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August 2014

August 26, 2014

  • TerraX Drills 22.42 m @ 6.35 g/t Au, Inclusive of 5.16 m @ 18.40 g/t Au, at Barney Shear Zone, Yellowknife City Gold Project

    July 2014

    July 2, 2014

  • Kivalliq Energy Announces $1.1 Million Financing

    June 2014

    June 25, 2014

  • Peregrine Provides Chidliak Project Update and Encouraging Diamond Results from the CH-46 Kimberlite

    April 2014

    April 30, 2014

  • Avalon Receives Land Use Permit to Start Pre-Construction at the Nechalacho Rare Earth Elements Project

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  • The Iqaluit airport may be famous for its yellow exterior, but the cost of flying out of it ended up being too much for a group of students looking to participate in Cape Breton University's In.Business aboriginal youth conference. - Jeanne Gagnon/NNSL photo
    Flight costs ground Inukshuk students

    IQALUIT
    Most of the time when you wait to book a flight it rises a little in price. For five students and one mentor from Inukshuk High School, the cost of their tickets rose by thousands of dollars. ARROW Continued

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    Business Briefs
    Wednesday, March 25, 2015

    Renovations underway at Capital Suites

    SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - Northern hotel chain Capital Suites has started extensive renovations on its Yellowknife property.
    In addition to redoing the lobby area, the hotel is also fixing up all 25 rooms on its third floor.
    Arctic Canada Construction Ltd. has been hired for the project which is expected to finish at the end of June in time for the summer tourism season.

    Airline adds more flights

    SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - First Air recently announced three weekly flights are being added between Edmonton and Yellowknife.
    Starting on June 1, First Air will have extra routes on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays for a total of nine flights per week between the two cities. Boeing 737s, each with 115 high-end economy seats, will be used for the year-round additions.

    Businesses to close early on Friday

    SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - The Bank of Montreal will close at noon on Friday for the Long John Jamboree
    City employees will also have the afternoon off.
    Yellowknife residents are advised to check the hours of businesses in advance of the municipal holiday.



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    NWT and Nunavut Mining

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