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Individuals Courriel 1-867-767-9161 ext. 21026 Site Web

Community fire fighters and fire departments play an essential role in protecting NWT residents and communities.

Businesses, Individuals, Organizations Courriel 1-867-767-9161 ext. 21026 Site Web

The Office of the Fire Marshal may perform fire inspections on structures in the Northwest Territories from time to time.

Businesses, Individuals, Organizations Courriel 1-867-767-9161 ext. 21028 Site Web

Plan review for every construction or renovation project, including a change of occupancy from one type of use to another.

Individuals Courriel 1-867-767-9164 ext. 21068 Site Web

The Senior Citizens' and Disabled Persons' Property Tax Relief is a program that helps seniors and people with disabilities pay less or no property tax.

Businesses, Individuals, Organizations Courriel Site Web

The holder of a special wildlife export permit
is entitled to export the wildlife specified in the permit.

More information is available in the plain language version of the updated Wildlife Act. http://www.enr.gov.nt.ca/file/3407

Permits are available from ENR local and regional offices.

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The holder of a wildlife management permit is
entitled to conduct activity in the interest of wildlife management that is otherwise prohibited by the Act or the regulations made under the Act.

Individuals Courriel 1-867-767-9232 ext. 53050 Site Web

The holder of a registered group trapping area licence is entitled exclusively to hunt fur-bearing animals in the wildlife management area specified on the licence, the right belonging to the group named in the licence.

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The holder of a special trapping licence is
entitled to trap fur-bearing animals.

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The holder of a game farm licence is entitled to operate a business of keeping live game of the species specified in the licence, for the purposes of propagation, sale, profit or display.

Individuals Courriel 1-867-767-9237 ext. 53219 Site Web

The holder of a border licence A is entitled to hunt game, subject to hunting regulations made under the Wildlife Act, in the area set out in Schedule A.

For example, The Superintendent may issue a border licence A to an applicant who lives in the northern half of Saskatchewan or Manitoba and depends on hunting in the Territories for a livelihood.

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