Programs and Services

Information about monitoring and the development of a regulatory framework for air quality in the Northwest Territories.
Information on management, distribution and reporting a sighting of amphibians and reptiles in the NWT.
Information about permits required if are lighting a fire outside of municipal limits for anything other than cooking food or warming yourself.
Information on getting a fishing licence in the Northwest Territories.
Information for hunters including how to get a licence, equipment standards, harvesting in land claim areas.
Funding program providing annual funding assistance through the Community Harvesters Assistance Program (CHAP).
NWT CIMP coordinates conducts and funds research and reporting about the environment in the NWT.
Funding and compensation for hunters and trappers in the event of a natural disaster.
A funding program for Aboriginal communities in unsettled claim areas to participate in land and resource management activities.
Information on permits required to pesticide use in the NWT.
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 how to apply and what is required to apply for funding under the the Waste Reduction and Recycling Initiative .
Information about licences and permits required in the Northwest Territories (NWT) for wildlife-related businesses.
All research in the Northwest Territories (NWT) must be licensed.
Information for anyone researching, observing or handling wildlife in the NWT, including permits, forms and how to apply.
A summer outdoor environmental education program for high school students and teachers in the Northwest Territories.
Information about description, distribution, harvest and diseases of the Arctic Fox in the Northwest Territories.