Programs and Services

Select a type to filter.
Choose a category to filter
Information on permits required to pesticide use in the NWT.
Information about description, distribution, habitat and status of polar bears in the Northwest Territories.
Information about policies enacted by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
Information about description, distribution, habitat and diseases of the red fox in the Northwest Territories.
Register your used oil burner and apply to incinerate waste fuel.
Information about how to conduct research, view, share and collect data, and the importance of traditional knowledge when conducti
reusable bag
A program encouraging residents to use reusable bags instead of purchasing paper or plastic bags from retailers for 25¢.
Information about small mammals and hare cycles, surveys, protocols, agencies involved and how you can get involved.
A service to measure the volume of snow at the end of a season for flood monitoring, forest-fire prediction and research purposes.
Whooping Crane
Information about species at risk in Canada, our responsibility, the federal and territorial Species at Risk acts and stewardship.
Information about reporting hazardous spills, spills database and residential oil tanks.
The Summary of Hunting Regulations (Hunting Guide) provides a summary of current hunting regulations in the NWT.
Analytical NWT laboratory performing chemical analyses on water and soil, also provides public education and scientific training.
Program for school-aged youth to learn about the traditional practices of hunting, trapping, fishing and outdoor survival.
Information about permits and licences required to conduct timber operations and activities in the NWT.
Information about obligations under the Traditional Knowledge Policy and Implementation Framework.
Programs and services to support NWT trappers and harvesters.
A summer outdoor environmental education program for high school students and teachers in the Northwest Territories.