8 record(s) found with the tag "heritage sites" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Devon Tuk 2 Gas Development 2006 Field Assessment Program
Principal Investigator: Chiperzak, Doug
Licenced Year(s): 2006
Summary: Biophysical and heritage resource surveys will take place in late summer and fall, and contribute to the assessment of a potential development projects (the Tuk 2 M-18 well site and connecting pipeline to Parsons Lake and the Mackenzie Gas Pipeline) located in the Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula, about 12 km southeast of Tuktoyaktuk and 125 km northeast of Inuvik. The field assessment will involve four s...


Documenting the Cultural Values of Ts'ude'hliline-Tuyetah
Principal Investigator: Geirholm, Sara M
Licenced Year(s): 2006
Summary: Ducks Unlimited Canada and the Community of Fort Good Hope have been working together for the past five years to achieve protected area status for Ts'ude'hliline-Tuyetah, a 14,907 km² area bordered on the east by the Mackenzie River and on the west by the Gwich’in Settlement Area boundary. This area was first identified in the Sahtu Land Use Planning process and by the Sahtu Heritage Places and Si...


Tuktoyaktuk Traditional Knowledge Project
Principal Investigator: Hart, Elisa J.
Licenced Year(s): 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991
Summary: The researchers will complete the last steps of a research project that began in 1991. This will include reading over compiled information with elders for verification; flying along the coastline with elders to help verify locations of places that there is some confusion over and record their coordinates with a GPS; and setting down at sites that elders suggest to talk a bit more about the histor...


Origins, development and future of World Heritage in Canada
Principal Investigator: Elliot, Nancy
Licenced Year(s): 1994 1993
Summary: The researcher will examine the potential impact that `international' status may have on the proposed North Baffin Island National Park. The area has been identified as one of the most productive arctic ecosystems in the circumpolar north. With the new emergence of a new national park and Nunavut, opportunity exists to examine the potential impact of a `World Heritage Site' designation on the pa...


A study of Gwich'in place names in the Gwich'in Settlement Area
Principal Investigator: Andre, Alestine
Licenced Year(s): 1993
Summary: The proposed research project will involve a one-week trip up the Arctic Red River. Two Elders along with the researcher team will travel by boat up the river with two river guides. Elders will assist in the location and interpretation of traditional sites, place names and other significant features. A one-week visit will also be made to Fort McPherson and Aklavik by the researchers in order to...


Park-Aboriginal relations in Canada's north
Principal Investigator: Sampson, Patrick
Licenced Year(s): 1993
Summary: In this study, Native concerns will be documented by collecting available literature and interviewing Auyuittuk National Park staff and residents of Pangnirtung. Questions to be asked will focus on the residents' feelings towards the Park, including how and why they like or dislike the Park as they relate to: economic benefits; tourists; protection of local resources as part of the Park; and resi...


Survey of Inuvialuit heritage sites located within the Mackenzie Delta region
Principal Investigator: Lennie, Naudia
Licenced Year(s): 1993
Summary: The researcher and guide/translator will travel the Mackenzie Delta regions of Thrasher Channel, Napoiak, Big Jim Channel and Horseshoe Bend to find the locations of camp and hunting sites, as well as cabins and legendary sites, that may be important to Inuvialuit history. Traditional place names and land use will also be recorded. Information will be obtained from elders who are living out on t...


Heritage Training Needs Analysis
Principal Investigator: Riley, Toni
Licenced Year(s): 1992 1991
Summary: The Researchers will assess the needs of heritage staff and volunteers throughout the NWT. Target groups include participants who have attended Northern Heritage Centre workshops and those actively working in the heritage field such as community historical societies, libraries, cultural centres and local museum projects....


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