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Tanner Arychuk, right, and his father Alex Arychuk, both members of the North Slave Metis Alliance wear traditional Metis sashes to court on June 7. - John McFadden/NNSL photo
Metis face Metis in court

A federal court judge has reserved her decision after a long-awaited civil trial initiated by the North Slave Metis Alliance against the federal government, NWT Metis Nation and the territorial government. next Read more

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NWT news/north headlines for Monday, June 19, 2017

Two nabbed in Behchoko drug busts
Two men are charged and RCMP are looking for a third man after police took part in a series of drug raids in Behchoko on June 3.
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Future of Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation is uncertain in the NWT
The future - or possibly the lack thereof - of the Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation in the NWT was raised in the legislative assembly on May 31.
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New Wekweeti chief elected
One new and three incumbent chiefs have been elected in the Tlicho region after votes in the region's four communities.
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Another close call for lotto winner
A taxi driver with Reliable Cabs man recently won $5,190.40 in a lottery draw, but for the second time just missed a massive jackpot.
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Overcoming obstacles
Treyson Smith-Gentleman knows what it takes to overcome stage fright.
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Two valedictorians have one message
Jamie Wetrade-Stevenson and Noelene Nitsiza had one message for fellow graduates and students at Chief Jimmy Bruneau School (CJBS) during their valedictory speeches; never give up.
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Zak the Yak fitting into Hay River
The Northern Farm Training Institute (NFTI) is always looking for animals, crops or cultivation methods that would fit into the climate of the North.
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Another year down on the track
From all accounts, everything went as well as it could have at the NWT Track and Field Championships in Hay River earlier this month.

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