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The following inventory of all known Scouting artifacts from the NWT makes no claim as to being the complete and final listing. Any additions and corrections are welcome and will be gratefully acknowledged. Scans of any missing items would also be greatly appreciated.

Badge descriptions are from The Canadian Badgers Club Catalog, corrected where necessary. All unlisted badges are described using the same criteria.

Items highlighted in red are either on scouteralf's wantlist or for completion of Council's collection. If you would like to sell or trade, please email me.

8th World Jamboree, Canada 1955:

  World Jamboree Official Necker.

Signed by members of the 5th Alberta Troop which included Scouts from Aklavik, NWT. These signatures were then embroidered over by hand.

Chuck Cripps (the Aklavik Scout Leader) believed that this necker had been lost years ago, but it was recently found in the NWT and Nunavut Scout Council files in Yellowknife.

Arctic and Northern Jamboree, Yellowknife 1968:

  Aquatic Champion. (unlisted) Silk screened, Circular 120mm dia; "AQUATIC CHAMPION ARCTIC & NORTHERN JAMBOREE YELLOWKNIFE 1968"

Manufactured by McGregor Products Ltd, Edmonton
Print Run: unknowm
  Appreciation Certificate.

This certificate was presented to Barbara Bromley, who organized the Medical Services for the Arctic and Northern Jamboree. The Bromley house also served as a drop in center for the Jamboree staffers.
  Badge. Version ALTA Jam 10a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "ARCTIC & NORTHERN SCOUT JAMBOREE YELLOWKNIFE N.W.T. 1968".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: unknown

This is considered an Alberta badge by the Canadian Badgers Club because the Alberta Council was overseeing Scouting activities in the Northwest Territories at this point in time.
  Coin 5¢
Issued a both a souvenir and for purchases at the Jamboree canteen.
  Ecumenical Service Pamphlet
  Envelope: Type A (1st Day of Issue Cancellation)
  Envelope: Type B (1st Day of Issue Cancellation)
  Envelope: Type C (large, no cancellation)
  Handbook
  Metal stamp for leatherwork manufactured by Tandy Leather
  Necker. Each Jamboree participant was issued a necker as part of their official uniform for the event.
 Necker Slide.
  News North Jamboree Supplement (2)
   Leather Plaque available at the Tandy Leather craft area.
  Postal Cancellation Stamp
Program Button: "I've Been North of 60". 
  Rubber Stamp
  T-shirt
Thanks Paperweight

(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Time Magazine Article: August 16, 1968
  Touque with touque badge ALTA Jam 10/1a. Necker. Each Jamboree participant was issued a touque as part of their official uniform for the event.
  Touque Badge. Version ALTA Jam 10/1a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular, Unnamed; Polar bear & "1968".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: unknown
  Wallet Kit available at the Tandy Leather craft area.

Great Slave District Jamboree, Fort Smith 1969:

Badge. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "GREAT SLAVE LAKE N.W.T."; Variations in diameter from 72mm to 78mm. Later re-issued as the Great Slave District badge NWT G2a. (This may explain the size variation)


Manufactured by Grant Emblems
Print Run: unknown
Hat

Mackenzie Delta District Jamboree, Inuvik 1969:

Badge. (unlisted) Swiss embroidered on felt, Cut edge, Circular 55mm dia; "MACKENZIE DELTA DISTRICT JAMBOREE INUVIK N.W.T. 1969"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Postcard: "Polar Jamboree" Cancellation
Rubber Stamp

NWT Centennial 1970:



Northwest Territories Centennial Scout Badge. Version Misc 2a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES CENTENNIAL 1970".

The theme of the Centennial celebration was "Unity" and the symbol of three parka clad figures was chosen to represent that unity. The three figures represented the three geographical regions of the NWT; Franklin, Keewatin and Baffin as well as the three representative peoples; Indians, Inuit and "other".

A special Scouting badge was issued in commemoration of the Centennial and was worn on the uniform during the year. Esssentially identical to the official NWT Centennial badge, which was white with blue lettering, the Scouting badge included the Scout fleur de lis and was green with yellow lettering. This was the first time the current Scouting symbol for the NWT, the Unity symbol, was used on a Scout badge.

Badge from Centennial design
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: unknown

2nd Arctic and Northern Jamboree, Churchill 1970:

Archery Champion, gold border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong 110mm x 50mm; "ARCHERY CHAMPION 2ND ARCTIC JAMBOREE CHURCHILL 1970"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
Archery Champion, silver border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Archery Champion, bronze border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
Athletics Champion, gold border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong 110mm x 50mm; "ATHLETICS CHAMPION 2ND ARCTIC JAMBOREE CHURCHILL 1970"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Athletics Champion, silver border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Athletics Champion, bronze border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
BC Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 75mm x 100mm; "B.C. CONTINGENT 2ND ARCTIC JAMBOREE CHURCHILL MANITOBA 1970"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Camp Nanuk. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular;
"CAMP NANUK CHURCHILL DISTRICT (MAN)"

To the best of my knowlege, Camp Nanuk was not an official Scout Camp.
I assume that these badges were produced specifically for the event.

Manufactured by ?
Print Run: unknown
Centennial Award. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong 110mm x 50mm; "CENTENNIAL AWARD 2ND ARCTIC JAMBOREE CHURCHILL 1970"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: 1220

Centennial Olympics Champion, gold border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong 110mm x 50mm; "CENTENNIAL OLYMPICS CHAMPION 2ND ARCTIC JAMBOREE CHURCHILL 1970"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
Centennial Olympics Champion, silver border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Centennial Olympics Champion, bronze border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Champion Marksman, gold border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong 110mm x 50mm; "CHAMPION MARKSMAN 2ND ARCTIC JAMBOREE CHURCHILL 1970"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
Champion Marksman, silver border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Champion Marksman, bronze border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
Coin 5¢, nickle
Coin $1, bronze
  Coin, Silver
  Coin, Gold
 Decal
Ecumenical Service brochure
Envelope Type A (1st Day of Issue, Churchill Cancellation)
Envelope Type A (1st Day of Issue, Fort Churchill Cancellation)
Envelope: Type B (1st Day of Issue, Churchill Cancellation)
Handicrafts Champion, gold border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong 110mm x 50mm; "HANDICRAFTS CHAMPION 2ND ARCTIC JAMBOREE CHURCHILL 1970"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
Handicrafts Champion, silver border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Handicrafts Champion, bronze border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
Hat
Jamboree Appreciation Certificate
Badge. Version MAN Jam 10/1a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "2ND ARCTIC & NORTHERN JAMBOREE 1970 CHURCHILL".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: unknown
Handbook
Necker. Each Jamboree participant was issued a necker as part of their official uniform for the event.
Necker Slide
Jamboree Pin. MAN Jam 10a. Plastic pin, Circular; "2ND ARCTIC & NORTHERN JAMBOREE 1970 CHURCHILL".

Manufactured by Thomas Hot Stamping, Waterloo
Print Run: ?
Jamboree Pin.
This set of prototype colour discs was supplied by the manufacturer, Thomas Hot Stamping of Waterloo, Ontario for final colour selection of the Jamboree Pin.
Sentinel Magazine Article, Nov - Dec 1970 "Operation Midnight Sun '70" (3)
Staff Badge. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong 110mm x 50mm; "STAFF 2ND ARCTIC JAMBOREE CHURCHILL 1970"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: 300
T-shirt. Each Jamboree participant was issued a t-shirt as part of their official uniform for the event.
Touque with touque badge MAN Jam 10/2a. Each Jamboree participant was issued a touque as part of their official uniform for the event.
Touque Badge. Version MAN Jam 10/2a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular, Unnamed; Three Parka clad figures & "1970" in blue on white background.

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: unknown
Metal Stamp for leatherwork manufactured by Tandy Leather.
Official Opening Brochure
Wind Sash - These sashes were produced by the world reknown Inuit weavers of Pangnirtung especially for Northern Scouts and Scouters. Green and yellow wind sashes were presented to Scouts at the 2nd Arctic and Northern Jamboree.

The sash was officially designated to be part of the NWT Scout uniform and was designed to be an easily identifiable symbol for Northern Scouts when they were dressed in winter clothing. It was to be worn as a belt when in uniform and around the waist on the outside of a parka during outdoor winter activities.
Wind Sash - A small number of maroon and grey wind sashes were presented during the Jamboree. Special presentations were made to 8 Scouters who had given exceptional service to the North on July 9, 1972. The following day four Scouts Aide de Camp to the Royal party also received wind sashes. Jamassie Mike, an ivory carver form Pangnirtung had carved special buckles for the sashes. The Scouter sashes had an ivory Scout symbol on each end, and the Aide de Camps had a Scout Symbol at one end and a bird in flight at the other.

Patrol Feeding Handbook (4)
Presentation Item. (to the Queen?)
Raft Race Champion, gold border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong 110mm x 50mm; "RAFT RACE CHAMPION 2ND ARCTIC JAMBOREE CHURCHILL 1970"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Raft Race Champion, silver border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
  Raft Race Champion, bronze border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
Raft Race Champion, blue border. (unlisted) as above. 
This version was a manufacturer's sample and only 1 copy exists.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: 1

(scan courtesy Denny May)
Report of Ration Committee (3)
Talent Show Champion, gold border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong 110mm x 50mm; "TALENT SHOW CHAMPION 2ND ARCTIC JAMBOREE CHURCHILL 1970"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Talent Show Champion, silver border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Talent Show Champion, bronze border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
Waterfront Champion, gold border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong 110mm x 50mm; "WATERFRONT CHAMPION 2ND ARCTIC JAMBOREE CHURCHILL 1970"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Waterfront Champion, silver border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
  Waterfront Champion, bronze border. (unlisted) as above.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)

Operation Yucch: 1973

Operation Yucch. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "N.W.T. READY-SCOUT '73 OPERATION YUCCH"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Operation Yucch Poster (as insert in Boreas Vol 2/2 May 1973)

1st NWT Jamboree 1973, Fort Smith:

  Aluminum Trail Markers (Unity Symbol) (9)
  Appreciation Certificate (14)
  BC Contingent. (unlisted) Printed cloth 160mm x 160mm; "1ST NWT JAMBOREE BC CONTINGENT"

(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Badge. Version Jam 1a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "1ST NORTHWEST TERRITORIES JAMBOREE 1973 FORT SMITH".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print Run: 3150
  Envelope: Type A. (Official Cover, 1st Day of Issue Cancellation) The official first day covers were produced by George Wells.
  Envelope: Type B (unofficial version, 1st Day of Issue Cancellation)
  Fort Smith "Pilot" newspaper special Jamboree edition #1
  Fort Smith "Pilot" newspaper special Jamboree edition #2
  Gilwell Reunion. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oval 100mm x 130mm; "1ST NORTHWEST TERRITORIES Jamboree GILWELL REUNION FORT SMITH 1973".


Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print Run: 213
  Handbook
  Headband
  Metal Stamp for leatherwork (large jamboree logo)
  Metal Stamp for leatherwork (small jamboree logo)
  Metal Stamp for leatherwork (unity symbol, 1973)
  NWT Contingent Necker (also NWT Council Necker, worn by Service Scouters)
  Necker
  Necker Slide
  Parka Trim.
3000 yards of parka trim was produced to make into the Jamboree Headbands.
  Participation Certificate (7)
  Patrol Feeding Handbook
  Pin.
Out of 249 pins manufactured, half were produced with a clasp-back, half with a screw-back. An unknown number were made into earrings.
 Pin.
An unknown number of pin blanks were made into thank-you gifts and glued onto angle cut pieces of drill core.


(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Rubber Stamp
  Stamp (for sealing wax?)
  T - shirt.
204 were produced.
  Thank You Gift, large.
(Presented to the Town of Fort Smith).

Recent communications with Fort Smith Town Hall and Northern Lights Museum have indicated that no one currently knows the whereabouts of this item.
  Thank You Gift. Pieces of the Canadian Shield were collected by Yellowknife Venturers under Ken Goldstone and the Jamboree plate was attached by Rev. John Sperry. 75 were given out as Thank You gifts to staff and jamboree helpers.
  Thank You Gift, small unattached plate.
  Totem : thongs, activity beads and bear claw

Beads were given out for the following:
Flat White - Camp Chiefs No Smoking Challenge (1)
Flat Blue - participate in swimming
Flat Yellow - participate in Wood Buffalo Park tour
Flat Green - participate in Orienteering
Flat Pink - participate in Scouting Skills Program
Oval Green - participate in Skillorama
Oval Blue - participate in Athletics Program
Round Green - participate in Archery

Round Red - participate in Rifle Shooting
Round Blue - Running the Obstacle Course
Round Yellow - participate in a hike
Round Black - participate in the Talent Show
Round White - Camp Chiefs No Smoking Challenge (2)
Square Orange - participate in Morning Fitness Workouts on at least 4 mornings
Square Purple - Qualify for a Canada Fitness Award

Round Orange and Round Violet beads were for
special Venturer Challenge activities.


The Jamboree Challenge Bear Claw was given to participants who earned at least ten of the beads.

Totems: 800
Beads: 15,200
Bear Claws: 1001

(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Woodbadge. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oval 100mm x 130mm; "1ST NORTHWEST TERRITORIES Jamboree WOOD BADGE FORT SMITH 1973".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print Run: 100
  Wooden Nickle

Baffin Auyuittuq Adventure: 1976

Baffin Auyuittuq Adventure. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Round 75mm dia; "BAFFIN AUYUITTUQ ADVENTURE SCOUTS CANADA". (not dated: 1976)

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Baffin Auyuittuq Adventure: 2nd Bulletin

4th Canadian Jamboree, PEI 1977:

NWT Contingent Necker (also NWT Council Necker, worn by Service Scouters)
Nanook Sub-Camp mascot (stuffed bear "NANOOK".)
Sub-Camp Nanook. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Half circle; "SUB-CAMP NANOOK CJ77 PEI". Mesh backing is the same as Challenge and Staff badges.

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
Sub-Camp Chiefs Challenge. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Half circle; "SUB-CAMP CHIEFS CHALLENGE". Mesh backing is the same as Nanook and Staff badges.

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
Sub-Camp Staff. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Half circle; "STAFF". Mesh backing is the same as Nanook and Challenge badges.

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown

This Staff badge was used for all subsequent Sub-Camps Nanook, CJ and WJ.

2nd NWT Jamboree 1978:

  Badge. Version Jam2a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Square; "2ND N.W.T. JAMBOREE 1978".

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
  Thank-You Certificate

5th Canadian Jamboree, Alberta 1981:

  Handbook for Subcamp Staff
  NWT Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular: "CJ'81 NORTHWEST TERRITORIES".

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1000
  Sub-Camp Nanook. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Half Circle; "SUB-CAMP NANOOK CJ'81 ALBERTA".

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
  Sub-Camp Chiefs Challenge.(unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Half circle; "SUB-CAMP CHIEFS CHALLENGE".
At the 1981 Canadian Scout Jamboree held at Kananaskis Country, Alberta Sub-Camp Nanook (Polar Bear) issued a challenge to Scouts in the Sub Camp - I can’t remember all the details but they had to find a NWT Scout, learn how to pronounce Katamivik correctly (it’s NOT "Ka Teem A Vik" - it’s "Ka Ta Mavik"), and other challenges. Each Scout & Scouter in the Sub-Camp got the top half of the badge when they arrived and the bottom half when they met the Sub-Camp Chief’s Challenge. The top half of the badge has Nanook, and the bottom half the NWT Unity Symbol which belongs to the NWT Scout Council.
Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown

3rd NWT Jamboree 1982:

  Badge. Version Jam 3a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "3RD N.W.T. JAMBOREE 1982".

Badge designed by Lance Bard
Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
  Certificate of Appreciation
  Envelope (1st Day of Issue)
  Jamboree Hat
  Paddle Decal
  Rubber Stamp
  Wooden Nickle
  Wooden Nickle (made into necklace)

15th World Jamboree, Canada 1983:

Northwest Territories Contingent. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES SCOUTS CANADA 15TH WORLD JAMBOREE".

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
NWT Contingent Jacket.
Light weight rain / wind jacket designed to roll up into self-contained pouch (right pocket).
  NWT Contingent T-shirt
Royal Order of Nanook certificate
Sub-Camp Nanook. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Half circle; "SUB-CAMP NANOOK WJ '83 CANADA". Gause backing is the same as Challenge badge.

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
Sub-Camp Nanook Appreciation Certificate
Sub-Camp Nanook Jacket badge. (unlisted) Swiss Rolled Edge, Circular 75mm dia; "XV WORLD JAMBOREE MONDIAL ALBERTA CANADA 1983". Same basic design as Jamboree badge but smaller.

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
Sub-Camp Chiefs Challenge. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Half circle; "SUB-CAMP CHIEFS CHALLENGE". Gauze backing is the same as Sub-Camp Nanook badge.

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
Sub-Camp Nanook Language Strips. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Rectangular.

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown 

(scan courtesy Denny May)
 Sub-Camp Nanook Emblem. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; unnamed.

Fund-raiser for the Scout Brotherhood Fund.

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
   Sub-Camp Nanook Shoulder Flash. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "SUB CAMP POLAR BEAR WJ'83 FRIDO PROFOEHR".

Frido Profoehr was an Iqaluit Scouter.

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown


(Scan courtesy Gord Ennis)

6th Canadian Jamboree, 1985:

Baffin Region Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 125mm x 140mm; "BAFFIN REGION CJ '85". (same size as NWT Misc 2a)

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
  Crest of P. Olar Bear "from the South side"

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
Fort Simpson NWT Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular 75mm dia; "FORT SIMPSON N.W.T. LIIDLI KOE DEHCHO NAACHA CJ '85 GUELPH ONTARIO".

Badge designed by Al Everod
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print Run: ?
NWT Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES SCOUTS CANADA CJ '85".

Badge designed by Denny May
Maufactured by B&S Emblems
Print Run: 1000
  Sub Camp Hat
Sub-Camp Nanook. (unlisted) Swiss. Cut edge, Irregular; "SUBCAMP NANOOK CJ 85 GUELPH". There was no matching Sub-camp Chiefs Challenge Badge, but the one from CJ '81 appears to have been used.

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1500
Sub-Camp Nanook Fund-raiser for the Scout Brotherhood Fund. Denny May and two volunteers we operated a NWT display at CJ’85 in Guelph, Ontario, for the N.W.T. Scout Council. They raised funds for the Canadian Scout Brotherhood Fund by selling the Nanook badge for $1.00 each.

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown 
  Sub-Camp Nanook Jacket
  Sub-Camp Nanook Membership card

16th World Jamboree, Australia 1987:

  16 piece Canada Map badge. Size: 17 inches X 23.5 inches. One of an unknown limited run, probably < 100. Each Canadian province and territory had its own badge to make up the map of Canada.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown
This is the contingent Pin from the Provinces of Alberta & Saskatchewan & the N.W.T., Canada - taken by Scouts to the 1987/88 World Scout Jamboree in Australia. This conglomerate called themselves the Western Prairie Region (there is/was no such region).The pin measures 1" and the design is the Kangaroo over the Canadian Maple Leaf Flag.

7th Canadian Jamboree, PEI 1989:

  NWT Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong; "N.W.T. CJ '89 - P.E.I."

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
  NWT Contingent Jacket
  NWT Contingent Pin.
I'm not sure why the badge designer decided to use one of the one of the designs from the NWT Centennial in which two extra figures were added to the normal unity symbol.
   NWT Contingent Spoon.
(Heard about it, but haven't seen it yet)
  Sub-Camp Nanook. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; "SUBCAMP NANOOK CJ 89 P.E.I."

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown
  Subcamp Chiefs Challenge. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Half circle; "SUB-CAMP CHIEFS CHALLENGE".

Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown

17th World Jamboree, Korea 1991:

  Northwest Territories Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "SCOUTS CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES KOREA 17th WORLD JAMBOREE MONDIAL 1991".

Badge designed by Byron Hynes
Maufactured by B&S Emblems
Print Run:

8th Canadian Jamboree, Alberta 1993:

  Northwest Territories Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oblong; "CJ 93 NWT".

Badge designed by Dawn Lepard.
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print Run: 144 (plus undetermined over-run)
  Challenge Game, NWT Portion. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; "NT".


Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

18th World Jamboree, Holland 1995:

  Northwest Territories Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Triangular; "N.W.T. CONTINGENT CANADA WORLD JAM '95 DRONTEN NETHERLANDS".

Badge designed by: Eric Brown
Manufactured by B&S Emblem
Print run: unknown

9th Canadian Jamboree, Ontario 1997:

 NWT Contingent, red border. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; "NWT CJ97 CONTINGENT".

Issued to, and distributed by, the 6th Yellowknife Scouts.

Badge designed by: Zoltan Kalnay and Chris Mercredi
Manufactured by an overseas supplier
Print Run:
 NWT Contingent. yellow border. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; "NWT CJ97 CONTINGENT"

Issued to, and distributed by, the 7th Yellowknife Scouts.

Badge designed by: Zoltan Kalnay and Chris Mercredi
Manufactured by an overseas supplier

Print Run:
 NWT Contingent, green border. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; "NWT CJ97 CONTINGENT".

Issued to, and distributed by, the Inuvik Scouts.

Badge designed by: Zoltan Kalnay and Chris Mercredi
Manufactured by an overseas supplier
Print Run:
 NWT Contingent, blue border. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; "NWT CJ97 CONTINGENT".

Issued to, and distributed by, the 5th Yellowknife Scouts and Venturers.

Badge designed by: Zoltan Kalnay and Chris Mercredi
Manufactured by an overseas supplier
Print Run:
 NWT Contingent, silver border. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; "NWT CJ97 CONTINGENT".

Issued to, and distributed by, the 9th Yellowknife Leader on Offer of Service.

Badge designed by: Zoltan Kalnay and Chris Mercredi
Manufactured by an overseas supplier
Print Run
 NWT Contingent Cap
 NWT Contingent Pin
 NWT Contingent T-shirt
   NWT Contingent Luggage Tag
   Subcamp Mackenzie Alberta and NWT. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "ALBERTA CJ '97 N.W.T. SUBCAMP MacKENZIE".

Manufactured by ?
Print Run: unknown
 Order of Nanook tatoo from Subcamp Mackenzie

1st NWT and Nunavut Cuboree, Yellowknife 2001:

  1st NWT and Nunavut Cuboree. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Square; "MOWGLI'S MIDNIGHT HOWL 1ST NWT & NUNAVUT CUBOREE YELLOWKNIFE, NWT JUNE 2001".

Badge designed by Alf Silke.
Manufactured by Zone West.

Print Run: 150
  1st NWT and Nunavut Cuboree
Participant T-shirt.
All participants (leaders and youth)
were issued a red t-shirt as their official
cuboree uniform for the weekend.

A total of 75 red t-shirts were manufactured
by Zone West.
  1st NWT and Nunavut Cuboree
Staff T-shirt.
All staff were issued a green t-shirt as their
official cuboree uniform for the weekend.

A total of 11 green t-shirts were manufactured

by Zone West.

10th Canadian Jamboree, PEI 2001:

 Beaver Subcamp. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "ALBERTA NWT NUNAVUT BEAVER SUBCAMP PEI CJ'01".

Manufactured by ?
Print Run: unknown
 
Beaver Subcamp, Inuit and Dene Games Give-away. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oval; SCOUTS CANADA NWT & NUNAVUT 2001". Authorized use of the design was given by the NWT and Nunavut Scout Council.

The activity was either cut short or cancelled outright due to a severe weather warning and thus the badge distribution may have also suffered.

Badge from Territorial design
Manufactured by B&S Emblem

Print Run: unknown
 
Nametag: The "NOT FROM NUNAVUT" patrol
had these made up to deflect questions from
people who were looking for the "Nunavut Contingency badge".

Print run: 9
 NWT and Nunavut Contingent, red border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "NWT and NUNAVUT CONTINGENT CJ'01 PEI".

Badge designed by Alf Silke
Manufactured by an overseas supplier
Print run: 375 badges with this colour border.
  NWT and Nunavut Contingent, yellow border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "NWT and NUNAVUT CONTINGENT CJ'01 PEI".

Badge designed by Alf Silke
Manufactured by an overseas supplier
Print run: 375 badges with this colour border.
  NWT and Nunavut Contingent, green border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "NWT and NUNAVUT CONTINGENT CJ'01 PEI".

Badge designed by Alf Silke
Manufactured by an overseas supplier
Print run: 375 badges with this colour border.
  NWT and Nunavut Contingent, blue border. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "NWT and NUNAVUT CONTINGENT CJ'01 PEI".

Badge designed by Alf Silke
Manufactured by an overseas supplier
Print run: 375 badges with this colour border.
 NWT and Nunavut Contingent, Territorial Blizzard. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "NWT and NUNAVUT CONTINGENT CJ'01 PEI". 

Badge designed by Alf Silke
Manufactured by Zone West
Print run: 200 badges.
  NWT and Nunavut Contingent, Error Bear. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "NWT and NUNAVUT CONTINGENT CJ'01 PEI".

(A copy was brought to the Jamboree, but not distributed. Sold as a Council fund-raiser in 2002.)

Badge designed by Alf Silke
Manufactured by an overseas supplier
Print run: 200 badges.
 NWT and Nunavut Contingent Cap.

 NWT and Nunavut Contingent Luggage tag
NWT and Nunavut Contingent Name tag 
NWT and Nunavut Contingent Pin 
 NWT and Nunavut Contingent T-shirt

9th BC - Yukon Provincial Jamboree, 2003:

  Northwest Territories Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "PJ '03
NWT CONTINGENT".

Badge designed by: Alf Silke
Manufactured by Zone West
Print run: 500
1st Inuvik Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "1ST INUVIK CONTINGENT - NORTHWEST TEWRRITORIES PACIFIC CHALLENGE
2003 BC YUKON"

Badge designed by: ?
Manufactured by Zone West
Print run: unknown
 
  1st Yellowknife Contingent. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oval; "1st (on a yellow knife)
NWT PJ '03".

Badge designed by: Alf Silke
Manufactured by Zone West
Print run: 200

Territorial, Region, District and Community Badges

  Northwest Territories. NWT1a. Ribbon, Rectangular; "N W T", Various shades of ribbon.

In use from the 40's to early 60's
  Northwest Territories. Version NWT 1b. Swiss, Cut edge, Shield 45mm x 73mm, Unnamed; Two narwhal, Compass point, Wavy line, Gold billets & fox's head, Tourist badge but worn by scouting.

Manufactured by ?

Print Run: unknown
  Northwest Territories. Version NWT 1c. Swiss, Cut edge, Shield 37mm x 45mm, Unnamed; Wavy line, Gold billets & fox's head, Tourist badge but worn by scouting.

Manufactured by ?

Print Run: unknown
 Northwest Territories. Version NWT 1c-2. Swiss, Cut edge, Shield 37mm x 45mm, Unnamed; Wavy line, Gold billets & fox's head, Tourist badge but worn by scouting.

This appears to be a variant issue rather than an excised center portion of NWT 1x.

Manufactured by ?

Print Run: unknown
  Northwest Territories. Version NWT 1d. Swiss, Cut edge, Shield 60mm x 45 mm; "N.W.T."

Manufactured by ?

Print Run: unknown
Northwest Territories. Version NWT 1x. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Shield 65mm x 50 mm; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES".

Appears to have been worn predominantly in the Eastern Arctic (now Nunavut).
The inside shield is the same size as NWT 1c, but with slight differences in design and colours.

Manufactured by ?

Print Run: unknown
  Northwest Territories. Version NWT 1xx. ( unlisted) Swiss embroidered on felt, Cut edge, Irregular 92mm x 80 mm; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES".

Appears to have been worn predominantly in the Eastern Arctic (now Nunavut).

Manufactured by ?

Print Run: unknown
   Northwest Territories. Version NWT 1e. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

In use from 1973 to 1976

  Northwest Territories. Version NWT 1e/1. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Curved double strip 100mm across; "NORTHWEST TERITORIES SCOUT COUNCIL". Contemporary to, and worn with NWT 1e and NWT 1e/2 by the Council Service Team.

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

In use from 1973 to 1976

  Northwest Territories badge. Version NWT 1e/2. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Curved double strip 100mm across; "SERVICE SCOUTER". Contemporary to, and worn with NWT 1e and NWT 1e/1 by the Council Service Team.

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

In use from 1973 to 1976
  Northwest Territories Badge. Version 1f. Swiss, Rolled edge, Oval; "BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES".

Mesh backed, versions were manufactured from cloth with a weave that runs both diagonally to the right ( / ) and to the left ( \ )

Manufactured by: B&S Emblems
Print run: 2040

In use from 1976 to 1977
   Northwest Territories Badge. Version 1f. Swiss, Rolled edge, Oval; "BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES".

Plastic backed, all versions I have seen were manufactured from cloth with a weave that runs diagonally to the left ( \ )

Manufactured by: B&S Emblems
Print run: 1478

In use from 1977 to 1979
  Northwest Territories Badge.Version NWT 1f/1. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Curved double strip 100mm across; "BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES".
Contemporary to, and worn with NWT 1f by the Council Service Team.

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 340

In use from 1976 to 1979
  Northwest Territories. Version 1g. Swiss, Rolled edge, Oval; "SCOUTS CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES"

Mesh backed, all versions I have seen were manufactured from cloth with a weave that runs diagonally to the right ( / )

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 7497

In use from 1979 to 1986

A cut edged version had been requested in 1990,
but B&S continued to supply the rolled edge version.
    Northwest Territories. Version 1g. Swiss, Rolled edge, Oval; "SCOUTS CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES"

Gauze backed, all versions I have seen were manufactured from cloth with a weave that runs diagonally to the left ( \ )

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 5182

In use from 1986 to 1999

  Northwest Territories. Version NWT 1g/1. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES SCOUTS CANADA ".
Contemporary to NWT 1g and 2a.
Worn with NWT 1g/2 by the Council Service Team.

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 340

In use from 1985 to 2004
  Northwest Territories. Version NWT 1g/2. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Strip 75mm across; "SERVICE SCOUTER".
Contemporary to NWT 1g and 2a.
Worn with NWT 1g/1 by the Council Service Team.

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 340

In use from 1985 to 2004
  Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Version NWT 2a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Oval; "SCOUTS CANADA NWT & NUNAVUT 2000"

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

In use from 1999 to 2003
  Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Version NWT 2b. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES AND NUNAVUT COUNCIL
www.nt.scouts.ca"

Badge designed by Alf Silke and Mike Kalnay
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1000

In use from 2003

The NWT and Nunavut Scout Council ceased to exist in April 2004. Scouting activities in the Northwest Territories are now overseen by the Northern Lights Region in Alberta. The referred website is currently inactive.


Northern Lights Council: NWT Service Area Badge. Version Alta N11a.
Swiss, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "NORTHERN LIGHTS COUNCIL NWT"

Badge designed by Northern Lights
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

In use from 2004

This badge was issued by the Northern Lights Council in 2004 when they were given administration of Scouting activities in the NWT. The old "Northern Lights Region" badge was re-issued with the name change to "Council" and badges were issued with either "Alberta" or "NWT" as add-on features.


  Arctic Region. Version A1a. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 70mm x 58mm; Outlined horns & nose, Various shades of yellow lettering & border.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 2770

In use from 1974 to 1990
  Arctic Region. Version A1b. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 85mm x 50mm; Horns & nose embroidered in white.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 340 (to 1990) (+190 IN 2002)

In use from 1990 to present
  Aklavik. Version A2x. (unlisted) Ribbon, Strip, "2nd Aklavik" (ASC)

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Baffin Region. Version B1a. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 80mm x 80mm; Tusks in black, various shades of blue background.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 2549

In use from 1974 to 1989
  Baffin Region. Versions B1b. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 80mm x 100mm; Tusks in white.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 340 (to 1989)

In use from 1989 to present
  Baffin Region: Misc 3a. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 125mm x 140mm.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1459

In use from 1974 to 1983
  Cambridge Bay. Version C1a. Ribbon, Square, "CAMBRIDGE BAY". (issued under Quebec Scout Council)

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown

In use prior to 1979
  Cambridge Bay. Version C1b. Swiss, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "IKALUKTUKIAK CAMBRIDGE BAY N.W.T.".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 664

In use from 1979 to 1981
  Cambridge Bay. Version C1c. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular 80mm dia.; "IKALUKTUKIAK CAMBRIDGE BAY N.W.T.".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 602

In use from 1981 to 1987
  Cambridge Bay. Version C1d. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular 60mm dia.; "IKALUKTUKIAK CAMBRIDGE BAY N.W.T.".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 228

In use from 1987 on.
  Cape Dorset. Version C2a. Ribbon, Rectangular "CAPE DORSET". (issued under Quebec Scout Council)

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: unknown

In use prior to 1978
  Cape Dorset. Version C2b. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "CAPE DORSET, N.W.T.".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1139

In use from 1978 to 1986
  Coppermine. Version C3a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "KUGLUKTUK COPPERMINE N.W.T.", Various shades of yellow/gold mountain.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 662

In use from 1982 to 1985


Coppermine. Version C3x. (unlisted) Ribbon, strip; "1ST COPPERMINE"

Manufactured by Cash's Labels

Print run: unknown

In use prior to 1982
  Eastern Arctic. Version E1a. Ribbon, Square; "EASTERN ARCTIC". Various shades of gold rays. (Extinct version, district absorbed by B1. The badge was issued under Quebec Scout Council)

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown

In use prior to 1971
Eskimo Point. Version E2x. Unlisted. Ribbon, Strip; "ESKIMO POINT".

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Denny May)
 
  Frobisher Bay. Version F2a. Ribbon, Square; "FROBISHER BAY". Various shades of orange/gold. (issued under Quebec Scout Council)

Manufactured by: Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown

In use prior to 1975
  Frobisher Bay. Version F2b. Swiss, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "FROBISHER BAY N.W.T.".

Badge designed by:
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1673

In use from 1975 to 1987
Frobisher Bay. Version F2a/1. (unlisted) Ribbon, Strip, "1st Frobisher". Contemporary to, and worn with F1a.

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown  
  Frobisher Bay. Version F2a/2. (unlisted) Ribbon, Strip, In Inuit syllabics "1 - Tasiujakjuaq". Contemporary to, and worn with F1a.

Tasiujakjuaq is the Inuit name for the body of water known as Frobisher Bay.

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown
  Fort Simpson. Version F3a. Swiss, Cut edge, Curved strip.

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 340
  Fort Smith. Version F4x. (unlisted) Ribbon, Strip; "1st FORT SMITH".

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown
  Great Slave Lake Region. Version G1a. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 68mm x 53mm; Blue lettering.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 680
In use from 1974 to 1977
   Great Slave Lake Region. Version G1a. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 68mm x 53mm; Blue black lettering.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 400

Accidentally manufactured by B&S instead of the "d" version in 1989 and returned. The stock was eventually purchased by the Territorial Scout Shop and made its way into general circulation.
  Great Slave Lake Region. Version G1b. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 70mm x 48mm; Gold lettering, Stitched outline on bottom of animal.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 680

In use from 1977 to 1978
  Great Slave Lake Region. Version G1c. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 70mm x 48mm; Gold lettering, No stitching on bottom of animal.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1077

In use from 1978 to 1990
  Great Slave Lake Region. Version G1d. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular 95mm x 30mm.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 387 (to 1990)

In use from 1990 to present.
  Great Slave Lake. Version G2a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "GREAT SLAVE LAKE N.W.T."; Variations in diameter from 72mm to 78mm. Extinct district absorbed by G1. (Issued under Alberta Scout Council)

Badge designed by: ?
Manufactured by Grant Emblems
Print run: unknown

In use from 1970 to 1974

The original badge was issued for the Great Slave Lake District Jamboree held in 1969. Presumably some leftovers from the Jamboree were used as district badges and subsequent re-orders of the badge resulted in the size variation and different thickness of letterring as well as the change from a plasticized mesh backing to a gauze backing.


  Holman. Version H1a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "ULUHAKTOK - HOLMAN NWT", Various shades of yellow, Variations in thickness of lettering.

Badge designed by Doug Goose
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 684

In use from 1985 to ?
  Igloolik. Version I1a. Ribbon, Square; "IGLOOLIK". (issued under Quebec Scout Council)

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown

(a quote for an embroidered badge was received from B&S Emblems, but it was never produced)
Igloolik. Version I1b. Ribbon, Strip; "IGLOOLIK".

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown

 
  Inuvik Version I2a. Swiss, Cut edge, Rectangular, Unnamed; Yellow outlined igloo, building & tent on blue background.

Badge designed from town logo
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1190

In use from 1983 to 2001
  Inuvik. Version I2x. (unlisted) Ribbon, Strip. "INUVIK - PLACE OF MAN". Preceeds I2a.

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown

In use prior to 1983

(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Inuvik. Version I2xx. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Diamond. "1st INUVIK N.W.T. LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN". Replaces I2a.

Badge designed by: ?
Manufactured by: Ebik Emblems
Print run: ?

In use from 2001 to present
  Iqaluit. Version I3a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "Iqaluit, N.W.T.".

Badge designed by : ?
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

In use from 1987 to present
  Keewatin Region. Version K1a. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; Left side is 40mm long, Various shades of blue background.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 2763

In use from 1974 to 1990
  Keewatin Region. Version K1b. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; Left side is 55mm long.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 228 (to 1990) (+195 in 2002)

In use from 1990 to present
  District of Keewatin. Version K2a. Swiss, Cut edge, Shield; "DISTRICT OF KEEWATIN N.W.T.", Various shades of blue background. Extinct district absorbed by K1. (issued under Manitoba Scout Council)

In use prior to 1968
  District of Keewatin. Version K2a. Swiss, Cut edge, Shield; "DISTRICT OF KEEWATIN N.W.T.", Various shades of blue background. Extinct district absorbed by K1.

(This later re-issue, by the Alberta Scout Council, has a different weave and colour.)

In use from 1968 to 1974
  Mackenzie Region. Version M1a. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; Antlers in brown, Various shades of blue background.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1431

In use from1974 to 1981
Mackenzie Region. Version M1b. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; Antlers in white, Same shape as A issue.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1443

In use from 1981 to 1989
  Mackenzie Region. Version M1c. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; Antlers in white, Different shape from A issue.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 680 (to 1990)

In use from 1989 to present
   Mackenzie. Version M2a. Swiss, Cut edge, Shield; "MACKENZIE N.W.T.". Extinct district absorbed by M3. Issued under Alberta Scout Council.

In use from the early 1960's to 1969
  Mackenzie Delta District. Version M3a. Swiss, Cut edge, Circular; Six settlements (black dots). Extinct district absorbed by M1. Issued under Alberta Scout Council.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown


In use from 1969 to ?
  Mackenzie Delta District. Version M3b. Swiss, Cut edge, Circular; Eight settlements (black dots). Extinct district absorbed by M1. Issued under Alberta Scout Council.

Manufactured by ?
Print run: unknown

In use from ? to 1974
  Norman Wells. Version N1a. Swiss, Cut edge, Curved strip.

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

In use from ? to present
    Nunavut. Version N2a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "NUNAVUT SCOUTS CANADA and syllabics"

Badge designed from Territorial Tourist Badge
Manufactured by ?
Print run: ?

In use from 2004

Scouting activities in Nunavut are administered from the National office.
  Nunavut. Version N2a/2. Error Issue. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "NUNAVUT SCOUTS CANADA and syllabics"

Badge designed from Territorial Tourist Badge
Manufactured by ?
Print run: ?

This badge with no North Star was a manufacturers error and not worn.
 
  Northern Region. Version ALTA N4a. Swiss, Cut edge, Circular; "NORTHERN REGION ALBERTA N.W.T. SASK. B.C."

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

In use from 1969 to 1971
 Northern Region. Version ALTA N4a. Swiss, Cut edge, Circular; "NORTHERN REGION ALBERTA N.W.T. SASK. B.C."

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

Unlisted variant. This version was worn by Service Scouters

(scan courtesy Denny May)
Northern Region. Version ALTA N4a. Swiss, Cut edge, Circular; "NORTHERN REGION ALBERTA N.W.T. SASK. B.C."

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

Unlisted variant. This version was worn by Council Executive

(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Pangnirtung. Version P1a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "Inuktitut syllabics PANGNIRTUNG N.W.T.", Various shades of blue background, Various shades of orange border.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1389

In use from 1978 to 1981

(a quote for a ribbon type badge had been previously received from Cash's Labels in 1974, but it was never produced)
 Pangnirtung. Version P1b. Ribbon, Strip, "1st PANGNIRTUNG".

Badge designed by ?
Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown

Precedes P1a, in use before 1978.
  Pond Inlet. Version P2a. Ribbon, Square. "POND INLET". (issued under Quebec Scout Council)

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown

(a quote for an embroidered badge was received from B&S Emblems, but it was never produced)
  Pine Point. Version P3a. Silk screened on felt, Cut edge, Rectangular; "PINE POINT N.W.T.", Variations in size of badge.

Badge designed from town logo
Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown


(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Pine Point. Version P3a/1. (unlisted) Ribbon, Strip. "1st PINE POINT. Contemporary to and worn with P3a.

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown
  Pine Point. Version P3x. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Shield. "PINE POINT N.W.T." Badge never issued or worn by group.

Badge designed from town logo
Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
  Qikiqtarjuaq. Version Q1a. (unlisted) Printed, Rolled edge, Square. "Qikiqtarjuaq Wolf Cub Pack." Limited print run of 50 badges was shipped directly to the community.

Badge designed by Oolana Nuqingaq
Manufactured by Ebik Emblems
Print run: 50
  Qikiqtarjuaq. Version Q1b. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Square. "Qikiqtarjuaq Wolf Cub Pack".

Badge designed by Oolana Nuqingaq
Manufactured by Ebik Emblems
Print run: 125
  Rankin Inlet. Version R1a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "Inuktitut syllabics RANKIN INLET".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: unknown
  Sanikiluaq. Version S1a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "SANIKILUAQ N.W.T.", Various shades of blue background, Variations in size from 50mm x 60mm to 54mm x 64mm.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 2147
  Yellowknife Region. Version Y1a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE REGION N.W.T. SCOUTS".

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 1596

In use from 1981 to 1988
  Yellowknife Region. Version Y1b. Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE REGION".

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 2040 (to 1989)

In use from 1988 to present
  Yellowknife. Version Y2a. (unlisted) Ribbon, Strip; "YELLOWKNIFE N.W.T."

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown
  Yellowknife Group Number. Version Y2a/1, 2. (unlisted) Ribbon, Square; "1", "2".
Worn with Y2a.


Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: unknown

These numbers were a generic issue, available across Canada.
  Yellowknife Group Letter. Version Y2a/a, b. (unlisted) Ribbon, Square; "A", "B". Worn with Y2a.

Manufactured by Cash's Labels
Print run: ?

These letters were a generic issue, available across Canada.
  Yellowknife. Version Y2b/a. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Curved strip; "Yellowknife"

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

In use from ? to 1987
Yellowknife. Version Y2b/b. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Curved strip; "Yellowknife"

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?

Both varieties have been found on old uniforms. In use from ? to 1987 
  Yellowknife Group Number. Version Y2b/1, 2, 3, 4, 5. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Square; "1", "2", "3", "4", "5". Worn with Y2b.

In use from ? to 1987

These numbers were a generic issue, available across Canada.
  Yellowknife Group badge. Version Y2c/01a. (unlisted) Swiss, cut edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE 1"

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 403 (in 1987)

In use from 1987 to 2002
Yellowknife Group badge. Version Y2c/01b. (unlisted) Swiss, rolled edge, Rectangular; "1ST YELLOWKNIFE"

Designed by Committee
Manufactured by ?
Print run: ?  

In use from 2002 to present
  Yellowknife Group badge. Version Y2c/02. (unlisted) Swiss, cut edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE 2"

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: unknown
  Aurora Pack


Manufactured by Grant Emblems
Print run: 160
  Polaris 2nd Yellowknife Cub Pack
(This may be a conceptual design. The badge may not exist?)
  Yellowknife Group badge. Version Y2c/03. (unlisted) Swiss, cut edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE 3"

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 408 (in 1987)
  Yellowknife Group badge. Version Y2c/04. (unlisted) Swiss, cut edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE 4"

(This group may not have issued a badge)
  Yellowknife Group badge. Version Y2c/05. (unlisted) Swiss, cut edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE 5"

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 340 (in 1987)
  Yellowknife Group badge. Version Y2c/06. (unlisted) Swiss, cut edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE 6"

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 524 (in 1988)
  Yellowknife Group badge. Version Y2c/07. (unlisted) Swiss, cut edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE 7"

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: unknown
  Yellowknife Group badge. Version Y2c/08. (unlisted) Swiss, cut edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE 8"

Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: unknown
  Yellowknife Group badge. Version Y2c/09. (unlisted) Swiss, cut edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE 9"

(This group may not have issued a badge)
  Yellowknife Group badge. Version Y2c/10. (unlisted) Swiss, cut edge, Irregular; "YELLOWKNIFE 10"

Manufactured by: B&S Emblems
Print run: 340

Regional and District Events:

  1st Territorial Camp. (unlisted) Printed cloth, Circular with 1976 dated nickel glued in center; "1st Territorial Camp 76 1976 Pine Lake N.W.T."

Badge designed by Evelyn Johnston
Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown

This badge was also issued as a Girl Guide Badge for an event at the same time.

(scan courtesy Denny May)
  Great Slave Region Cuboree. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "GREAT SLAVE LAKE REGION CUBOREE 1978".

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
  Midnight Sun Cub Camp. (unlisted) Silk screened on cloth, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "MIDNIGHT SUN CUB CAMP". Date uncertain for this Inuvik Cuboree. Worn with Generic Cub Camp badge.

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown

  2nd Great Slave Region Cuboree. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Diamond;
"2ND CUBOREE GREAT SLAVE LAKE REGION PARADISE GARDENS".


Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
2nd Great Slave Region Cuboree Necker (with cuboree badge glued on)

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown  
  Yellowknife Region Beaveree, 1987. (unlisted) Silk screened on cloth, Rolled edge, Circular; "Yellowknife's First Beaveree 1987".

Badge designed by: ?
Manufactured by: ?
Print run: ?
  Yellowknife Region Cuboree, 1987.
Was there an event this year? Was a badge issued for this event?  
  Yellowknife Region Kub Kar Rally, 1988. (unlisted) Silk screened on cloth, Square; "KUB KAR DRIVER".

So far this is the only badge that has surfaced from Yellowknife Kub Kar Rallies.

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
  Yellowknife Region Beaveree, 1988. (unlisted) Silk screened on cloth, Rolled edge, Circular: "YELLOWKNIFE BEAVER SPACEAREE 1988"

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown

(scan courtesy Mike Kalnay)
   Yellowknife Region Cuboree, 1988.
Was there an event this year? Was a badge issued for this event?
  Yellowknife Region Beaveree, 1989. (unlisted) Silk screened on cloth, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "RODEO ROUNDUP Catch the Scouting Spirit Yellowknife Beaveree, May 27 / 89"

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
  Yellowknife Region Cuboree, 1989.
Was there an event this year? Was a badge issued for this event? 
  Yellowknife Region Beaveree, 1990.
Was there an event this year? Was a badge issued for this event?
  Yellowknife Region Cuboree, 1990. (unlisted) Silk screened on cloth, Rolled edge, Irregular, "CAMP BOO BALOO CUBOREE 1990 PRELUDE, NWT".

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
  Yellowknife Region Beaveree, 1991. (unlisted) Silk screened on cloth, Rolled edge, Irregular; "ANNUAL YELLOWKNIFE BEAVEREE 1990 / 91 'Under the Big Top' ".

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
 

Yellowknife Region Cuboree, 1991. (unlisted) Silk screened on cloth, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "Bagheera's Bad Days, ' 91 Cuboree Camp Dechinta".

Badge designed by: Eric Brown?
Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown

  Yellowknife Region Cuboree, Bagheera's Bad Days T-shirt
  Yellowknife Region Beaveree, 1992. (unlisted) Silk screened on cloth, Rolled edge, Circular; "6th ANNUAL YELLOWKNIFE BEAVEREE 1991 - 92
AHOY MATIES".

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
  Yellowknife Region Cuboree, 1992. (unlisted) Silk screened on cloth, Rolled edge, Circular; "'Kela's Capers Yellowknife 1992".

Badge designed by: Eric Brown?
Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
  Yellowknife Region Cuboree, Kela's Capers Cap.

A great idea, to issue all the participants a white hat in an event that took place in Prelude Lake Park, where the sand is 50% ash from an old forest burn. Within the first five minutes, most hats were well-adorned with black fingerprints. This near spotless example was found in a local flea market 9 years after the Cuboree.
  Yellowknife Region Beaveree, 1993. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "Yellowknife Beaveree ' 93 It's A Green World".

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
  Yellowknife Region Cuboree, 1993. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "YELLOWKNIFE REGION CUBOREE 1993".

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
  Yellowknife Region Cuboree, 1994. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "KAKISA CUBOREE 94".

Badge designed by: Mike Kalnay
Manufactured by: ?
Print run: 200

  Yellowknife Region Beaveree, 1994. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "8th BEAVEREE 1994 20 YEARS OF BEAVERING".

Badge designed by: Jim Beckwith
Manufactured by: ?
Print run: ?
  Yellowknife Region Cuboree, 1999. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oval; "YELLOWKNIFE REGION 1999 CUBOREE".

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown

Miscellaneous:

Council Challenge, 1972. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge Rectangular; "WE DID IT! BOY SCOUTS N.W.T. COUNCIL CHALLENGE WE REGISTERED ON TIME IN 1972".

An incentive program was launched in 1972 and 1973 to actively encourage Scouting groups in isolated communities to officially register.

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
  Council Challenge, 1973. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge Rectangular; "WE DID IT! BOY SCOUTS N.W.T. COUNCIL CHALLENGE WE REGISTERED ON TIME IN 1973".

Manufactured by: ?
Print run: unknown
NWT Council Flag. This appears to be a home-made flag. No details are available to the date and use for this flag.
  Framed Card: Official Emblem presented to all sitting members of Council, on April 29, 1972 - signed by Stuart Hodgson, Commissioner of the Northwest Territories.
  NWT Council Honorary Member Card
  "I am a Friend of Scouting" Pin

These buttons were produced and sold by Frobisher Bay Scouts under the leadership of Frido Profoehr as a Group fund-raiser.
  Language Strip, I Speak Chipewyan. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Rectangular. Variations in width from 90mm to 95mm.
The Chipewyan script says "I speak English"
  Language Strip, I Speak Dogrib. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Rectangular. Variations in width from 90mm to 95mm.
The Dogrib script says "I speak English"
  Language Strip, I Speak Eskimo (in orthographics). (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Rectangular. Variations in width from 90mm to 95mm.
The Inuktitut script says "I speak English"
  Language Strip, I Speak Eskimo (in syllabics). (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Rectangular. Variations in width from 90mm to 95mm.
The Inuktitut script says "I speak English"
  Language Strip, I Speak Inuktitut (in orthographics). (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Rectangular. Variations in width from 90mm to 95mm.
The Inuktitut script says "I speak English"
  Language Strip, I Speak Inuktitut (in syllabics). (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Rectangular. Variations in width from 90mm to 95mm.
The Inuktitut script says "I speak English"
  Language Strip, I Speak Loucheux. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Rectangular. Variations in width from 90mm to 95mm.
The Loucheux script says "I speak English"
  Language Strip, I Speak Slavey. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Rectangular. Variations in width from 90mm to 95mm.
The Slavey script says "I speak English"
NWT Council Charter.
  NWT Council Cookbook.

The cookbook was produced in 1995 as a fund-raising project for Territorial Scouting. A limited number are still available from the Scouts Used Bookstore for $5.00
  NWT Council Necker, worn by Service Scouters.

The necker was also used as the NWT Contingent necker for the 1st NWT Jamboree in 1973 and for the Canadian Jamboree in 1977.
  NWT Council Pin
 NWT Council Pin - Manufacturer's Sample 1

Pin manufacturers are more than willing to supply colour variations. The following pins are all "one of a kind".


(scan courtesy Denny May)
  NWT Council Pin - Manufacturer's Sample 2


(scan courtesy Denny May)
 NWT Council Pin - Manufacturer's Sample 3


(scan courtesy Denny May)
 NWT Council Pin - Manufacturer's Sample 4


(scan courtesy Denny May)
  NWT Council Pin - Manufacturer's Sample 5



(scan courtesy Denny May)
  NWT Council Pin - Honorary Member 
  NWT Council Pin - Presentation Pin, Copper Plated


(scan courtesy Denny May)
 NWT Council Pin - Presentation Pin, Silver Plated
NWT Council Pin - Presentation Pin, Silver (pre plating)


(scan courtesy Denny May)
NWT Council Pin - Presentation Pin, Gold Plated 
NWT Council Pin - Presentation Pin, Gold (pre plating) 


(scan courtesy Denny May)
  NWT Council Pin - Unity Symbol, Silver Plated


(scan courtesy Denny May)
NWT Council Pin - Unity Symbol, Gold Plated 


(From Denny May Collection)
  NWT Council Spoon. Introduced in 1987.
  NWT Flag Pin (from a set of Provincial and Teritorial Flag Pins that was issued by the National Council during the 1980's.
  NWT Map Badge. Version Misc 4a/1. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular;"NORTH POLE BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES", Northwest Territories in a circle shape, Blue lettering & border. Blank as received from manufacturer. Only 1 known to be in existence.

(This is the original state of the badge as received from B&S Emblems. The five regional badges (see below) were sewn on in Edmonton by staff in the office of the Executive Director for the NWT Council).


(scan courtesy Denny May)

  NWT Map Badge. Version Misc 4a. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; Badges A1a, G1a, K1a, M1a, & MISC.3a. sewn on back piece, "NORTH POLE BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES", Northwest Territories in a circle shape, Blue lettering & border.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 229

Introduced April 1974.
  NWT Map Badge. Version Misc 4b. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; 5 badges embroidered onto back piece, "NORTH POLE SCOUTS CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES", Northwest Territories in a circle shape, Blue lettering & border.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 712

Introduced December 1977.
  NWT Map Badge. Version Misc 4c. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; 6 badges embroidered onto back piece, "NORTH POLE SCOUTS CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES", Northwest Territories in a circle shape, Various colors of border, Various colors of lettering.

Red lettering for Scouts Canada and North Pole, green lettering for Northwest Territories and green bordered version.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 100

Introduced July 1988.
  NWT Map Badge. Version Misc 4c. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; 6 badges embroidered onto back piece, "NORTH POLE SCOUTS CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES", Northwest Territories in a circle shape, Various colors of border, Various colors of lettering. 

Green lettering for Scouts Canada, North Pole and Northwest Territories and green bordered version.


Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 100

Introduced March 1989.
   NWT Map Badge. Version Misc 4c. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; 6 badges embroidered onto back piece, "NORTH POLE SCOUTS CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES", Northwest Territories in a circle shape, Various colors of border, Various colors of lettering. 

Orange lettering for Scouts Canada and North Pole, purple lettering for Northwest Territories and gold bordered version shown.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 84

Introduced September 1989.
   NWT Map Badge. Version Misc 4c. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; 6 badges embroidered onto back piece, "NORTH POLE SCOUTS CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES", Northwest Territories in a circle shape, Various colors of border, Various colors of lettering. 

Purple lettering for Scouts Canada and North Pole, red lettering for Northwest Territories and green bordered version.

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 85

Introduced March 1990.
  "NWT Map Badge. Version Misc 4d. Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular; 6 badges embroidered onto back piece, ""NORTH POLE SCOUTS CANADA SCOUTS CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES"", Scouts Canada Northwest Territories in an oval shape."

Badge designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: ?? (100 in 2002)

Introduced March 1992.
  NWT Ribbon. (unlisted) Ribbon, Rectangular; "SCOUTS CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES".


any information about this item would be appreciated
  NWT Wood Badge, 1978. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "N.W.T. WOOD BADGE GILWELL JUNE 1978 YELLOWKNIFE GREAT SLAVE LAKE REGION".

Designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 170
  NWT Wood Badge. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "N.W.T. GILWELL SCOUTS CANADA".

Designed by Denny May
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: 228
  Paperweight: "BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA N.W.T. COUNCIL".
  Paperweight: "SCOUTS CANADA NORTHWEST TERRITORIES".
  Pen Pal Award. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "PEN PAL AWARD BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA".

Part of a program initiated by the Committee on Northern Scouting in the late 60's to actively encourage communications between isolated Northern Scouting groups and their southern counterparts. This was the badge which was given to the to Scouts who maintained communication with a Scout from another group in Northern or Southern Canada.

  Pine Point Necker
   Recruiter badge. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Rectangular; "RECRUITER".

Designed by ?
Manufactured by B&S Emblems
Print run: unknown

Northern Region (Alberta) & the N.W.T. Scout Council introduced a set of recruiter badges for use within the Region to promote recruitment of members (youth or adult). The NWT Scout Council used Silver on Green for youth members, Silver on Black for Scouters. The Northern Region used Silver on Blue for recruiting 1 new member, Silver on Red for recruiting 5 new members. They were worn on the left uniform pocket.
  Twinning Award, small. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular 75mm dia; "TWINNING AWARD BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA".

Part of a program initiated by the Committee on Northern Scouting in the late 60's to actively encourage communications between isolated Northern Scouting groups and their southern counterparts. This was the badge which was given to the individual Scouts of any group for twinning with another group in Northern or Southern Canada.
  Twinning Award, large. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular 160mm dia; "TWINNING AWARD BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA".

Part of a program initiated by the Committee on Northern Scouting in the late 60's to actively encourage communications between isolated Northern Scouting groups and their southern counterparts. This was the badge which was given to the to the group as a flag badge for twinning with another group in Northern or Southern Canada.
  Stamp (for sealing wax?) "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES"
  Stamp (for sealing wax?) Unity Symbol
Yellowknife Region Cup

  Yellowknife Region Pin

Arctic and Northern Cub Badges:

  Bowman. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Triangular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Germ Enemy. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Triangular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Interpreter. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Triangular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Komatik Driver. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Triangular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Snowmobile Safety. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Triangular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Waterboy. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Triangular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Poster: Arctic and Northern Cub and Scout Badges.

Arctic and Northern Scout Badges:

  Carver. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Dog Driver. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Fur Trapper. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Hunter. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Kayak Builder. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Lamp Maker. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Sewing. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Skinner. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)
  Snowmobile Driver. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; un-named.

(please refer to History for badge requirements)

NWT Guide Badges:

 Camp Dechinta. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "CAMP DECHINTA
YELLOWKNIFE NT"

Camp Dechinta, located at Prelude Lake, is jointly operated by Guides and Scouts. 

   Camp Muffaloose. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Irregular, 90 x 75mm; "CAMP MUFFALOOSE N.W.T. '85"

The Muffaloose is a fictional mascot of Fort Smith, so I assume this activity was held in the area.

(From the Archives of the Prince of Wales Heritage Center)
  Central Arctic Division. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge; "GIRL GUIDES OF CANADA - CENTRAL ARCTIC DIV."
  Eastern Arctic Division. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge; "EASTERN ARCTIC DIVISION"
Girls Go North. Territorial Challenge Badge. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge,
4 part badge,
Circular; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES - NUNAVUT GIRL GUIDES NT-NU"
Irregular; "MOVING CHALLENGE NT-NU", SHARING CHALLENGE NT-NU" and CREATING CHALLENGE NT-NU"
Great Slave Division. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "GREAT SLAVE DIVISION"
Midnight Sun Division. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolledge, Circular; "MIDNIGHT SUN DIVISION N.W.T."
  Millenium Challenge. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; " MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE NWT NUNAVUT GIRL GUIDES"
   NWT Council 5th Anniversary. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Irregular; " NWT 5"
Worn on the right cuff of the uniform from August 20, 1979 to July 1, 1980 by all members.


(From the Archives of the Prince of Wales Heritage Center) 
NWT Shield Pin.
Is this an actual Guide item or just coincidental that it has the blue sash or ribbon beneath the shield?
NWT Guide Badge. (unlisted) Swiss, Cut edge, Square; "GIRL GUIDES NWT"
   NWT Guides Mountain Avens. (unlisted) Ribbon, Rectangular; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES"
  NWT and Nunavut Guides. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "NWT NUNAVUT GIRL GUIDES"
  NWT and Nunavut Guides. (unlisted) Ribbon, Rectangular; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES NUNAVUT"
  NWT and Nunavut Guides. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Round; "NORTHWEST TERRITORIES NUNAVUT"
  Nunavut Guides. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Oval; "NUNAVUT GIRL GUIDES"
  Rankin Inlet Nunavut Guides. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "RANKIN INLET NUNAVUT GIRL GUIDES"
  Rankin Inlet Nunavut Guides. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Rectangular; "RANKIN INLET NUNAVUT GIRL GUIDES" (new issue)
  Raven About Guiding. (unlisted) Swiss, Circular;
"RAVEN ABOUT GUIDING
NWT / NU MEMBERSHIP CHALLENGE"
  Sash. Dog Team Silk Ribbon. History unknown.

(From the Archives of the Prince of Wales Heritage Center)  
  Taiga Trails Rally. (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular 80 mm dia; "TAIGA TRAILS RALLY N.W.T. 1975"

(From the Archives of the Prince of Wales Heritage Center) 
   Territorial Camps (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "N.W. TERRITORIES CAMP"
Light blue coloured version
  Territorial Camps (unlisted) Swiss, Rolled edge, Circular; "N.W. TERRITORIES CAMP" Dark blue coloured version with Guide symbol in box. 
  Ulu Pin. "NWT Be Prepared"
Ulu Pin. "NT NU"

Reports:

  Scouting in Canada North - A feasibility study by Lavern A Burkhardt
  Conclusions of Report "Scouting in Canada North" by Laverne A Burkhardt (1970) (2)
  Scouting in Arctic Canada 1970 (2)
  Annual Report 1972 (3)
  Annual Report 1973 (3)
  Annual Report 1974 (3)
  Annual Report 1975 - 76
  Annual Report 1976 - 77 (3)
  Annual Report 1977 - 78 (3)
  Annual Report 1978 - 79 (2)
  Annual Report 1979 - 80 (2)
  Annual Report 1980 - 81
  Annual Report 1981 - 82
  Annual Report 1982 - 83
  Annual Report 1983 - 84
  Annual Report 1984 - 85
  Annual Report 1985 - 86
  Annual Report 1986 - 87
  Annual Report 1987 - 88
  Annual Report 1988 - 89
  Annual Report 1989 - 90
  Annual Report 1990 - 91
  Annual Report 1993 - 1994

Minutes of Annual General Meetings

  April 5, 1974
  September 26, 1975
  September 25, 1976
  Sepember 17, 1977
  October 14, 1978
  1979
  1980
  1981
  1982
  1983
  September 29, 1984
  September 28, 1985
  October 4, 1986
  October 3, 1987
  October 2, 1988
  October 1, 1989
  September 23, 1995
   November 27, 1996

Boreas (The North Wind)

  Vol 1/1 March 1972
  Vol 1/2
  Vol 1/3 November 1973
  Vol 2/1 January 1973
  Vol 2/2 May 1973
  Vol 2/3 November 1973
  Vol 3/1 February 1974
  Vol 3/2
  Vol 3/3
  Vol 4/1 February 1975
  Vol 4/2
  Vol 4/3
  Vol 5/1 May 1976
  Vol 5/2
  Vol 5/3
  Vol 6/1 February 1977
  Vol 6/2
  Vol 6/3
  Vol 7/1 January 1978
  Vol 7/2 May 1978
  Vol 7/3
  Vol 8/1 December 1978
  Vol 8/2 April 1979
  Vol 8/3
  Vol 9/1 December 1979
  Vol 9/2 May 1981
  Vol 9/3
  Vol 10/1 October 1980
  Vol 10/2
  Vol 10/3
  Vol 11/1 December 1981
  Vol 11/2 June 1982
  Vol 11/3
  Vol 12/1 January 1983
  February 1984
  May 1984
  December 1984
  May 1985
  January 1986
  May 1986
  January 1986
  January 1987
  May 1987
  January 1988
  May 1988
  December 1988
  May 1989
  Fall 1990
  November 1990
  December 1991
  April/May 1992
  Fall 1993

Commissioner's Corner - Al Barnes
Welcome to Scouting - Sheldon Nider
Our Trip (5th YK Saddles and Paddles) - Mathew Penkala
CJ. See J Run (CJ '93 Contingent report) - Dawn Lepard
  June 1995
   February 1996

Pamphlets

"To Eskimo Parents"
"Why Not Start a Scout Group?"
"Guide to Scouting for the Northwest Territories Scout Council"
"Scouting Badges from North of 60"
"Scouting in Yellowknife, NWT"