Resources

Publication date: 
July 2015
Resource Category: 
Electrical and Elevators
Resource Type: 
Forms
Type of resourse: 
File
Description: 
The following business case presents an opportunity for Canada and the GNWT to further collaborate in the construction of a 321 kilometre section of highway from Wrigley to Norman Wells in the Central Mackenzie Valley. The Project would further assert Canadian sovereignty in the North by providing reliable access into a relatively isolated region of the territory, incentivizing resource exploration and development of the rich petroleum reserves of the region, and promoting social and economic opportunities for residents of the NWT and Canada. It is estimated that 14,082 jobs within the NWT and the rest of Canada will be created during the construction phase of the project, while 161 long-term jobs are expected to be created for the operation and maintenance phase.
Publication date: 
July 2015
Resource Category: 
Mackenzie Valley Highway
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File
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June 2015
Resource Category: 
Granular Program
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Reports, Plans and Studies
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File
Description: 
PWS Energy Conservation Projects Annual Report 2014-2015
Publication date: 
June 2015
Resource Category: 
Energy
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File
Description: 
Response to Energy Charrette
Publication date: 
June 2015
Resource Category: 
Energy, Energy Strategy Engagement References
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File
Response to Energy Charrette
Description: 
The purpose of the NWT Road Safety Plan (RSP) is to guide the department’s road safety programs over the next four years in a manner that is collaborative, structured, and focused on the goal of reducing fatalities and injuries on our community roads, winter roads, ice crossings, highways, and trails.
Publication date: 
June 2015
Resource Category: 
Strategic Planning
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File
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June 2015
Resource Category: 
Procurement
Resource Type: 
Forms
Type of resourse: 
File
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May 2015
Resource Category: 
Electrical and Elevators
Resource Type: 
Forms
Type of resourse: 
File
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May 2015
Resource Category: 
Boilers and Pressure Vessels
Resource Type: 
Forms
Type of resourse: 
File
Publication date: 
May 2015
Resource Category: 
Records
Resource Type: 
Procedures
Type of resourse: 
File

2015 Gas Protection Fees (pdf/34.06 KB)

Description: 
2015 Gas Protection Fees
Publication date: 
April 2015
Resource Category: 
Gas Protection
Resource Type: 
Guides
Type of resourse: 
File

2015 Gas Protection Fees (pdf/34.06 KB)

Publication date: 
April 2015
Resource Category: 
Boilers and Pressure Vessels
Resource Type: 
Forms
Type of resourse: 
File
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March 2015
Resource Category: 
Granular Program
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File
Publication date: 
February 2015
Resource Category: 
Procurement
Resource Type: 
Forms
Type of resourse: 
File
Description: 
This report summarizes what was heard during the 2014 public engagement process regarding the Department of Transportation's 25-year strategy.
Publication date: 
February 2015
Resource Category: 
Strategic Planning
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File
Description: 
The NWT Transportation Report Card is intended to provide a statistical benchmark of progress achieved and an evaluation framework to measure future progress.
Publication date: 
January 2015
Resource Category: 
Strategic Planning
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File
Description: 
The Northwest Territories Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act (1990), which is the territorial complement of the federal Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, came into effect on August 1, 1991. The Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations were first amended on August 15, 2002 to meet clear language requirements. Where the federal legislation applies to the transportation modes subject to its jurisdiction (i.e., air, marine, rail and road transport), the territorial Act applies to road transport operations. In the interests of consistency and national uniformity, the territorial Act references the federal regulations pursuant to the federal Act. In this way, dangerous goods moving in Canada from one mode of transportation to another and/or between jurisdictions are always subject to the same regulations.
Publication date: 
January 2015
Resource Category: 
Strategic Planning
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File
Description: 
This document is produced by the Department of Transportation of the Government of the Northwest Territories. It is published in booklet form to provide a comprehensive and easy to carry reference for field staff involved in the construction and maintenance of winter roads, ice roads, and ice bridges.
Publication date: 
January 2015
Resource Category: 
Environment, Highways and Ferries
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File

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