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Kenny Stewart, left, Faith Raymond and Cheryl Zaw are some of the staff steering the Inuvik Youth Centre to a brighter future. Once known as a sketchy place for youth, the centre is hitting a groove as a safe space in the community. - Stewart Burnett/NNSL photo
Centre a safe place for kids
Young blood helps facility rebuild image in community

Faith Raymond and Kenny Stewart remember the reputation the Inuvik Youth Centre had when they were growing up in town.
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Pilot recounts harrowing tale of survival after flip
Dave Olesen is an experienced pilot and has many years of adventures out on the land ...
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Three safe after engine fails near Tulita
A military search and rescue exercise in the Sahtu last weekend was quickly overshadowed by a real-life emergency when a small Cessna aircraft nearly crashed outside Tulita on July 16.
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Canol cleanup starts at home, says former MLA
Let the Sahtu people clean up the Canol Heritage Trail, says a former Sahtu MLA and a founder of the Canol Trail Youth Leadership Hike.
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Rotary pleased with first shot at running Hay Days festival
The Rotary Club of Hay River Sunrise can now look back at its first time organizing the Hay Days Music, Arts and Culture Festival.
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Date set for Jr K school renos in Hay River
After the education council raised the alarm over renovations that wouldn't be finished by the start of school, the department is changing its completion date to the end of September from the beginning.
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