Service Directory

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-873-7551 Website

Acquires museum objects and archival materials that represent the cultures and history of the NWT and also documents and provides information about the cultures and history of the NWT. Provides public exhibits and galleries, education and public programs.

Businesses, Individuals, Organizations Email 867-873-7399 Website

A valid permit is required before starting work on any type of electrical or electronic installation in the Northwest Territories.

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-873-7668 Website

Acquires objects, specimens and works of art that represent all cultures of the Northwest Territories and provides for the repository, and management, of archaeological collections made under NWT Archaeological Sites Regulations.

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-873-7698 Website

Produce copies of historical records in the NWT Archives Collection.

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-873-7698 Website

Archives staff answer questions related to the history of the NWT or assist researchers in accessing historical records.

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-920-6232

Education Operations Development accepts queries in relation to the data collected, compiled and analyzed for the 'Towards Excellence' publication.

Individuals, Organizations Email 867-874-2084 Website

Provides NWT Teaching Certificates to new teachers in the NWT and certificate renewal for term and indeterminate teachers.

Individuals, Organizations Email 1-867-920-8939

Provides registration for adults in the NWT who wish to complete their Graduate Equivalency Diploma requirements and examinations.

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-873-7675 Website

Licenses, monitors and provides program development support funding to early childhood programs.

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-872-7737 Website

Authorizes the holder to cut a maximum of 60 cubic metres of fuelwood, building logs, transplants (maximum of 20 trees), fence posts, or timber in a given area during a period of up to one year.

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