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On the Inside:
The future brightens for Northern minerals and metals, according to News North's 32nd annual special report on the industry.

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Industry News
On the Inside:
This report highlights what's happening in Nunavut and Northwest Territories Construction industries.

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On the Inside:
This report highlights what's happening in Nunavut and Northwest Territories Mining industry.

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New business owner Jenny Qu stands in the backyard of her Aurora Yellowknife Bed & Breakfast on 52nd Avenue. - Karen K. Ho/NNSL photo
New bed and breakfast offers personal touch
Entrepreneur saw opportunity here after experience with other hotels

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Last October, Jenny Qu came to Yellowknife and saw an opportunity. ARROW Continued

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Business Briefs
Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Gold Range Bistro looking for a cook

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - Gold Range Bistro's new owner, Mary Colbourne, is currently hiring a breakfast cook. Interested applicants need to have cooking experience and should contact Mary at the restaurant.

YK Chamber scholarships available

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - The Yellowknife Chamber of Commerce is offering two scholarships worth $1,500. Anyone who has been a resident of the city for the past 12 months, graduated from high school, is accepted or currently attending a recognized post-secondary institution and attending a business program full-time, as well as planning to return the NWT after the completion of their studies, is encouraged to apply.
The deadline for applications is Aug. 3.

TerraX completes last part of its private placement

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - TerraX Minerals Inc. recently announced it had completed its third and final closing of its non-brokered private placement of 385,000 flow-through common shares, at $0.40 per share, for gross proceeds of $154,000.
The compay has now raised a total of $5.1 million in flow-through financing that will used to fund an extensive drill program commencing this summer on its wholly-owned Yellowknife City gold project, immediately north of the city.
As of press time, shares of the company on the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSX.V:TXR) had closed at 36 cents, down two cents per share or 5.26 per cent.



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