A Territorial Historic Site designation is a commemorative assignment that carries no legal or landownership changes. The designation documents the heritage of these places for present and future generations to enjoy.
Provides financial assistance, through an annual application process, to individuals and organizations involved in the creation, preservation, promotion and enhancement of the arts, cultures, heritage and languages of the Northwest Territories.
All Qualified Electrical Workers, Electronic Technicians and Elevator Constructors must be registered under the Electrical Protection Act.
Administers funding programs under the Cultural Contributions Policy and coordinates a full range of professional services related to arts, cultural, and heritage activities. Activities include providing planning assistance to organizations, workshops and training opportunities, and advice to individuals.
All welders must have a valid Northwest Territories Welding Performance Qualification Card. It is valid for 24 months from the day issued, unless the Chief Inspector grants an extension (up to 6 more months).
The Boilers and Pressure Vessels Act and Regulations requires every boiler and/or pressure vessel installed for use in the Northwest Territories be registered and have an operating certificate.
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.