho Hall and many aboriginal language storybook readers.
This accession consists of material created by the Department of Local Government and the Department of Municipal and Community Affairs relating to land administration and community planning. The records relate to the Land Development Loan Fund Act and Regulations, Commissioner's Land Act and Regulations, briefing notes, Resolutions from the Association of Municipalities and GNWT follow-up, surveys and mapping, agricultural policy, land use policy development, airport lands and transfer, recreation lease policy around Yellowknife, Land Development and Disposal, Land Administration Policy and Practice, Land Disposal Policy and Directive, Land Pricing Policy and Directive, Land Valuation Policy and Directive, Land Pricing and Subsidy Policy, and Land Lease-Only Policy and Directive. The records include correspondence, legislation, policies and directives, guidelines, assessment reports, Records of Decision, discussion and decision papers, options paper, studies and reports, briefing notes, news releases and articles, land use applications, meeting notes, band council resolutions, legal opinions, program information, maps, and reference material.
Records include committee files that the Department of Municipal and Community Affairs (MACA) was responsible for. The records primarily include interdepartmental committee files, particularly those of the New Deal Management and Oversight Committee. Also included is one file from a Deputy Minister committee.Northwest Territories. Department of Municipal and Community Affairs. Corporate Affairs division
This accession consists of a composite map used by Canadian Armed Forces Search and Rescue in the search for pilot Marten Hartwell, nurse Judy Hill and medivac patients David Pisurayak Kootook and Neemee Nulliayok following a plane crash on November 8, 1972.
The item is made of a series of aeronautical maps that were adhered together and annotated. Two sets of plastic overlays detailing search grids and the actual crash site are also annotated. The maps used depict the geographical area from Spence Bay southeast to Great Bear Lake and southwest to Great Slave Lake.
The recordings, often referred to as the Dene Music Project, were made at four different Dene communities and each performance consisted of numerous songs. For identification purposes, each performance or recording session has been given a unique item number regardless of the number of physical tapes or songs it may incorporate. Included among the recordings are the master reels (:0009) compiled from a selection from original recordings. These reels were to be used in the production of the published record. Reference cassettes for most of the recordings are available. The textual records consists of documentation on each of the recording sessions. The black and white photographic negatives and corresponding contact sheets were taken during the recording sessions. Final appraisal and selection of the photographic negatives (items :0010-:0088) was completed in March 2013. Items :0004, :0006 and :0008 - original masters are cassettes. All other items have reel to reels as original masters.Northwest Territories. Department of Justice and Public Services. Museums and Heritage division
Records consist of contribution administration files related to wellness promotion, primarily under the following federally-funded programs: Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (ADI), Brighter Futures, First Nations and Inuit Home and Community Care, National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy (NAYSPS), and National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP).
Records include two Deputy Minister Committee files, one related to the Territorial Support Network and one to Electronic Medical Records. Records also include the chronos of Minister Sandy Lee (December 2010 - March 2011) and Minister J. Michael Miltenberger (April 2011 - August 2011).Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services. Directorate
Records include chronos generated by the offices of Jackson Lafferty as Minister of Education, Culture and Employment; Dan Daniels as Deputy Minister (January to May); Gloria Iatridis as Acting Deputy Minister (May to August); and Gabriela Eggenhofer as Deputy Minister (September to December).Northwest Territories. Department of Education, Culture and Employment. Directorate
Records consist of two versions (November 2002 and April 2005) of an inventory of logos and word marks used by the Government of the Northwest Territories, with associated trademark and copyright application and/or registration numbers.Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive. Corporate Communications division
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The majority of the productions were developed between 1981 and 1995 from the Department's studio location in Yellowknife. Featured programs include "The Tube" and "The People." In addition, there are a variety of unique productions about northern subjects, traditional knowledge, and coverage of major political and social events in the Northwest Territories. There is also a selection of material that was produced for the Government of the Northwest Territories in order to inform residents about programs and services offered through various Government Departments.
Textual records include correspondence files, minutes from meetings and the Annual General Meeting, membership information, newspaper clippings about the Council, reports on various conferences, the publication 'Artisan News,' and documents related to the Canadian Craft Council, the Canadian Council on the Arts, Inuvik Arts and Crafts Society, Yellowknife Guild of Crafts and the Native Women's Association of the Northwest Territories. The 19 photographs depict founding members of the Council as well as various arts and crafts workshops that were held in Inuvik.
The accession consists of a commemorative album titled "The Edmonton Bush Pilots: Northwest Territories Centennial Flight, August, 1970" compiled on behalf of the City of Edmonton for the NWT Centennial. It is a tribute to the importance of aviation in the histories of both Edmonton and the Northwest Territories. The album contains: a list of bush pilots; a chronology of events from 1904-1970, relating to the Edmonton Industrial Airport (Blatchford Field) and the associated pilots; brief profiles of selected bush pilots; and 23 black and white copy photographs of aviation, dated primarily in the 1920s and 1930s.
The original slides, belonging to Joan Ryan, date from 1957-1960 and mainly feature Lac La Martre, although Fort Rae, Fort Smith, and Sugluk are also represented. Images include people of Lac La Martre and activities such as butchering moose, skin and hide preparation and drying meat and fish.
The plan was produced in response to the City of Yellowknife's call for proposals for development plans for the city's waterfront areas and includes detailed lot drawings of Latham Island, Jolliffe Island and the Old Town area of Yellowknife.