Kivalliq Air

spacer
http://www.linkcounter.com/go.php?linkid=311359
http://www.ptarmiganinn.com/
  
spacer
SSI
Search NNSL

  CLASSIFIEDSADVERTISINGSPECIAL ISSUESONLINE SPORTSOBITUARIESNORTHERN JOBSTENDERS



NNSL Photo/Graphic

HockeyPool
Hockey Pool
Standings

InTheNews



Subscriber pages
Entire content of seven NNSL papers in both Web and PDF formats including the following sections:

NNSL Photo/Graphic News desk
 Editorials - Letters
NNSL Photo/Graphic Newspaper PDFs
NNSL Photo/Graphic Columns - Tenders

Demo pages
Here's a sample of the extras subscribers recieve

Subscribe now
Subscribe to hardcopy or internet editions of NNSL publications

Advertising
Our print and online advertising information, including contact detail.


NNSL on CD

Only on the portals

Check these pages for the most recent local news
Reindeer steals the show
His nose may not have been red, but when Addjub the reindeer led Santa's sleigh through the Inuvik Santa Claus Parade on Dec. 14, everyone shouted out with glee.

Adventurer on South Pole mission
Despite their best intentions, Matty McNair and her daughter Sarah McNair-Landry won't spend Christmas at home in Iqaluit. They're stuck in Antarctica after a successful mission to drive a tractor to the South Pole faced mechanical setbacks.

Mother needs help visiting daughter
Yellowknifers are pooling together to try and raise money so a mother can afford to visit her terminally ill daughter in Australia.
NNSL Photo/Graphic
NNSL photo/graphic

First Air considers options

It has been a challenging year for airline operators in the North. Just how challenging it has been is not easy to determine...
ARROW Read more at nnsl.com/business

NNSL photo/graphic
Documentary hits hometown

When director Mike Jaypoody and Tony Kalluk presented the documentary Tony: Back from the Brink, it was welcomed with applause from 100 people in Clyde River. ARROW Read more at nnsl.com/arts
http://www.linkcounter.com/go.php?linkid=318113 : Super8



NNSL photo/graphic

NNSL Columnists

Walt Humphries
This is the legend of Fort Anywhere and the Golden Ptarmigan. It happened a long time ago and like all legends, no one really knows what parts of it are real or ... See: Walt Humphries
Cece Hodgson-McCauley
The Assembly of First Nations voted in a new chief, Perry Bellegard, a very loud man, almost shouting how he is going to do this and challenge this and that ... See: Cece McCauley
NNSL photo/graphic
Arguably one of the most famous and respected players in National Hockey League history, Jean Beliveau, nicknamed "Le Gros Bill," died Dec. 2 at the age of 83. I ... See: James McCarthy
Mike W. Bryant
I was standing mid-stream in the Stark River casting flies for grayling when my float suddenly dipped below the water. I knew right away it wasn't a grayling ... See: Mike W. Bryant
Harry Maksagak
With the way our day unfolds with schedules, meetings, agendas and deadlines, sometimes we overlook our purpose in life. In consideration of this ... See: Harry Maksagak
Antoine Mountain
Friends, "a remarkable judgment" were the words of famed Judge Thomas Berger, who represented the Gwich'in in a landmark decision to protect the Peel River ... See: Antoine Mountain
NNSL photo/graphic
Well, it has been quite an exciting week for me in Yellowknife. A few months ago I was invited to an author book signing event to be held by the YK Book Cellar ... See: Libby Whittall-Catling
NNSL photo/graphic
The freeze up on the Arctic Ocean makes it easier to travel to go out caribou, muskox hunting and fishing. The traditional ways continue with many hunters ... See: Navalik Tologanak




Link


drive alive


NNSL photo/graphic


NNSL photo/graphic

NNSL photo/graphic

Education & training opportunities
Education & training
Opportunities for the North

Opportunities North
More Detail

Northern Construction and Home Renovations
Northern Construction
and Home Renovation



Copyright © by Northern News Services Limited. All rights reserved.
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.