Records include the chronos of Ministers J. Michael Miltenberger (September-October 2011) and Tom Beaulieu (November 2011-September 2012), as well as the chronos of Deputy Ministers Paddy Meade (January-September 2011) and Debbie DeLancey (October 2011-April 2012).Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services. Directorate
This accession consists of a large extent of unprocessed audio-visual material, depicting primarily Federal health services across the Northwest Territories from the 1960s to the 1980s. These include slide presentations about a 50th anniversary celebration of the St. Theresa’s Hospital in Chesterfield Inlet, a presentation on nursing in the north and a presentation on the services provided by the Department of Health, which is also accompanied by audio presentations in four indigenous languages. As well, there is a large extent of photographs, audio recordings, and video.
This accession consists of files from many different GNWT departments, including Education, Social Services (and predecessors), and Local Government, relating to the operation, administration, and closure of the community of Port Burwell. The records were collected by the Office of the Commissioner after the community was abandoned. The records include settlement manager monthly reports and correspondence, settlement council minutes, school records (including enrollment and attendance and student files), financial records (including aircraft tender documents, operations funding, cheque books and banking records, and ledgers), fishery plant records, building and public works records, health and welfare records,employment records, and a guestbook. The accession also includes several files from the Department of Local Government which relate to the Baffin Region more generally or to other communities, including Pond Inlet, Arctic Bay, Grise Fiord, Nanisivik, Eskimo Point (Arviat),
Records consist of contribution administration files related to wellness promotion, primarily under the following federally-funded programs: Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (ADI), Brighter Futures, First Nations and Inuit Home and Community Care, National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy (NAYSPS), and National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP).
Records include two Deputy Minister Committee files, one related to the Territorial Support Network and one to Electronic Medical Records. Records also include the chronos of Minister Sandy Lee (December 2010 - March 2011) and Minister J. Michael Miltenberger (April 2011 - August 2011).Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services. Directorate
Records include photographs of school children having a picnic outside of the school in Fort Good Hope. The photos were taken in 1959. One of the photographs shows an unidentified woman setting up an x-ray machine outside of the school building. The photographs were taken by Monica MacDonald who was a teacher in Fort Good Hope.
Records include an Inuktitut version of a Handbook for Interpreters in Health. The handbook is geared towards medical interpreters and health care workers and contains information for interpreters to assist them in communicating with patients on health related issues.Northwest Territories. Department of Health. Health Promotion and Education division
Records include an annual report, legislation files, and self-government files. The annual report is from the Fort Smith Health and Social Services Authority. The legislation files include details regarding the drug interchangeability formulary, grandfathering under the Social Workers Act, and a discussion paper related to the Health and Social Services Professions Act. The self-government files document the role of the Department of Health and Social Services in self-government negotiations, including but not limited to presentations given by the department during self-government discussions, and actions taken by the department related to implementation of the Tlicho Final Agreement.Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services. Policy, Legislation and Communications division
Records consist of an English copy of a Handbook for Interpreters in Health. The handbook is geared towards medical interpreters and health care workers and contains information for interpreters to assist them in communicating with patients on health related issues.Northwest Territories. Department of Health. Health Promotion and Education division
Records include correspondence and a discussion paper that summarize issues with the Government of Canada during this time. Also included are high-level contribution agreements with the federal government.
Records include the chronos of Minister Sandy Lee and Deputy Minister Paddy Meade, as well as Senior Management Committee (SMC) and Joint Senior Management Committee (JSMC) files.Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services. Directorate
Records are related to various committees of the Department of Health and Social Services related to health and social services issues including child and family welfare, nurse mentorship, midwifery and the regional health authorities.
Records date from 1972-1998, and mainly relate to legislative initiatives and amendments of Department of Health and Department of Health and Social Services legislation or acts. The files include options papers, draft proposals, and correspondence between legislative policy analysts and the department regarding the requested legislative amendments or initiatives. There are also files from the National Health Research and Development Program (NHRDP) related to the evaluation of NHRDP submissions, correspondence and minutes from the NHRDP Review Panel, as well as files identifying research needs in the NWT, development of health related workshops that would be delivered by the Department of Health, as well as program development in the NWT. In addition, the accession includes departmental strategic planning and reorganization files related to the amalgamation of the Department of Health and the Department of Social Services, as well as files related to the transfer of health services to the GNWT from the Federal Government. There are also records from the Community Transfer Initiative and how it impacted the transfer of health services to communities. There are also working drafts and development files for departmental reports such as the NWT Health Report, NWT Health Status Report, Ambulance Services Report, as well as program evaluation files about the AIDS project and Advanced Nursing Skills Program. The remaining files include management studies (Management for Results) for the various health boards, copies of MOU between the Department of Health and Social Services and Justice and Education, Culture and Employment, as well as files from the Vital Statistics Committee, Territorial Laboratory Standards Committee and Traditional Knowledge Working Group, in particular traditional knowledge activities at Stanton Hospital.Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services. Policy, Legislation and Communications division
Records consist of contribution administration files related to wellness promotion, including some under the federally-funded Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (ADI) and Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP).
Records relate to Nursing; Drug and Alcohol Programs; Immunization; HIV/AIDS; and Family Violence Prevention Programs.Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services. Public Health Programs division
Records include files related to block funding, recruitment; transfer of responsibilites from federal government; day care services; family violence programs; young offenders; corrections; alcohol and drug programming; mental health programming; aged (seniors) and handicapped services and correspondence with regional authorities regarding program delivery.Northwest Territories. Department of Social Services. Directorate
Records include Regional Health Board meetings; nutrition promotion programs; community visit reports from the regional nutritionist; reports from the Brighter Futures funding program; committees involved in health promotion and awareness on issues such as family violence and HIV/AIDS; arctic contaminants; and women's health issues such as maternal/cord blood monitoring efforts.Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services. Population Health division
Records include files related to the delivery of health and social services programming under land claims and self-government agreements, Senior Management Committee (SMC) meetings, various internal health and social services committees, family violence intiatives, work on the social agenda of the GNWT and files from the Social Lens Working Groups.Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services. Policy, Legislation and Communications division
Records include file indexes, staff meeting minutes, and files relating to agreements, departmental organization, and programs related to alcohol and drug abuse.Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services. Policy and Planning division
Records include briefing books, files related to legislative amendments, information sharing agreements, a report on a review of health care services, and materials from departmental senior management meetings.Northwest Territories. Department of Health and Social Services. Policy, Legislation and Communications division