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A look back on a storied life
Eliza Lawrence, Northwest Territories politician known as "everyone's mother", died in Grande Prairie Alta. on July 24, said daughter Flory Enzenauer.

Residency rules get more flack
Nunavut Sen. Dennis Patterson, appointed by the Conservatives, cribbed a line from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau when describing the current requirements to become a senator in Canada.

Medical services strained as calls for drunks climb
Yes, you're hearing more sirens than before. There has been a growing number of medical calls the city's ambulance service has answered the past year...
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A luxurious ride through a treacherous place

The first-ever luxury cruise through the Northwest Passage is scheduled to begin later this month, but critics warn the cost of travelling through the fabled waterway could be far more than just the price of a ticket.
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Where are Inuit women in mass media?

Have you ever wondered about the way Inuk women are represented in popular culture?
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Lodge owner Bryan Chorostkowski did not mince words describing the narrow escape of him and his group of 11 children and 10 adults from Namushka Lodge ..."

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Walt Humphries
Yellowknife has certainly turned into a Monday-to-Friday, 9-to-5 type of town. I blame some of this on the government. Heaven help you if you need any information or services from the government on ... See: Walt Humphries
Cece Hodgson-McCauley
The July 11 News/North announced $81 million for roads. Our Sahtu heart started to pound happily, until we read the message. The $81 million is only for ... See: Cece McCauley
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Nothing gives me more pleasure than watching politicians make dinguses of themselves, especially when it's on the international scene. John Kerry, the secretary of state ... See: James McCarthy
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After a week in Toronto doing some work at the Anglican Church archives with business partners and seeing, living, breathing and experiencing life in such a busy city, I've ... See: Edna Elias
Harry Maksagak
In the world of the corporate settings, the beginnings were humble but filled with enthusiasm, plans and a vision for further development with hopes of ... See: Harry Maksagak
Antoine Mountain
Friends, this booklet, "Food is medicine: Recovering traditional foods to heal the people," takes a look at traditional foods to heal the people... See: Antoine Mountain
Mike W. Bryant
There it was. Like a bolt of blue, a winning Lotto number, pennies from Heaven - out of the depths rose My Biggest Pike Ever. I knew it the moment the ... See: Mike Bryant
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Residents of Cambridge Bay are busy enjoying the spring weather with lots of sunshine and 24-hour daylight now. We still have bit of snow and ice on the sea, lakes and rivers up here so ...See: Navalik Tologanak

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Established in 1945, News/North covered the 61 communities in the Northwest Territories, a 1,400,000 square mile region north of the 60th parallel. The region made up the present Northwest Territories, plus the area which, in April of 1999 became the new territory of Nunavut. Since then, News/North has evolved into two separate publications, each serving its respective territory. In addition, the Yellowknifer, Deh Cho Drum, Inuvik Drum and Kivalliq News serve regional interests in both territories.