The file consists of Inuktitut versions of Tabled Documents 3-86(1) Nuisance Bears in Clyde River, 4-86(1) Financial Needs to Train HTA Secretaries, 6-86(1) Canada-Yukon-Northwest Territories, NCPC Devolution Memorandum of Understanding, and a Letter of Transmittal from the Minister of IAND, 12-86(1) Regional Decentralization, the Fair Allocation of Resources in Regions, 15-86(1) Letter from Lake Harbour Housing Association Concerning Hazardous Housing, 16-86(1) Letter from Lake Harbour Residents re Cleaning Up of Camp Sites, Outpost Camps and Mining Areas, 17-86(1) Letter from Umimmak School in Grise Fiord Concerning Reduced Staff at the School, 18-86(1) Letter to TFN Directors re Land and Resources Elements of the TFN Claim, 19-86(1) Letter to Hon. David Crombie re Land and Resources Elements of the TFN Claim, 21-86(1) NWT Gazette With Indices tabling statement, 23-86(1) Statement of Intent, Proposed Environmental Legislation, Department of Renewable Resources, 25-86(1) Membership and Terms of Reference for the NWT Land Use Planning Commission, 26-86(1) Request from HTA in Arctic Bay for a New Community Freezer, 32-86(1) Letter from the Hunters and Trappers in Sanikiluaq, 33-86(1) Arctic Research Entitlement from Pond Inlet, 35-86(1) Tungavik Federation of Nunavut Response to Concerns Raised in the Assembly Respecting the Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreements Provisions of an Agreement in Principle, 37-86(1) Sessional Paper: Constitutional and Political Development in the Northwest Territories, 38-86(1) The Ministerial Committee's Recommendations for a Three Year Action Plan in Response to the Task Force on Spousal Assault Report, May 1985, 43-86(1) Resolution from Frobisher Bay Chamber of Commerce Supporting Privatization of Services of GNWT, 45-86(1) Second Report of the Public Records Committee, 1985, 52-86(1) Review of Landlord and Tenant Act, 57-86(1) Letter from the Takijualuk School Staff Regarding the Early Intervention Pilot Project in Pond Inlet, 58-86(1) Notarized Document from Fort Smith re the Proposed Staffing Policy of the Minister of Education for Territorial Schools, 59-86(1) Government of the Northwest Territories Response to the Report of the Task Force to Review Comprehensive Claims Policy, “Living Treaties: Lasting Agreements”, dated May 27th, 1986, 60-86(1) Letter from Philip Nungaq of Spence Bay Regarding Department of Social Services, 61-86(1) Transportation of Persons Injured in Resolute Bay, May 27th, 1986, 63-86(1) Draft Legislation for the Forest Management Act, 66-86(1) Letter to Hon. Jake Epp and Hon. David Crombie from Baffin Adult Educators, re Pensioners in the Northwest Territories, 67-86(1) Revised Version of the Sessional Paper, Political and Constitutional Development in the NWT, 72-86(1) A Telex from John Hill, Mayor of Inuvik, to Dave Nickerson, MP for the Western Arctic, asking him to intercede with his Government to increase the current tax credit system to a percentage that will reduce the participation by Gulf and its partners to 25 cents on the dollar, 73-86(1) First issue of “Building Blocks”, a monthly newsletter on Aboriginal and Constitutional Development in the Northwest Territories, and 74-86(1) An Interim Statement on the Feasibility of Small Nuclear Reactors in Remote Communities of the Northwest Territories, prepared by the Science Institute of the Northwest Territories. The file also includes English versions of 21-86(1) Numbers 7, 8 and 9 of Volume VI and Number 1 of Volume VII of Part I of the Northwest Territories Gazette; Numbers 4, 5 and 6 of Volume VI and an Extraordinary Edition of Volume VII of Part II of the Northwest Territories Gazette; and Indices of all Regulations, Statutory Instruments and Non-Statutory Instruments Made Pursuant to the Acts of the Northwest Territories for the Period from 01st October, 1985 to 31st January, 1986, 40-86(1) Science Institute of the NWT, Investigation of the Viability of a Remote Wind/Hydro-electric Power Supply in the Northwest Territories, 68-86(1) Translation of an Editorial which was Published in L’Aquilon March 27, 1986, volume 1, number 3 and a copy of the newspaper.