Wilson elected Gwich'in president
The Gwich'in Tribal Council has a new president and new direction after James Wilson, a relatively new face in politics, decisively defeated former president Richard Nerysoo in a byelection Nov. 17.
Words paint a 'beautiful picture'
A familiar sight at the Cafe on Mackenzie has just self-published a collection of his poems, largely inspired by his time living in the North, in a collection called Pine Cones and Small Stones.
Strange season for whales
It was a strange season for beluga whales all over the North, said whale researchers running monitoring programs.
Where robots rule the roost
It wasn't quite a robot uprising at the Aurora Research Insitute (ARI) on Nov. 16, but who knows what the future holds?
Education authority member resigns
The Inuvik District Education Authority is down a member following a sudden resignation.
'Good competition' at tournament
There's no doubt there was a 'racquet' going on at the East Three school gymnasiums last weekend, but it was all in good fun.
Youth told of mental health services
With some of the highest suicide rates in the nation occurring in the North, it's not a surprise that various Inuvik social services organizations would band together to promote a Mental Wellness Day.
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