Service Directory

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

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email Website

License to fish in the NWT.
Locations to get a Sport Fishing Licence: http://www.enr.gov.nt.ca/file/3366

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9236 ext. 53176 Website

A permit is required to use pesticides anywhere in the NWT. Contact your local or regional ENR office for a pesticide permit.

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9186 ext. 24166 Website

Provides a web map viewer of publicly available data sets on behalf of the Government of the Northwest Territories.

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9186 ext. 24166 Website

Provides access to or location of publicly available PDFs of existing maps via the Data/Maps section of the Centre's website.

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9186 ext. 24166 Website

Provides access to or location of GNWT and non-GNWT digital data and finished products (maps) via Data>FAQ section of the website

Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9186 ext. 24183 Website

Provides (after login) access to or location of GNWT Datasets via the Data/Download GNWT Datasets section of the website.

Businesses, Individuals, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9233 ext. 53080 Website

Provides a web portal as a centralized source for NWT environmental monitoring knowledge. It was created to provide a common and primary source for discovering, storing and sharing environmental monitoring knowledge.

Businesses, Individuals Email 867-767-9236 ext. 53192 Website

All paper, plastic and biodegradable bags cost 25 cents in all NWT stores.

The program addresses the millions of disposable shopping bags that cause unsightly litter in our communities and on the land.

Businesses, Individuals, Organizations Email 1-867-767-9236 ext. 53176 Website

A database of hazardous material spills reported to the Northwest Territories Spill Line keeps a record of all spills. Each reported spill is assigned a unique number that identifies the year the spill occurred, and a sequential number.

Contact ENR to obtain access to the database.

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