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[Rapports en francais]

The file consists of French language versions of Constitutional Alliance and Western Constitutional Forum publications, presentations, and workshops, including "Discours prononcé par Bob MacQuarrie, député de Yellowknife-Centre et James Wah-Shee, député de Rae-Lac La Martre devant le Comité permanent des affaires indiennes au nom de l'Assemblée constitutionelle de la région ouest" and related correspondence, information on l'Assemblée constitutionelle de la région ouest (ACRO), "l'Assemblée constitutionelle de la région ouest Évolution de la situation Février 1982 - Décembre 1983", "Assemblée constitutionelle de la région ouest rapport d'activité Janvier 1984", "Document de travail sur la question de la ligne de démarcation", "Évolution politique et ligne de démarcation", "Réunion de l'Assemblée constitutionelle de la région ouest avec les habitants de Coppermine".


The file consists of a discussion paper, correspondence relating to devolution and official languages, notes from a Dene Nation Leadership meeting, research ideas, Acting Executive Director's notes, Analysis of Submissions by the Dene/Metis and IRC to the Legislative Assembly, Notes on the Dene-Metis and IRC Papers on Devolution Tabled in the Legislative Assembly, draft agenda for September 25, 1988 meeting, and issues for consideration.

Constitutional Development.

The file consists of Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs (December 4, 1989), "Joint Discussion Paper Commmunity Self Government in the Dene/Metis Settlement Area", "Community and Aboriginal Self-Government in the Northwest Territories", "The Inuvialuit Perspective of the Discussion Paper on Political and Constitutional Development in the Northwest Territories", "A Northern Political and Economic Policy Framework", Some Initial Thoughts About Decision to be Made by the Dene-Metis with Respect to Self-Government Negotiations, and Steps in the Community Negotiations Process.

[Exhibits and Articles]
N-2023-008: 2-6 · File · 1978-2022
Part of Arthur Boutilier fonds

The file consists of writings related to photography, including Facebook posts, an article on the Far North Photo Festival, Where the Torngat Walks (Up Here, April/May 1985), Spirit in the Landscape exhibit pamphlets and text (1978), The Spirit Mountains of Northern Labrador A Photo Essay (April 1985), Moments: Caught on Camera, July 8 to July 12 (Globe and Mail, July 5, 2013), a letter from Nunavut Premier Paul Okalik, and biographies for a 2011 exhibit.

Collected Writings
N-2023-008: 2-5 · File · 1977-2023
Part of Arthur Boutilier fonds

The file consists of writings by and about Arthur Boutilier. The records include reflections on quotes by others, an introduction, personal thought diagrams, The Story of My TIAs (November 2019), The Summit Condos - Our Forever Home (January 2017), My Story by Matthew Mallon (Edge Magazine, July 2015), Further Reasons Why Yellowknife is So Special and Why It's Our Home (July 2015), The Story of my Life (January 2015), Some Thoughts on Retirement (June 2011), The Buckminster Fuller Challenge (October 2007), A Shy Canadian Comes In From The Cold (submission for "The Big Book" of Alcoholics Anonymous, January 1999), My Own Path (submission to Harvard Graduate School of Design publication, June 1994), Memo to File (Parks Canada Atlantic Region, August 1977), thought diagrams on land use planning, planning documents for a proposed display, Yellowknifer wants to be Canada's man in space by Dawn Wickstrom (Yellowknifer, September 14, 1983), Key Principles learned from, and used in Regional Land Use Planning (May 2000), a resume (2020), copies of business cards, draft obituary, and Artist Story.

Journey Into Labrador 1976
N-2023-008: 2-4 · File · 1976, 2010
Part of Arthur Boutilier fonds

The file consists of journal kept by Arthur Boutilier during his trip to Labrador and into the Torngat and Mealy Mountains July 18-August 5, 1976. Additional annotations were made by Arthur in 2010.