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The holder of a border licence A is entitled to hunt game, subject to hunting regulations made under the Wildlife Act, in the area set out in Schedule A.
For example, The Superintendent may issue a border licence A to an applicant who lives in the northern half of Saskatchewan or Manitoba and depends on hunting in the Territories for a livelihood.
The holder of a border licence B is entitled to hunt game, subject to hunting regulations made under the Wildlife Act, in the area set out in Schedule A.
For example, the Superintendent may issue a border licence B to an applicant who lives in, or in the immediate vicinity of Fort Chipewyan, Alberta and depends on hunting barren-ground caribou as a means of providing food for his or her family or himself or herself.
The holder of a hunting licence is entitled to
hunt big game of the species permitted by a wildlife tag
or small game authorization.
More detailed information can be found at: http://www.enr.gov.nt.ca/node/3004
Licences and tags may be purchased from most ENR offices in the NWT. Licences and tags are issued for one year starting July 1 and ending June 30. The licence is valid for a species only during an open season for that species.
Return your rinsed beverage containers (this includes water, juice, milk and liquid milk products, soft drinks, energy drinks, and alcohol) to your local bottle depot for cash.
A Hazardous Waste Movement Documents (waste manifest) must be filled out when waste is being moved from one location to another, regardless of the means of transport.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events are held twice a year in various regional centres including Yellowknife, Hay River and Fort Smith.
Watch for your local household hazardous waste collection event to bring items like paint, propane tanks, batteries, household cleaners, aerosols, oils/fuels, fluorescent bulbs, thermostats, pesticides and electronic waste for proper disposal for free.