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Headlines: Thursday, June 22, 2017
Nihtat wants to pursue own self-government
Nihtat Gwich'in Council (NGC) has expressed its desire to pursue its own self-g
Northmart's familiar face retires
A 19-year-old Don Baryluk was curious about indigenous culture and had an eye for the North when he applied to a Hudson Bay Company job opening advertised in the Regina Leader-Post back in 1971.
Energy show reflects Inuvik economy
Duane Smith, president of the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation, noted the mood at the opening of the Arctic Energy and Emerging Technologies conference and tradeshow last week.
Children sing for elders
Community members, many clad in purple, gathered at Jim Koe Park last week to honour World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on Thursday, June 15.
Resource info campaign makes debut
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment's new REDI initiative, which stands for Resources and Energy Development Information, took up almost half of the show floor at the Arctic Energy and Emerging Technologies tradeshow room last week.
Jackson Christie owns track and field podium
Graduating student and East Three Secondary School valedictorian Jackson Christie came first overall in his age category at the 2017 NWT Track & Field Championships in Hay River earlier this month.
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