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Ken Norn, the chief operating officer of Naegha Zhia Inc., the development arm of K'atlodeeche First Nation, stands inside the under-renovation arbour on the Hay River Reserve. - Paul Bickford/NNSL photo
Arbour on reserve gets facelift

One of the most important cultural buildings on the Hay River Reserve is undergoing a significant renovation.
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Every position should be considered but there's definitely some positions that shouldn't be in a community of 50 people Decentralization: 22 vacancies remain
The majority of vacant government positions created after decentralization have been filled according to a GNWT news release issued last week. Despite previous skepticism from some MLAs about the success of the GNWT's decision to move jobs into the smaller communities, officials state all but 22 of the spaces have already been filled.

Renovations to improve sound transmission at Colville Lake school are planned for this year, but the community would rather see a new facility built. Colville Lake considers building new school
Residents of Colville Lake say proposed renovations to their one-room school are not enough and they want the GNWT to consider a new facility instead. If the GWNT refuses, they just might take matters into their own hands.

Brad Lukowich, back, was in Fort Resolution earlier this month for hockey and to take in the community's annual spring carnival. With Lukowich are, from left, Phoenix McCallum, Lincoln McKay, Harlin Mandeville, Kaysea Fountain and Gage Forrest.

An NHL-sized visit
It's not every day a two-time Stanley Cup champion comes to Fort Resolution but that was the case earlier this month. Brad Lukowich, who won his rings with the Tampa Bay Lightning and Dallas Stars, made the trip to the community from March 19 to 22 to help run a hockey camp for community's minor hockey players and also take part in the community's annual spring carnival.

Rebecca Caine is sharing her experiences as an opera singer through performances and workshops at schools across NWT on current Northern tour.

Opera singer shares songs and stories
Some people struggle all their lives looking to find something they love to do but for opera singer Rebecca Caine, it's almost as if her career chose her. "I just wanted to be a singer for as long as I can remember," said Caine. "My parents took me to the opera when I was five and I said right then and there, that's what I want to do."

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