Service Directory

Individuals Email 1-867-767-9251 Website

The Coroner's Service of the Northwest Territories is responsible for the investigation of all sudden, unexpected deaths. For emergencies, please call 1-867-873-7460.

Individuals Email 1-867-767-9261 Website

Victim Services provides assistance and support for victims of crime and tragedy.

Individuals Email 1-867-767-9361 Website

The Legal Services Board provides legal advice and legal representation to people who cannot afford to pay for such services. Aid is provided if an individual is financially eligible.

Businesses, Individuals, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9302 / 1-877-743-3301 Website

The Land Titles Office examines and registers a variety of documents including transfers of ownership, mortgages, leases, easements, caveats, powers of attorney, writs of execution, mechanics' liens, plans of survey and condominium documents and plans.

Businesses, Individuals, Organizations Email 1-867-920-8617 Website

The NWT Court Library System was established primarily to provide legal resource materials to the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and Territorial Court of the Northwest Territories.

Businesses, Individuals, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9304 / 1-877-743-3302 Website

Corporate Registries is responsible for the incorporation of businesses, societies and co-operative associations; the registration of companies incorporated in other jurisdictions but carrying on business in the Northwest Territories; and the registration of partnerships, sole proprietorships and certain business names.

Businesses, Individuals Email 1-867-767-9305 Website

The Securities Office serves as a gatekeeper for firms and their representatives wishing to sell securities to the public.

Businesses, Individuals, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9256 Website

The Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act gives individuals a legal right to request access to information held by Northwest Territories public bodies.

Individuals Email 1-867-767-9361/toll-free 1-844-835-8050 Website

In the Northwest Territories, court workers help people who come into contact with the justice system. Their primary duty is to help clients apply for legal aid and ensure that applications and supporting documentation are provided to the Legal Aid office.

Individuals Email 1-867-873-7424 Website

Parenting After Separation is a workshop that helps make the transition through separation or divorce easier for both children and parents.

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