This accession consists of records from the Investment and Economic Analysis division of the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment relating to the Business Incentive Policy (BIP), including policies and directives, definitions, reports, legal opinions, a handbook, feedback and suggestions, and material from BIP Senior Management Committee.Northwest Territories. Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment. Investment and Economic Analysis division
This accession consists of photographs of Yellowknife buildings and people. Included are images of Vera Clegg, Marion MacPhee, Father Gathy, Tom Doornbos, Dr. Stanton and Lil Bretzlaff. There are also images of Con Mine, Lakeview Coffee Shop and the Roman Catholic Church. The postcard has a note in French.MacPhee, Marion, 1922-
Photographs mainly depict the Bear Exploration and Radium, Ltd. (BEAR) mine site at Contact Lake.Davis, Arthur P., 1914-
This accession consists primarily of photographs of the Con Mine site. Images include interiors and exteriors of buildings, personnel, and company planes.Maranda, Theodore H.
Records include photographs of the Holman region copied from the original images. The images primarily document people in the community and show traditional activities, camps and domestic life. In addition, there are images of the Roman Catholic mission, boats such as the "Mary", and priests Father Tardy and Father Metayer.
The textual records consist of a brochure describing the film. In the film, produced by Films North, Father Rene Fumoleau discusses the changes in his views and philosophy that have occurred from his working with the Dene people, and George Barnaby discusses the changes in his own life and the choices he faces.Films North
This fonds consists of one 16 mm film entitled "Highway of the Atom," a copy of that film on Umatic videocassette, 3 VHS videocassettes of the productions entitled "To Move a Mountain" and "A Break in the Ice" and one photographs of a barge travelling the Mackenzie River. "Highway of the Atom" was created for the Northern Transportation Company (NTCL) in 1952 and illustrates the Radium Line of the NTCL transportation system by tracing the shipment of materials from Waterways, Alberta to Port Radium, on the "Radium Franklin" and the "Radium Gilbert." "To Move a Mountain," produced in 1969 and "A Break in the Ice," produced in 1972 are both promotional films that describe a typical transportation season.Northern Transportation Company, Ltd.
This fonds consists of 217 colour slides taken by Dr. Norris Hunt in 1968-1969. The photographs include images from Tuktoyaktuk, Aklavik, Arctic Red River (Tsiigehtchic), Holman Island, Cape Parry, Inuvik and the surrounding area. There are photographs of the DEW Line site and geological features such as pingos. There are images of nurses and physicians, medical evacuations, facilities and hospital patients, including images of Dr. Hunt instructing students in a classroom setting. There are photographs of the ski team and cross country skiers in Inuvik. There are photographs depicting events at the Miss Ice Worm pageant. There are aerial images of the area and photographs of typical housing and utilidors in Inuvik. There are unidentified photographs of people from the communities.Hunt, Norris
The accession is 1 poem, handwritten on lined paper, titled "Spring". Poem was donated by Doug Leonard of the NWT Metis Association in March 1980, and was likely written the same year.Leonard, Doug
The fonds consists of six series: Correspondence; Printed Material - Works by Helm; Printed Material - Works by others; Research and field notes; Photographs; and, Sound Recordings.Helm, June
This accession consists of two pamphlets produced by the Mackenzie River Transport Company in 1938. The first is a Schedule of Sailings for the 1938 season, and the second is an advertisement entitled "To the Arctic: A Summer Trip Through Canada's Northwestern Waterways in Thirty-Five Days".Mackenzie River Transport Company
This fonds consists of 619 colour transparencies, 36 b&w photographs and one colour photograph. Additionally, the NWT Archives created 340 digital files that were created from original 303 colour slides, 36 black and white photographs and one colour photograph that were initially loaned to the NWT Archives in 2005. The majority of the images depict the community of Aklavik and include images of the All Saints Anglican Mission and Church, All Saints Hospital, Royal Canadian Mountain Police buildings and boat "Aklavik", as well as aircraft, the Anglican school, Aklavik Post Office and many identified people from the community. Many of the images are of patients at the All Saints Hospital. There are also images of Inuvik that include buildings in the community such as the Federal School and Roman Catholic church, the hospital, Semler's store, and Mackenzie Hotel, as well as the unveiling of the Inuvik Monument by Prime Minister John Diefenbaker. In addition, there are images of Fort Good Hope, Lutselk'e (Snowdrift), Detah (Dettah), Bathurst Inlet, Tuktoyaktuk, Fort Reliance, Fort Rae, Herschel Island, and Reindeer Station. The images taken in 1970's and 1980's are of Yellowknife and include images of the July 1 parade, art work at the Yellowknife Gallery, Yellowknife City Hall, exhibits at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Northern United Place, Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company (Con Mine), and Giant Mine.Stillwell, Emily
Records include photographs primarily of Imperial Oil activities and sites in Alberta and the NWT. Frobisher Bay (Iqaluit), Inuvik, Norman Wells, and Yellowknife are featured.Imperial Oil Limited
The slides depict airport radio stations and former Royal Canadian Corps of Signals stations. They were created by Milton Watts during his time as a radio technician in Norman Wells, Fort Smith, Wrigley and Fort Norman (now Tulita) in the 1950s and 1960s.Watts, Milton
The photographs were taken by Gladys Vear during her residency at Discovery Mine, Northwest Territories, between 1955-1968. Mrs. Vear was an active member of the Discovery Mines chapter of the Women's Institute, and she travelled to various arctic communities (Tuktoyaktuk and Coppermine) to speak with Aboriginal women and instruct them on electric sewing machines.Vear, Gladys
The images mainly feature Fort Good Hope, but there are also photographs of the town of Inuvik, fishing camps, hide preparation and tanning, and Fort Good Hope Sports Day. The photographs were taken by Janice March, who visited Fort Good Hope in the early 1960s as a graduate student of anthropology.March, Janice
This accession consists of two reports on agriculture in the Northwest Territories. A sixteen page report, dated November 14, 1942, from Albert Lawrence to E.S. Archibald recounts Lawrence's July to October, 1942 trip to the Northwest Territories to inspect Sub-Stations. His stops included Fort Smith, Fort Providence, Fort Simpson, Fort Norman, Norman Wells, Fort Good Hope, Arctic Red River, Aklavik, Fort McPherson, Fort Wrigley, and Hay River. Lawrence comments on gardens in those localities, environmental conditions, and dairy farming. His report concludes with recommendations. A two page report, dated December 14, 1942, from W.D. Albright to the director of Central Experimental Farms, in Ottawa, is a review of the report by Albert Lawrence.Canada. Department of Agriculture
This fonds consists of two audiocassette tapes, one sound CD, approximately 943 colour negatives, two 8 mm videocassettes, approximately 50 cm of textual material and one site plan generated or collected by the NWT Mining Heritage Society between 2000-2002. The audiocassettes and sound CD contain interviews with former employees of Giant Mine including Bill Case, Al Hall, Joe Malmsten, Jim McKay, George Dundas, Frank Horvat, Lorne Wrigglesworth, Tom Natyshen, Bill Hall, Sam Bitner, Dan Edjericon, J.C. Brien, Lew Whalen, Walter Dwyer, Mark Eveson, Francois H. Maille and Dave Nickerson. The interviews were coordinated and conducted by Bill Case, Walt Humphries and Brian Weir. The 943 images document the interior and exterior of buildings at Giant Mine, as well as show mining equipment and machinery. The videocassettes also document the interior and exterior of buildings, the Giant Mine site and machinery and equipment. The textual material includes agendas and minutes of meetings of the Giant Mine Heritage Working Group (now known as the NWT Mining Heritage Society), the final report on the assessment of Giant Mine, as well as correspondence and information related to the development of a mining museum at the Giant Mine site. In addition, there is a site plan showing Giant Mine buildings and locations.NWT Mining Heritage Society
This accession consists of a binder on a fire ecology camp for youth run by the Forest Management Division of the Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development. The binder includes job descriptions, information sheets, camp proposal, maps, correspondence with the Lutselk'e Band, service contracts, activities, schedules, activities sheets and forms, written reports, video outline, posters from previous years, background reference information, media contacts and letters, and a final report.
Records include photographs taken by Jean Boulva during five summers of research trips on the M.V. Salvelinus research vessel, including:
- his 1964 trip to Cambridge Bay via Hay River, Norman Wells, Inuvik, and Cape Parry;
- his 1965 trip to Cambridge Bay, Keyhole Lake, Bathurst Inlet, and Baychimo;
- his 1966 trip to Cambridge Bay, Wellington Bay and a research site in Dease Strait near Starvation Cove (69° 09' 41"N 105° 58' 50"W, 36 km west of Cambridge Bay);
- his 1967 trip to Cambridge Bay, Dease Strait, and Starvation Cove; and his 1968 trip to Starvation Cove, Cambridge Bay, and Bathurst Inlet.
The slides are arranged according to their received order, which is chronological, indicated on each slide with the creator's numbering scheme.Boulva, Jean