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Youth camp moves forward
Nahanni Butte Dene Band Chief Peter Marcellais says the band is more determined than ever to get a youth wellness camp up and running after reaching the final stages of a funding agreement with Canadian Zinc Corporation.
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Learning the way of the drum
Jerry Antoine remembers the day he found his singing voice.
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Public talks inform bylaw
Local landowners, business owners and Sen. Nick Sibbeston, as well as some of Fort Simpson's youth, spent an evening at the village office on Oct. 17 to provide their input into a proposed agriculture bylaw.
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Foster families win recognition from territorial government
For foster parents like Cora Fudge, the welfare of a child in need is vitally important.
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Land use talks draw comments
The territorial Department of Lands is still taking feedback on a draft framework that would update its management of recreational lands and cabin leases in the Northwest Territories.
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Cadets train for Gold Star expedition
Seven members of the 2860 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, based in Fort Simpson, spent a weekend in Alberta to challenge the Gold Star Expedition Course.
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