Records include terms of reference for Committees-of-Cabinet and associated Deputy Minister committees and an agenda, minutes, and meeting materials from the Deputy Ministers' Devolution Committee.Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive. Cabinet Secretariat
This accession consists of records created by and for the Legislative Assembly's Special Committee on the Northern Economy, including several background studies, a summary of public hearings, and the SCONE Report.
Records date from 1888-1991 and consist of published reports, pamphlets, brochures and bound ordinances. The pamphlets and brochures relate to the Legislative Assembly's operations, symbology, projects, interest in a pipeline and talks of forming a new territory (Nunavut). Records also include the rules of the preceding body, the Council of the Northwest Territories, as well as the rules of the Assembly from 1984 to 1991. There are published reports on priorities for the North, election reports, electoral boundaries, administrative structure for Nunavut, a spousal assault task force report, and a Denedeh government proposal for restructuring of the Government of the Northwest Territories.
Also included in this accession are ordinances dated 1888 and 1895 and bound ordinances dating 1950 through 1981. There is also a book of statutes from 1985.
Records include a briefing book for the Government House Leader as well as Cabinet House Strategy Meeting packages for the 16th Assembly. The meeting packages include agendas, Legislative Assembly Orders of the Day, lists of oral and written question and statistics, calendars, house business summaries, house motions, correspondence, briefing materials, decision papers, and other informational materials.Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive. Legislation and House Planning division
This accession consists of records from the Directorate of the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment, including Minister's and Deputy Minister's chronos (correspondence) for 2011.
Records include Legislation and House Planning Committee meeting minutes, agendas, proposals and records of recommendations.
Records include chronos generated by the office of Floyd K. Roland as Premier of the Northwest Territories.Northwest Territories. Department of the Executive. Directorate
Accession consists of the itinerary of Govenor General of Canada, Roland Michener's visit to the Northwest Territories from August 17-24, 1970. There is also the itinerary of NWT Commissioner, John Parker's tour of Keewatin South from April 20-23, 1982.
Records consist of biographical information, signed Oaths of Office and Oaths of Allegiance and correspondence between members and the Office of the Clerk for the 8th Council of the Northwest Territories (8th Assembly).Northwest Territories. Legislative Assembly. Office of the Clerk
The record is that of a proclaimation signed by Robert Welch, Provincial Secretary and Minister of Citizenship of Ontario, on behalf of Premier John Robarts to mark the NWT Centennial.
Records include Debates, Bills, Sessional Papers, Appropriations, Supplementary Appropriations, Recommendations to Council, Information Items, Monthly Letters, Tabled Documents, Motions, Questions and Returns (Oral and Written) and a selection of Commissioner's Opening Addresses. They were produced by the 1st through the 67th sessions (1st to 8th Councils) of the Council of the Northwest Territories, the predecessor to the Legislative Assembly.
This accession consists of one photograph of Hugh St. Quenton Cayley (Saskatchewan Archives number R-A6914). The image was copied from a composite photograph of the members of the 2nd Legislative Assembly for the Northwest Territories, 1891 (Saskatchewan Archives number R-B1490).
This accession consists of the notice of resignation from Tom Butters.
The recordings contain three programs including "MLA", (item :0001), which examines people's expectations and attitudes toward government, and explains the election process as well as the workings of the Legislative Assembly; "Home Maintenance--N.W.T.H.C.", (item :0002), and "Home Maintenance--C.M.H.C.", (item :0002), uses interviews to provide information on GNWT and federal government home repair programs.Northwest Territories. Department of Culture and Communications. Language Bureau
The collection is comprised of photographs that were deleted from the files in 1992. Themes include: the Legislative Assembly, Members of the Legislative Assembly and the Executive; as well as involvement of the Government of the Northwest Territories in housing, education and training, arts and crafts, tourism, transportation and industry. Also included are images documenting native land use, community activities, facilities, special events and people. Tessa Macintosh, the photographer for the Government of the NWT, took the majority of the photographs.Northwest Territories. Department of Culture and Communications. Radio and Television Services division
The material includes minutes from standing committees, a meeting with federal air transport representative in Ottawa, and a pamphlet outlining the 1978 visit of Her Royal Highness the Princess Margriet of the Netherlands.
Records include recordings of meetings held between Commissioner Stuart M. Hodgson, Chief Alex Arrowmaker, and Members of the Legislative Assembly, Thomas H. Butters and R. Whitford concerning the development plans for Snare Lakes.
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.
The material includes memorabilia from the 1973 Legislative Ball at the fictional "Fort Michener", a certificate in the name of Raymond the Raven, Pete Baker's certificate of election to the Council of the Northwest Territories, a commemorative brochure on Martin Frobisher signed by Capt. C. Frobisher, a notice concerning the establishment of the St. John Ambulance in the Northwest Territories, and a public notice concerning land ownership by the Chiefs in Council. These records were collected by Commissioner Stuart M. Hodgson.
Records include photographs of a group of people that may have been taken in Ottawa in August 1965 at an official political function. Former Commissioners Ben G. Sivertz and Stuart Hodgson and Father Bern Will Brown appear in the photographs. The two photographs are signed on verso by Ben G. Sivertz.