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G-1999-069 · Accession · 1973-1990
Part of Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive fonds

Records date from 1973-1990 and consist of Plans and Program files relating to the Mackenzie Valley Pipeline, Nanisivik Mines, Polar Gas Project and Beaufort Delta Oil Project. In addition, there are Committee files from the Regional Management Committee in Inuvik and Inuvik Regional Health Board and files from Hamlet and Settlement Meetings from the Mackenzie Delta, Western Arctic, Baffin and Great Bear Lake Regions.

Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive. Regional Operations division
G-2010-022 · Accession · 1974-1988
Part of Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive fonds

Records date from 1974-1988 and relate to land claims, including the Inuvialuit (COPE) land claim, the Dene/Metis land claim, and the creation of Nunavut, from the Aboriginal Rights and Constitutional Development Secretariat of the department. Also included are records relating to the creation of the Western Arctic Region Municipality (WARM). The records in this accession consist of primarily correspondence, meeting minutes, and copies of reports from federal government, territorial government and Aboriginal government representatives.

Northwest Territories. Aboriginal Rights and Constitutional Development Secretariat
G-2014-026 · Accession · 1977-1995
Part of Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive fonds

Records date from 1977-1995, and consist mainly of ministerial correspondence and chronos of various departments, including Finance, Education, Renewable Resources and Transportation, as well as chronos from the Office of the Premier. This accession also includes one file from the Pine Point Closure Committee, several files from the Office of Devolution, and files related to Forestry and the transfer of Forest Fire Services in the NWT.

G-2019-019 · Accession · 2000-2011
Part of Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive fonds

The records consist of committee records from the Executive Senior Management Committee, Special Joint Committee on Non-Tax-Based Community Affairs, and Special Committee on the Implementation of Self-Government and the Sunset Clause, the Public Committees, Boards and Councils Handbook, and chronos (correspondence) from the Premier and Secretary to Cabinet (2007-2010).

Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive. Directorate
G-2021-052 · Accession · 1899, 1969-1996
Part of Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive fonds

This accession consists of textual records relating to the Aboriginal (Indigenous) affairs and intergovernmental relations functions of the Department of the Executive. The records document Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) involvement in various land claims, including those with the Dene-Metis, Sahtu, Gwich'in, Tunngavik Federation of Nunavut, Tlicho, and Treaty 8 organizations, covering both negotiation and implementation of the land claims. The records also document post-agreement negotiations with the Inuvialuit over land access by the GNWT, land and resource management, political and constitutional development, and self-government by Indigenous groups. The records include negotiation and implementation drafts and responses, implementation plans, agreements (draft, final and amended), land interest documentation, briefing material, correspondence, meeting and workshop material, reference material, policies, decision and discussion papers, legal opinions, financial records, proposals, reports, and a job description.

G-2022-060 · Accession · 1986-1995
Part of Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive fonds

The records were created by the Aboriginal Rights and Constitutional Development Secretariat and the Ministry of Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs during the negotiation and implementation of the Nunavut claim. There are files related to the development of the agreement-in-principle and planning for the establishment of Nunavut, as well as the establishment and operation of boards and agencies involved in the implementation of the agreement, including the Nunavut Implementation Panel, Nunavut Implementation Training Committee, and Transition Teams for the Nunavut Planning Commission, Nunavut Water Board, and Nunavut Impact Review Board.