The North

The Region

North Circumpolar Region (2017)

This bilingual map from the Atlas of Canada (Reference Map MCR0001) shows the geography of the northern circumpolar region, north of approximately 55 degrees, at a scale of 1:9 000 000.

Static map

Static map

Northwest Territories – Lands related to Indigenous Groups

This map is a reference tool intended to help representatives from governments, Indigenous organizations, industry, regulatory bodies, as well as any other interested person, understand Indigenous rights and interests in the Northwest Territories.

Interactive map, static map

Interactive map

Static map

Environment

Northern Oil and Gas Dispositions

The Northern Oil and Gas Disposition maps display all current dispositions of oil and gas rights. Maps are also available for current and former call cycles, including calls for nominations, calls for bids and call results.

Interactive map, static maps

Interactive map

Static maps

  • Beaufort Sea (789 KB PDF) (8.5 inches by 11 inches or 21.59 centimeters by 43.18 centimeters)
  • Eastern Arctic (1,552 KB PDF) (8.5 inches by 11 inches or 21.59 centimeters by 43.18 centimeters)
  • High Arctic (984 KB PDF) (8.5 inches by 11 inches or 21.59 centimeters by 43.18 centimeters)

Northwest Territories – Contaminated sites

These maps show the locations of contaminated and remediated sites (including the remediation status) in the Northwest Territories. The Story Maps explore the sites' history and use in greater detail.

Interactive map, story map and static map

Interactive map

Story map

Static map

  • Contaminated sites (2,931 KB PDF) (11 inches by 17 inches or 27.94 centimeters by 43.18 centimeters)

Natural Resources

Northwest Territories – Federal Mineral and Land Tenure

This map shows mineral and land tenure on federal or crown lands, as well as oil and gas rights and Indigenous and Inuit owned lands.

Interactive map

Interactive map

Note: It is possible to view Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) layers related to land/mineral tenure within the NT GeoViewer. To do so, use the "Add/Remove Layer(s)" button and add the "Available Layers", GNWT Planning Cadastre (for land tenure) and/or GNWT Economy (for mineral tenure).

Nunavut – Map Viewer

This map viewer displays the mineral rights spatial data that is maintained by Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC) as well as several datasets prepared and maintained by other data custodians that are useful to CIRNAC clients.

Interactive map, data

Interactive map

Information on mineral rights is updated as applications are received and processed in the Mining Recorder's Office.

Data

 

Indigenous mining agreements

Over the last few decades, Aboriginal-industry relationships and partnerships have evolved tremendously through the conclusion of various types of agreements related to mine development that have proven to be successful in securing benefits for many Indigenous communities.

Interactive map, data

Interactive map

This interactive map, developed in partnership with Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada, shows where these agreements are taking place across the country and provides specific information on exploration projects and mines, Indigenous communities, and the types of agreements signed between communities and mining companies.

Data

Food and nutrition

Nutrition North Canada

Nutrition North Canada (NNC) is a Government of Canada program that helps make nutritious food and some essential items more affordable and more accessible.

Interactive map, static maps

More information on Nutrition North Canada

Interactive map

Static maps

  • Map of Canada
    • Wall size (6,512 KB PDF) (24 inches by 30 inches or 60.96 centimeters by 76.2 centimeters)
  • Letter size
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