Programs and Services
Programs and services to support NWT trappers and harvesters.
Apply for a summer outdoor environmental education program.
The GNWT is working to identify and address the root causes of unauthorized occupation in the Northwest Territories.
This Zone has been implemented to let hunters know where harvesting of Bathurst Caribou is prohibited.
Programs to reduce, reuse, recycle and recover waste products/materials across the NWT.
Information about water stewardship, regulatory responsibilities,water monitoring and assessment, transboundary water agreements.
The deadline to provide comment on this engagement has passed. Check back soon for results.
Information about wildfire management in the NWT.
Information about wildfire prevention and safety in the NWT.
Information about current wildfire conditions.
Information about new regulations to protect wildlife in the Northwest Territories.
Information about how to spot wildlife diseases, precautions if you shoot a diseased animal and how to collect samples.
The responsibility for wildlife management is shared between governments, users and renewable resource boards.
How to determine if a Wildlife Management and Monitoring Plan is required for a project and how to prepare it.
Have Your Say - Public Engagement of Wildlife Management and Monitoring Plans for Diavik Mine and Snap Lake closure.
Important information for making your wildlife encounters safe and respectful.
Information about description, distribution, habitat and status of wolverine in the Northwest Territories.
Information about description, distribution, types, harvest and social structure of wolves in the Northwest Territories.