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Dogs seized from residence

Bylaw officers seized 21 dogs from a residence in Inuvik July 15, according to the town's director of protective services. Representatives of the municipality went before a judge in Yellowknife June 24 to gain the right to access the property of Horst Podzadny, after failing to do so without a court order.

Four NWT communities added to Nutrition North Canada program

Wekweeti, Whati, Gameti and Lutsel'K'e will now be included in the federal government's Nutrition North Canada program. That was announced July 18 in Inuvik by Carolyn Bennett, the indigenous and northern affairs minister.

Arts festival off to great start

The latest edition of the Great Northern Arts Festival is underway, and by all accounts, it is a hit. "Part of what I was nervous about was the stuff I couldn't anticipate," said executive director Marie Horstead. "Turns out, the elements I couldn't anticipate are the ones I'm having the most fun with."

Mackenzie Youth Summer Games makes history

For the first time ever, the Hay River Reserve has played host to the Mackenzie Youth Summer Games. The event, which was held over three days from July 5 to 7, attracted 63 participants from several communities.

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