An annotated aerial photograph of miles 393.6 to 398.5 of the proposed Mackenzie Highway, with additional notes on surficial geology and soils, vegetation, wildlife, fish, archaeology (including Fort Alexander), landscape architecture, recreation, and construction. Produced by Government of Canada, Department of Public Works.
The file consists of the agenda, signed minutes, and attachments for the 37th session of the Council of the Northwest Territories. Copies of the meeting package with additional attachments can be found in files G-1979-042: 11-6 and G-1979-042: 13-3.
The file consists of the sessional papers of the 3rd Session of the NWT Council, as kept by the Secretary. This file contains the signed version of the minutes (see file G-1979-042: 1-3), minutes from the 2nd Session, and other attachments relating to the 3rd session. Similar meeting packages are also found in files G-1979-042: 10-20, 10-21, and 10-22.
The file consists of Council of the Northwest Territories meeting packages sent to Dr. Charles Camsell, Deputy Minister of the Department of Mines. The packages include agendas, minutes from previous sessions, correspondence, and other attachments. The official files for these sessions can be found in G-1979-042: 1-36 to 1-41 and overlapping sets of meeting packages can be found in files G-1979-042: 12-4 and G-1979-042: 11-6.
The file consists of the sessional papers of the 7th Session of the NWT Council, as kept by the Secretary. This file contains an agenda, minutes from the 6th session, draft minutes from the 7th session, and many attachments (some original). See also the official meeting file in G-1979-042: 1-7.
The file consists of the sessional papers of the 188th to 195th and special sessions of the Council of the Northwest Territories. This file includes attachments, meeting packages, agendas, and minutes. See also the official meeting files in G-1979-042: 9-4 to 10-4.
The file consists of the signed meeting minutes, agenda, and attachments for the 70th session of the Council of the Northwest Territories.
The file consists of the signed meeting minutes, agenda, and attachments for the 89th session of the Council of the Northwest Territories.
The file consists of the signed meeting minutes, agenda, and attachments, including photographs and a map, for the 86th session of the Council of the Northwest Territories.
The series consists of signed minutes of the Council of the Northwest Territories during the period of appointed Council members. The minutes of the first five sessions are not signed, but they are clearly intended of to the be the official proceedings of the Council, and the signed versions can be found in Series 3. Regular and special sessions are numbered from 1921-1950.
A large number of attachments have been included with the minutes, but this has not been done consistently. These attachments include agendas, copies of correspondence, reports, some Ordinances (including some drafts), and minutes of related committees, including the Interdepartmental Reindeer Committee, Yellowknife Board of Trustees, and Hay River Board of Trustees. Some maps and photographs are also included.
The files in this series contain the papers kept by the Secretary for each session. Although this practice continued until 1951, all of the files between 1929 and 1949 were probably destroyed before 1967. Although the files consist largely of copies which can also be found in the signed minutes (series 01), they also contain some additional information.
The textual material comprises an incomplete copy of L.T. Burwash's report entitled, "The Eskimo, Their Country and Its Resources: Economic Survey of the East Coasts of Hudson Bay and James Bay from Richmond Gulf to Rupert House, Including the Belcher and Other Adjacent Islands," Ottawa, Dept. of the Interior, 1927. (Typewritten.) The report contains a diary of the trip taken by Burwash, descriptions of Inuit life, food supplies, clothing, health, the influence of trading posts, housing conditions, and mineral and animal resources in the region. Much of the report focuses on the Inuit in the regions around Little Whale River and the Belcher Islands. Included in this report were photographs of communities along the eastern coast of Hudson Bay and James Bay and eight maps. The mounting of the photographs in this report suggests that this copy was a draft produced before its final publication.
The records are made up of three files of correspondence and two blue print maps of leased areas documenting applications and maintenance of surveying permits for petroleum and natural gas exploration in the south Great Slave Lake region including, Pine Point and Presquille Point areas.
The material was amassed in the course of developing the Nanisivik town site near Arctic Bay on Strathcona Sound and consists of correspondence, minutes, agreements, plans and charts.Northwest Territories. Department of Planning and Program Evaluation. Special Projects and Development division
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
This accession consists of two town plans dealing with land use and development in the municipality of Fort Good Hope. One plan (:0001) contains the text for the Fort Good Hope Community Plan. The second plan (:0002) indicates zoning and focuses on the Jackfish Creek Redevelopment.
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
Records document animal trapping in the Northwest Territories. The textual records consist of general correspondence files (including flimsies), trapper's files, regional files, trapping permits files, Game Office files and Fur Export Tax Returns. The majority of the maps were produced by the federal government and are dated from 1932-1958. Many of the maps are annotated and document animal hunting and trapping in the following areas: Fort Providence, Fort McPherson, Arctic Red River, Gjoa Haven, Fort Resolution, Rocher River, Lutselk'e (Snowdrift), Victoria Island, Coppermine, Horn River, Hay River, Tulita (Fort Norman), Banks Island, Fort Simpson, Fort Liard, East of Fort Smith, and Fort Good Hope. In addition, there are maps of the East Arm of Great Slave Lake, McLean Bay, Yellowknife Bay and a map documenting Eskimo (Inuit) Registration Districts. Some records were produced by the division's predecessors.Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources. Wildlife Service