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Malcolm Lafferty, a Grade 6 student at Elizabeth Mackenzie Elementary School in Behchoko, is advancing to the territorial heritage fair in Tulita in May. - photo courtesy of Andrea Adams
Learning about the legends
Malcolm Lafferty shares Tlicho stories during Heritage Fair

Malcolm Lafferty says he's had the nickname "Pumpkin" for years.
"My grandpa gave me that name," he said.
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Nadine Delorme, who was born in Toronto and raised by adoptive parents, has discovered her family roots in Fort Resolution, but is still seeking to find her birth mother.

In search of a birth mother
A Toronto-born woman is on a deeply personal journey to reconnect with her family and culture in Fort Resolution, but there is one big piece of the puzzle missing. Nadine Delorme has been unable to find her birth mother.

Ulukhaktok elder Jean Kugyut is all smiles after Kolten Inuktalik, a Grade 8 student at Helen Kalvak Elihakvik School, presents her with muscox meat from the school’s muscox harvest in March.

What a catch
Kolten Inuktalik will never forget presenting Ulukhaktok elder Jean Kagyut with meat from the muscox he helped catch with his classmates last month. "I was just telling her about how I caught it and she was really happy," Inuktalik said.

The inaugural champions of the Grizzly Invitational Co-Ed Basketball Tournament in Norman Wells last month are, from left, Hunter Gray, Emily Hodgson, Ethan Tutcho, Brayden Taureau, Shayla Kunkle and Paige Louison.

Hitting the hard court in Norman Wells
When you're starting up a new sporting event, you want to try and get as many people out as you possibly can. Mackenzie Mountain School in Norman Wells is hoping the Grizzly Invitational Co-Ed Basketball Tournament gains some traction as the inaugural edition of the event happened late last month in the town.

Brandy Wilson's work depicts the floral life across NWT.

Photographer captures NWT flora
NWT NEWS/NORTH - The portable walls that stand in the Northern Arts and Culture Centre's lobby will give passersby a taste of natural Northern beauty, thanks to the vibrant work of Inuvik artist Brandy Wilson. Wilson captures foliage across the territory and her pictures are on display in Yellowknife, showcasing the photographer as NACC's artist of the month.

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