Records consist of materials collected as resource information for the project entitled "Two Faces of a Northern Neighbourhood: An Historical Evaluation of the Willow Flats - Woodyard" (1985) The material includes a photocopy of an historical assessment of the Woodyard. The 3 plans of the Woodyard area are dated 1946 and 1985. The DAT audio cassette contains interviews with former residents, June Magrum, John Larson and Mary Frost. In addition, there are data sheets and summaries of the interviews.Northwest Territories. Department of Justice and Public Services. Museums and Heritage division. Archaeology section
This accession consists of one copy of a paper entitled "Study of Time Factors Involved in the Disposition of Cases in the Territorial Court, Northwest Territories" prepared by Judge R.M. Bourassa. There are annotations in the margin, however the source of the annotations is unknown.
This accession contains correspondence concerning the establishment of the Northwest Territories Court of Appeal and its opening session on October 18, 1960.
This accession consists of a transcript of the coroner's inquest dated 1 June 1954 on the death of Frederick Cardinal, the last person to be hanged in the Northwest Territories [Capital Punishment. He was found guilty of murder for shooting his wife]; and a copy of the death certificate.Canada. Department of Justice
Records consist of one bound volume containing the settlement plans (lots) for the communities of Fort Smith, Fort Resolution, Hay River, Fort Providence, Fort Simpson, Fort Norman [Tulita], Fort Good Hope, Fort Liard, Fort Rae [Behchoko], Fort Wrigley, and Fort McPherson.Northwest Territories. Department of Justice. Registries and Court Services division
The collection consists of sound recordings of interviews conducted by Marc Stevenson, transcripts of interviews, and copies of historic photographs depicting the Inuit people and Baffin region collected from the Public Archives of Canada. The sound recordings include: an interview in August 1983 with Etoangat at Kekerten whaling station; interviews conducted by Marc Stevenson at Kekerten and Pangnirtung in August 1984; and one apparently unrelated recording of an interview with an Inuk elder. The transcripts appear to be copies of twelve interviews conducted by Jaypeetee Akpalialuk in March 1984. The people of these interviews include: Kunugsiq Nuvaqiq, Shaimaiyuk Simon, Annie Alivatuk, Koagak Akulukjuk, Towkie Maniapik, Malaiya Akulukjuk, Martha Kakee, Sowdloo Shukulak, Etoangat Aksayook, Katchoo Evik, Koodloo Pitsulak, and Nowyook Nickutimusie.Northwest Territories. Department of Justice and Public Services. Museums and Heritage division. Archaeology section
Records are comprised of copies of speeches made by cabinet ministers including Tagak Curley (Dept. of Economic Development and Tourism), Nellie Cournoyea (Dept. of Renewable Resources), Nick Sibbeston (Government Leader) and Dennis Patterson (Dept. of Education).Northwest Territories. Department of Justice and Public Services. Library Services division
Records date from 1994-1998 and contain minutes and records created by the Corporate Executive Committee, Senior Management Committee (SMC), Deputy Ministers' Senior Management Committee, briefing notes, and an Information Technology (IT) plan for the NWT Housing Corporation from Informatics Services. The bulk of the records consists of chronos from the offices of the President, Minister and Deputy Minister.Northwest Territories. NWT Housing Corporation. Executive division
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 two photographs taken at Great Bear Lake in 1953.
The photos document Carter’s voyage to Norman Wells up the Mackenzie as well as the early stages of construction of the oil storage tanks at the Canol Project in Norman Wells during 1942-1943. The photos are numbered on the back in the order in which they appeared on album pages by the donor, Donald A. Davidson, Carter’s stepson. Overall themes include the Mackenzie River, construction, boats, camp life and the Canol Project.
The photographs depict a "traditional" travel route through northern Alberta to Fort Resolution. Some images show what might be Tlicho style teepees. Two of the photos are described as showing the RCMP and coroner taking Jim Hislop's body back to Athabasca Lodge.Wright, Jean
This accession consists of several fisheries reports, some in draft form, prepared for the Department of Economic Development and Tourism. The reports include Market Research NWT Fish Products, NWT Commercial Fishing Strategy, NWT Fisheries Local Involvement Case Studies, NWT Fisheries: Mandates of Government Departments, and Tools and Measures for Fisheries Evaluation.
This accession consists of records from the Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development relating to trapping, support for harvesters, fur marketing, trap exchange, business opportunities, and trapper training and other courses. The records include community and regional fur returns, statistics, reports, presentations, briefing material, support program information, policies and directives, newsletters, training manuals, correspondence, map of registered trapping areas near Fort Smith, fur marketing proposal and strategy, contracts and agreements, webpage design and content, news releases and articles, and a funding proposal and business plans.
This accession consists of records created by the federal Northern Administration Branch. The records include four ledgers of documenting the fur and game take and value for registered trapping areas in the communities of Aklavik, Fort McPherson, Fort Simpson, Fort Liard, Fort Norman (Tulita), Hay River, Fort Resolution, Fort Smith, Arctic Red River (Tsiigehtchic), and Fort Good Hope from 1950-1958, as well as correspondence, statistics and a list of successful trappers from 1975, and a Renewable Resources Firearms Awareness badge.
Records consist of minutes of two meetings, a proposal for an oral history project, a press release, a newsletter and correspondence from Father Posset O.M.I., indicating his support for the Committee.
This accession consists of one programme from the 6th annual Northern Games held in Fort McPherson in July of 1975.Northern Games Association
Records document the relationship between the Lands Administration division and the Northwest Territories Power Corporation (NWTPC) following the transfer of the Northern Canada Power Commission (NCPC) to the GNWT and the creation of the NWTPC. Records include turnover agreements (including information regarding property descriptions and land status, block land transfer information, and recommendations regarding licensing), correspondence, and copies of draft agreements.Northwest Territories. Department of Municipal and Community Affairs. Lands Administration division
Records include reports and summaries related to property assessment.Northwest Territories. Department of Municipal and Community Affairs. Community Governance division