Resources

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NWT Water Stewardship: A Plan for Action 2011-2015

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January 2011
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Publications
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This made-in-the-North Strategy will guide the effective long-term stewardship of our water resources. The Strategy’s development process has been led by a committee of Aboriginal and government representatives that have worked hard to ensure the voices of NWT residents have been heard on issues related to ecosystem health, sustainable development and the socio-cultural importance of water.

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May 2010
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Publications
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File
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Enhancing Community-based Aquatic Monitoring Workshops - Dettah 2010 Workshop Report

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May 2010
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Publications
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August 2009 Rosenberg International Forum on Water Policy to the Government of the Northwest Territories (Report)

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August 2009
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Publications
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May 21, 2009 Strengthening Relationships (Draft workshop report)

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May 2009
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Publications
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March 12-13, 2009 Information Needs (Draft workshop report and Appendix)

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March 2009
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Publications
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File
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March 4-5, 2009 Role of Traditional Knowledge (Summary notes)

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March 2009
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Publications
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7th Floor NWTel (pdf/281.83 KB)

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This is the floor plan

Publication date: 
October 1967
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Maps
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7th Floor NWTel (pdf/281.83 KB)

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With the NWT Ecosystem Classification Photo Map you can view the thousands of photographs collected as part of the NWT Ecosystem Classification program, visually documenting the NWT landscape.

  • Photos taken along the displayed flight lines are viewable by zooming in to a minimum scale of 1:1,000,000 then hovering over a photo point to pop-up the image(s) at that location. Once zoomed in, the flight lines turn off and the photo points become visible.
  • You can also generate reports of a selected photo(s) and its attributes by using the 'Create a Photo Summary Report'. Use the drawing tools to make a selection.
  • Both map viewers can be launched in a web browser.
  • The browser requires Silverlight 4.0 plug-in and minimum screen resolution of 1024x768.
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Maps
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Link
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Calendar 2014- NWT Community-Based Water Monitoring - Part 2

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Publications
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File
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June 15-16, 2009 Science in the Changing North (Conference report)

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Publications
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File
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This map includes all watersheds of the Northwest Territories (NWT) to the sub-basin level. The Mackenzie River Basin, Canada’s largest river basin, is highlighted along with its sub-basins. Also shows the established and candidate protected areas in the sub-basins of the NWT.

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Maps
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File

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