Review board talks offshore drilling
There seemed to be little public interest in the prospect of offshore drilling during an information session at the Ingamo Hall Friendship Centre in Inuvik April 14.
Club members impressed on trip
The students from the East Three Secondary School's Art Travel Club might have had to revise their trip on short notice, but they still made it a work of art.
Climate change poses danger to historical sites
The precious history of the Arctic is washing away in front of peoples' eyes, says a University of Toronto researcher.
Slow start to fishing challenge
The inaugural Ice Fishing Challenge might have attracted far more anglers than fish, but that didn't spoil a good time had by all.
Students look at weather science
Students at East Three School and public observers were blown away April 20 as the Aurora Research Institute launched a weather balloon into the atmosphere loaded with electronic sensors.
NWT funding process under review
No one could blame Inuvik town council members if they had told a senior government bureaucrat to show them the money earlier this month.
'It was probably the best trip of my life'
A group of seven high school students has returned from a week-long trip to Ottawa with a fresh perspective on their region and a lifetime of memories.
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