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Evan Kiyoshi French/NNSL photo Martin Goldney, deputy minister for the department of Aboriginal Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations for the GNWT, said the territory needs to find ways of acting on a couple of recommendations in the Truth And Reconciliation Report, which they aren't already addressing.
Passing on Truth and Reconciliation
Meeting TRC recommendations up to the next assembly, says Deputy Minister

Elaine Anselmi
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One of the final duties of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission this summer was to publish a document of 94 recommendations that it believes will help the federal, provincial and territorial governments reconcile in the wake of the residential school system. next More

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Students at Mackenzie Mountain School are taking on a new task of reading a classic children's novels with their family. Little readers in a big book club
The students of Mackenzie Mountain School have something in common: Fudge. Also known as Farley Hatcher, the two-year-old along with his older brother Peter are the main characters of Judy Blume's Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing - a part of the Fudge series that's familiar to many generations.

RCMP is asking for information after a woman was found unresponsive on a snowmobile in Aklavik on Nov. 11. Aklavik remains on edge after assault on snowmobile trail
Residents of the Beaufort Delta community of Aklavik remain concerned after a life-long resident was found badly injured on a snowmobile trail within the hamlet limits. The woman was found unresponsive on the trail mid-morning on Nov. 11, Remembrance Day, according to an RCMP news release. Police have not released her name and no arrest has been made. However, she has been identified on social media as May Elanik.

The cover of Digawolf's new album cover shows Dzoetse, formerly known as Jesse James, standing in front of band members David Dowe, back left, and TJ Buggins, Great Northern Man was released earlier this month.

Digawolf releases new album
Right from the album's start, Digawolf expresses the definition of what it is to be a great Northern man, as vocalist Dzoetse, formerly known as Jesse James, chants in his characteristic low, raspy voice about what it means to be from the North. "The mighty hunter makes fire with his hands, keeps you alive when you get lost on the land," he sings. "Born on the water on the Great Slave Shore, under the Northern Lights in the wintery cold."

Katelynn Crocker practises her creative piece at the Midnight Sun Complex Nov. 14 before heading to Whitehorse for a competition later in the month.

Getting ready for the big time
When the two 11-year-old girls from Ottawa took their spot in front of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, staring in each others' eyes and locking hands, they were cool, calm and collected as they captured the attention of Canadians everywhere. Despite the fact they were singing in front of hundreds of people and cameras, their performance broadcast across the country, Samantha Kigutaq-Metcalfe and Cailyn Degrandpre performed their throatsinging show with ease ending in a burst of giggles.

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