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Scotty Edgerton has retired as the interim senior administrative officer with the Town of Hay River. - Paul Bickford/NNSL photo
The 'fixer' departs town hall
Former Hay River interim SAO Scotty Edgerton encountered financial mess when he arrived

When Scotty Edgerton started working with the Town of Hay River a year ago, his role was to be the "fixer."
"They told me just make this place operate again," he recalled. "Everybody told me that." next MORE

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In the news this week

Imperial Oil owes Ottawa millions

The vast lion share of millions of dollars owed on the cleanup deposit for Imperial Oil's oil and gas fields at Norman Wells has yet be paid, according to the Department of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC).

Gahcho Kue gets final polish

After 20 years of preparation, Gahcho Kue is officially open. "Mine ramp-ups are tricky things, and I've done a few of them in my lifetime. This has probably been one of the best we've had," said De Beers CEO Kim Truter on the grand opening tour Sept. 20.

New tipi bonds community

It took all of five days for an empty pad of concrete at Fort Simpson's arbour to turn into what may be the tallest wooden tipi in the world. According to the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment, project organizers hope to establish the wooden tipi as the world's tallest upon its completion.

Futsal camps rev up again

Once upon a time, indoor soccer was used to train the NWT's best young soccer players in preparation for outdoor events. Not exactly the best way to do it but we really had no choice. Did you want to play outdoors when it's minus-30 C?


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