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Crack dealer gets another chance
A notorious drug dealer will be allowed to complete his addictions counselling instead of heading to jail, a judge ordered Monday.
Driver blew nearly four-times legal limit
A man who almost caused an accident downtown while driving with nearly four times the legal alcohol limit in his system will attend an Alberta addictions treatment centre as part of his sentence.
Mosque fund theft crushes dreams
It's Friday afternoon and Imam Elmuhalab Ahmed is leading some 60 members of Yellowknife's Muslim community, squeezed shoulder-to-shoulder in a space no bigger than a single-wide trailer, through prayer.
Court briefs: Arsonist gets 18 months for $1-million fire
A 23-year-old man who set fire to his former workplace in Kam Lake, causing over $1 million in damages over the summer, was sentenced on Wednesday.
Farmers market stakeout nets fish fine
They say what you don't know can't hurt you, but the old idiom doesn't seem to apply to those in the fish-selling business.
Break and enter perp jailed
A man with a history of sexual assaults was sentenced to 21 months in jail on Friday for breaking into a family's home in Old Town last fall.
Man quits job, burns down workplace
A former employee of a company specializing in fire and water damage repair is scheduled to be sentenced today after pleading guilty to setting a warehouse belonging to the firm on fire, causing more than $1 million in damages.
Peel decision heads to court
The Gwich'in Tribal Council is still deciding whether to join a lawsuit against the Government of Yukon's decision about the Peel watershed, says the council's vice-president.
Court briefs: Ndilo murder pre-trial hearing set for summer
A teen charged with murder in the stabbing death of Daniel Faine in Ndilo on Sept. 14 will have her pre-trial hearing this summer.
Justice rules against former Qulliq executive assistant
A Nunavut judge has ruled in favour of Qulliq Energy Corporation (QEC) in a $444,000 lawsuit brought forward by former employee Sarah Kucera.
(Supplied by Nunavut Dept. of Justice)