The photographs depict Wood Buffalo National Park, Yellowknife, Hay River, Fort Resolution, Jean Marie River and the Great Slave region. The photographs include images of park wardens and their stations, forest fire monitoring and control, an abattoir for butchering bison, and fishing operations in the Great Slave Lake area. The fishing vessel 'Peter Pond' is featured prominently. Many of the pages of the first album that originally housed the photos were stamped with 'Conservation and Management Services' which appears to be a federal government division responsible for renewable resource management and conservation enforcement in the area.Fougere, Robert
Records relating to fisheries and wildlife management include those on the subjects of disease, endangered species, land use, predator control, trapping, hunting, fur production and harvesting data, hunting and trapping associations, environmental protection, land claims, trapper taxation, trapping standards, animal sightings, game management reports, registered trapping areas, pipelines, sport fishing and lake stocking, conservation education, national parks, territorial parks, preserves, sanctuaries and refuges. Records also include manuals, permits, licenses, newsletters, annual reports, strategic plans, and mandate documents relating to the operation of the Division. The wildlife management records include studies or records relating to falcons, gyrfalcons, geese, duck, swans, bears, bison, beaver, sheep, caribou, fox, reindeer, wolf, muskoxen, muskrat, marten, mink, wolverine, moose, hare, and arachnids (spiders). Policies and programs covered by this accession include the Guiding and Outfitting Policy, Community Freezer Program, Fur Program, Biodiversity Working Group, Fire Management Policy, Firearm Safety Instructor Course Program, Bathurst Management Planning Committee, and the Trapper Treeline Program. There are records relating to Trapper Training, Harvesters Assistance, Trapper Compensation, and interaction with COSEWIC, and the Fish and Wildlife Service Policy. Each region of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut is represented.Northwest Territories. Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development. Wildlife and Fisheries division
This accession consists of records from the Investment and Economic Analysis division of the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment. The records include a briefing binder for the 2005 North American Fur & Fashion Exposition, GMVF Trappers Newsletters, caribou strategy briefing material and summary of issues, FMB decision paper, Economic Impacts of Tag Reductions on the NWT Arctic Barren-ground Caribou Outfitters, A Barren-ground Caribou Management Strategy for the Northwest Territories 2005-2010 (draft), Review of the Class 'B' Barrenground Caribou Outfitters in Unit 'F', Draft Report on Renewable Resource Assessment of the Edehzhie Candidate Protected Area, and related correspondence.
Nine of the audiocassettes contain nine programs from the series entitled "This Land We Share.'" It was a monthly program produced by the department that aimed to educate northerners about the role of the Department of Renewable Resources. One audiocassette is entitled "Knowing Our Resources." It was also produced by the department and contained information on new hunting regulations, legislation, and funding for various projects that affected land use and protection of wildlife. 2 audiocassettes contain the same radio ad entitled "Let's Put Garbage in Its Place." This ad was produced for the Pollution Control Division as part of an anti-litter campaign run by the Department. The recording consisted of several variations of the same radio jingle. The remaining 2 cassettes contain the same program called "Fish and Wildlife Ordinance." The recording contains discussions about responsible game management and the differences between hunting technology in the past and present. The audio reel contains recordings of the proceedings and discussion from the Fur Symposium held in Fort Resolution in 1986.Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources. Conservation Education and Resource Development division
This accession consists of records from the Yellowknife District of the Department of Renewable Resources relating to the development of legislation, regulations, and policies and procedures. The records include proposed Operations Manual amendments, proposed regulation amendments, requests for comments, legislative proposals, and correspondence.Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources. Yellowknife District
This accession consists of records from the Department of Renewable Resources and its predecessors, relating primarily to caribou and forests. The records include correspondence and notes, a map of registered trapping areas in the Fort Fitzgerald area, a number of caribou studies and reports, wildlife regulations and amendments, a news article, and drafts of “Forests for Tomorrow: Forest Management in the Northwest Territories A Public Policy Discussion Paper” and related feedback.
This accession consists of records from the Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The records include the RWED Operations Manual, ENR Field Operations Manual Standard Operating Procedures, Summary of Hunting Regulations July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007, and presentation slides, project information sheets, manuscript abstracts, articles and reports, and an Internal Project Summary Proposal for a 2007 Research Day.Northwest Territories. Department of Environment and Natural Resources (2005-)
This accession consists of records created and assembled by the Wildlife division of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources during the creation of a new Wildlife Act for the Northwest Territories. The records include correspondence, comments and recommendations, meeting notes, briefing material, presentation slides, information sheets, engagement plan, plain language summary, assessment report, Proposed New Wildlife Act for the Northwest Territories pamphlet, Drafting a New Wildlife Act for the Northwest Territories: A Progress Report, A Proposed New Wildlife Act for the NWT (public consultation document), and The Results of 2010-2011 Consultation and Public Engagement on the Proposed New Wildlife Act. The records also include copies of historical material from the negotiation of the Dene-Metis land claim (ca. 1988-1990) and later negotiating instructions (1998).
This accession consists of records from the Policy and Strategic Planning Division of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources relating to board and committee work (Deputy Ministers Land Use Steering Committee, Natural Resources Conservation Trust Fund) and a revision to the Wildlife Act, including the Wildlife Act Working Group.Northwest Territories. Department of Environment and Natural Resources (2005-)
The accession consists of records from the Directorate of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, including departmental, Minister's and Deputy Minister's chronos (correspondence), committee records for the Deputy Ministers' Subcommittee on Science, Arctic Energy Alliance, and Giant Mine Oversight Committee, records relating to an amendment of the Wildlife Act, and a memorandum of agreement with the Canadian Wildlife Federation.Northwest Territories. Department of Environment and Natural Resources. Directorate
This accession consists of records from the Directorate of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, including Minister's Chronos (correspondence) from January 2007-December 2008 and March 2009-December 2010, Deputy Minister's Chronos from January-December 2007 and January 2009-December 2010, Deputy Minister's personal and confidential Chronos from June 2010-April 2011, and briefing material from 2007 and 2009-2011.
The accession consists of records from the Wildlife and Fisheries division of the Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development relating to the environment assessment and monitoring of the Diavik Diamond Mine. The records include reports, correspondence, meeting notes, presentation slides and speaking notes from public meetings, a draft Diavik Environmental Agreement, wildlife impact linkage diagrams, reviews, comments and responses, and records of the GNWT-Diavik Working Group and the Environmental Monitoring Advisory Board.
This accession, collected by Commissioner Stuart M. Hodgson, consists of a variety of unrelated material. Included in the collection is the transcript of an interview between [Clarence?] Johnson and [?] Fogg. The subject of the interview is Mr. Johnson's work aboard the ships "Emma" and "Nigalik". Also included in the collection are 5 unrelated photographs. The photographs include images of: Herbert Charles Wilson, speaker of the NWT Legislative Assembly from 1883-1888, Gordon Robertson, Game Wardens at Fort Smith, the unveiling of a plaque at the Northern United Place in Yellowknife and the NWT Council.
Records consist of correspondence, reports by regional and community officers, minutes, field project reports, report forms recording information on polar bear and musk-ox kills and fish landings. The records relate to a variety of activities such as hunting, trapping, enforcement, animal studies and fisheries. The records show evidence of the division's activities, programs delivered, and the impact the division's policies may have had on the residents of the Northwest Territories. Reports from the administrative regions of the Government of the Northwest Territories have been kept in an effort to document regional activities and responses.Northwest Territories. Department of Natural and Cultural Affairs. Wildlife Service
The photograph is of a group of participants at the 1977 Fish and Wildlife Convention.
The material, dating between 1948-1950, represents a compilation of 18 reports on forestry and wildlife management in the Northwest Territories. The photographs document the transfer of beaver and elk to Wood Buffalo Park.
The textual records consist of 3 files. The first file is of correspondence of the Eldorado Mining and Refining Company, Eldorado Gold Mines Ltd. and El Bonanza Mining Corp. Ltd. related to administrative matters (1934-1944). Includes some correspondence of Gilbert and Charles Labine. The second file contains the ballot of 12 candidates for the Aklavik Advisory Council (1969). The third file has part of a diary in Inuktitut (1955), 2 permits to enter the Reindeer Reserve, and 7 photographs in very bad condition which may have come from the collection of the National Archives of Canada.
Records include photographs of men that were NWT Rangers in the 1930s and 1940s. The photographs are mounted on a piece of cardboard. The photographs identify the park rangers and the location where they patrolled. The individuals and locations are identified as follows: Jack Taylor, Pine Lake, Tom Campbell, 30th Baseline, D'Arcy Arden, Rocky Point, Charley [Charlie] Bird, Rocky Point, Jacky Sutherland, Egg Lake, Fred Bennet, Brown's Cabin, Hughie McDermott, Charley Guillion and Bob Allen, Pat Ireland, Quatre Fourche River and Charley Cooper and wife Florence Cooper on the boat Ranger II.
Records consist of minutes of the Dene/Inuit Meeting on Cooperative Management of the Thelon Wildlife Sanctuary and a handwritten statement of intent or declaration. This declaration was signed by the representatives of the Dene in Lutselk'e and representatives of the Inuit to develop a joint wildlife management plan for the Thelon Wildlife Sanctuary.
The records consist of the NWT Energy Plan and the work surrounding its creation as drafted by the Energy Secretariat; meeting minutes of the Arctic Energy Alliance with RWED Deputy Minister participation from 1997-2002; and ministerial and deputy minister chronos from 2004.Northwest Territories. Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development. Directorate