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John Bayly

The records were gathered by John Bayly in his role as Inquiry Counsel for the Bourassa Inquiry. The Inquiry was conducted by Madam Justice Carole Conrad of Alberta and held in Yellowknife. The proceedings began on March 26, 1990 and ended with Madam Conrad's findings that were issued on September 28, 1990. The records consist of copies of the following: preliminary proceedings, transcripts of the hearings, exhibits including video and one audio cassette of the press conference and public meeting held by the Government of the Northwest Territories, Justice Minister Michael Ballantyne on Dec. 21, 1989, submissions, letters of complaint, authorities, the inquiry findings and press clippings.

Jack Anderson

Records include photographs of Goldfields, Saskatchewan, Yellowknife and Gordon Lake. Images include the construction of Con Mine in Yellowknife and Camlaren Mines, Ltd. at Gordon Lake. Camp personnel are also featured. The photographs are arranged into four series: Goldfields, Saskatchewan; Yellowknife; Gordon Lake; and Miscellaneous.

Northwest Territories. Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment

This accession consists of records relating to the establishment of the Business Development and Investment Corporation (BDIC) and NWT Arts rebranding and activities. BDIC records include correspondence, meeting materials, copies of the Act and draft Regulations, review materials, organizational charts, lists of functions affected by BDIC and implementation tasks, and a communication plan. NWT Arts records include Logo Branding Program Guidelines and a presentation.

Northwest Territories. Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment. Investment and Economic Analysis division

Northwest Territories. Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment. Investment and Economic Analysis division

  • G-2022-046
  • Accession
  • 1976-2009

This accession consists of records from the Investment and Economic Analysis division of the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment relating to the Business Incentive Policy (BIP), including policies and directives, definitions, reports, legal opinions, a handbook, feedback and suggestions, and material from BIP Senior Management Committee.

Northwest Territories. Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment. Investment and Economic Analysis division

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.

Northwest Territories. Department of Education, Culture and Employment

NOTE: This accession is currently being processed and not all of the content will be available for access.
The majority of the productions were developed between 1981 and 1995 from the Department's studio location in Yellowknife. Featured programs include "The Tube" and "The People." In addition, there are a variety of unique productions about northern subjects, traditional knowledge, and coverage of major political and social events in the Northwest Territories. There is also a selection of material that was produced for the Government of the Northwest Territories in order to inform residents about programs and services offered through various Government Departments.

Northwest Territories. Department of Education, Culture and Employment. Information Networks division

Northwest Territories. Department of Justice. Finance division

This accession consists of records from the Finance division of the Department of Justice relating to cost-sharing agreements between the GNWT and the Government of Canada for the following programs: Supporting Families Initiative, Access to Justice program, and Youth Criminal Justice Act. The files include financial reporting and correspondence as well as statistical reports, narrative reports, and/or annual reports on the respective programs.

Northwest Territories. Department of Justice. Finance division

Cominco Ltd.

The textual records have been divided into 14 series and include general administration records, personnel records, legal records, financial records, records of development at Pine Point, records from the office of the mine superintendent, records from the office of the mine engineer, records from the office of the geologist, health and safety records, and the records of the Con Athletic Association. The company records consist of personnel files, health and safety records, financial records, mill logbooks, and assay test data statistics. Also included are personal files of A.J. Richardson and records of the Con Athletic Association. The photographs come from a 1950 report produced by the Northern Transportation Company (NTCL) and document Northern Transportation Company Ltd. (NTCL) 'Radium' line vessels, barges and transportation activities at Waterways, Bell Rock and in the Great Bear Lake Region.

Northwest Territories. Council of the Northwest Territories

The records detail the regular and special meetings of the Council of the Northwest Territories from 1921 to 1951 (sessions 1 to 201). There are several parallel series containing minutes, agendas, and attachments, including reports, Orders in Council and Ordinances, correspondence, and occasionally photographs or maps, relating to the agenda items. products of meetings (Orders in Council, Ordinances) of the NWT Council. The first series contains the "official" set of files, including signed minutes for most meetings. Other record sets that cover some the same meetings, but may include different and more attachments, are found in the second and third series: Records of Council Members and Secretary's Files and Session Papers. The Records of Council Members series also includes records of the Advisory Board on Mining Regulations (1922-30). The last two series contain Ordinances and Orders in Council related to the Northwest Territories and associated indices.

Northwest Territories. Department of Resources, Wildlife and Natural Resources. Wildlife and Fisheries division

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.

Northwest Territories. Department of Renewable Resources

This accession consists of trapping records from the Fur Licencing System of the Department of Renewable Resources. The files are all for the 1989 licence year and are divided by community, including Lutselk'e, Hay River, Kakisa Lake, Fort Resolution, and Fort Providence. There are pages for each trapper showing name, settlement number, licence number, fur types, quantity and price, and grants and subsidies. Overall pages showing community totals and some cheque requisitions for incentive grants are also included.

Northwest Territories. Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment. Industrial Initiatives Division

The accession consists of records from the Industrial Initiatives Division of the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment relating to the negotiation of a socio-economic agreement for the Mackenzie Gas Project in 2006. The records include The Government of the Northwest Territories General Submission to the Joint Review Panel on the Mackenzie Gas Project, responses to JRP Intervenor Requests for Information, socio-economic agreement drafts and terms, draft memorandum of intent and memorandum of understanding, information items and updates, presentation slides, and other related records.

Henry Busse

The images are of aboriginal men, women and children, primarily from the Eastern Arctic. These items appear to have originated with the Museum of the North and were provided by an anonymous donor.

Henry Busse

The accession encompasses Hans Heinrich Maximilian (Henry) Busse's professional photographic work.

7912 images have been given full item description. Of these, the stock file consists of 4909 images that Busse may have considered important or saleable and these were arranged alphabetically by subject by the Museum of the North. Images in the stock file feature a wide range of subjects including animals, boats, bush pilots, aircraft, Dene, Inuit, and mining operations. There are also images of Coppermine (Kugluktuk), Cambridge Bay, Port Radium, Eskimo Point (Arviat), Fort Rae (Behchoko), Lac la Martre (Whati), Hay River, Fort Smith, Fort Resolution, Fort Reliance, Yellowknife and Aklavik. Another 3000 images have been selected from the entire collection and given full item description. Additional subject matter includes Yellowknife social events, weddings, sports teams and games, church activities, Yellowknife businesses, and school events.

The bulk of the photographic material remains as Busse left it, as photo order envelopes. These images have been rehoused, noting any information on the original envelope, and describing the number and content of the images. A large proportion of these images are studio portraits of Yellowknife residents.
The textual material consists mainly of correspondence from Busse's customers found in the photo order envelopes, as well as three certificates for photograph contest awards from 1958-1960.

Northwest Territories. Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment. Minerals, Oil and Gas Division

The accession consists of records from the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Division of the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (previously they Minerals Division of the Department of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources and the Minerals, Oil and Gas Division of the Department of Resources, Wildlife, and Economic Development). The records include agreements with TransCanada Pipelines, the Government of Alberta, and the federal government. The records also include meeting materials for the Deputy Ministers' Pipeline Steering Committee, Managing This Land, the Mackenzie Gas Advisory Group, Deputy Ministers' Economic and Employment Development Committee, Diamond Review Committee, and the NWT Geoscience Office Joint Advisory Committee. Finally, the records also include publications of the division, including Canada's Northwest Territories Exploring Our Potential, Northwest Territories Economic, Framework Sector Profile Oil & Gas (draft), Diamonds and the Northwest Territories, Canada, 1997 and 2007 editions of A Guide to Mineral Deposits of the Northwest Territories, and Mining and Exploration Northwest Territories 2007 Overview.

Northwest Territories. Department of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources. Minerals Development division

Maxine Colbourne

  • N-2021-006
  • Accession
  • 1959-1973

Records include photographs taken by Maxine Colbourne during her time as a teacher in Aklavik and Inuvik, documenting Christmas celebrations, domestic scenes, her students and classrooms, outdoor activities (picnics, boat rides, sledding), views of buildings in Aklavik and Inuvik, and social and cultural activities (curling, dances, festivals and parades). Many of the images feature children who were likely her students. Also included are photographs of Daniel Norris, a 1963 trip to Fairbanks, Alaska for a curling tournament, visits to Duck Lake Reserve (possibly Beardy's and Okemasis Cree Nation, Duck Lake, Saskatchewan) in 1961 and 1964, a visit to Yellowknife, photographs of her young sons, and photographs from her time teaching. The photographs also document her classroom and students at Lower Post Residential School in British Columbia in 1968.

Colbourne, Maxine

Bern Will Brown

Records document dog teams, life at Colville Lake, Fort McMurray (in Alberta), Aklavik, Husky Lakes, Whitefish Station, Tulita (Fort Norman), Nahanni Butte, Fort Simpson, Bern Will Brown, various Catholic priests and bishops, fishing, children at play, aircraft, construction of the mission, reindeer, whaling, trapping, hunting, church services, many local families including: Kochon, Codzi, Masuzumi, Cotchilly, Oudzi and political visitors such as Governors-General.

Richard Finnie

Records include 197 black and white photographs taken by Finnie between 1939 and 1946 that feature people and scenes of Yellowknife, Fort Rae, Aklavik, Fort Norman, Norman Wells, Fort Smith, and the Canol Project. The accession also contains a photograph album containing 142 colour prints titled "Canol: The Authors Photographic Post Mortem" which was put together by Finnie from photos of his 1977 tour of the remains of the Canol project. The films in this accession are: "In the Shadow of the Pole" (1928); "The Arctic Patrol" (1929); "Among the Igloo Dwellers" (1930-31); "Ikpuck, The Igloo Dweller" (highlights from "Among the Igloo Dwellers"); "Patrol to the Northwest Passage" (1937); "The Dogrib Treaty" (1939); and "Canol" (1946?). The first two films listed cover the Eastern Arctic voyages of the "Beothic" (ship), and the next two focus on the Copper Inuit. "Patrol to the Northwest Passage" depicts the meeting of the "Nascopie" (ship) and "Aklavik" (ship). There are copies of all the films on Umatic videocassette and copies on Betacam videocassette for "The Igloo Dweller", "The Dogrib Treaty" and "Canol". The sound recordings are of Trevor Lloyd interviewing Henry Larsen and Vilhalmjur Stefansson in 1962, E.M. Weyer interviewing Stefansson in 1955 and the soundtrack from the 1962 National Film Board film "Stefansson the Arctic Prophet."

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