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The goal of the territorial government's new family law mediation program can be summed up in two words: separate together. Launched in late March, the estimated $80,000 program aims to encourage couples involved in the process of separation or divorce to resolve matters cooperatively and outside of court.
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Bonnetrouge declared dangerous offender
A Fort Providence man with a lengthy record of sexual offences against minors has been declared a dangerous offender and sentenced to prison for an indeterminate period of time.
Man sentenced for 'vicious' killing
A Cape Dorset man has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the "vicious and senseless killing" of a 16-year-old boy last year. .
Qulliq Energy to pay former employee
The Nunavut Court of Justice has sided with a former employee of the Qulliq Energy Corporation (QEC) who says she was driven out of her job by senior management and constructively dismissed.
Historical sex assault case heads to court
A 70-year-old former resident of Lutsel K'e has been charged with nine sexual offences dating back to 1969.
Court briefs: Third driving prohibition
A Yellowknife man pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while disqualified on Tuesday. It was his second conviction for the same offence this year.
Carver guilty of sex offence on minor
A 52-year-old man has been found guilty of sexual offences against a five-year-old girl in 2005.
Paulatuk woman jailed for sex with minor
A 26-year-old woman who received a conditional sentence for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old boy, has had her sentenced appealed and will do hard time.
Fishing show host caught driving drunk
The host of a popular Yellowknife fishing show was handed a heavy fine after he pleaded guilty to driving with more than twice the legal limit of alcohol in his blood on Tuesday.
Ousted chief case settled out of court
A long-running civil suit by an ousted chief against Fort Resolution's Deninu K'ue First Nation (DKFN) has been settled out of court.
Crammed court schedule
Changes to the Yellowknife courts aren't sitting well with some lawyers.
(Supplied by Nunavut Dept. of Justice)