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Entire content of seven NNSL papers in both Web and PDF formats including the following sections:
Conference Board report paints grim picture
A new report from the Conference Board of Canada on social outcomes in the territories doesn't paint a beautiful picture of the North.
Mayor wants more housing
Mayor Brad Mapes is seeing good things and more people in Hay River's future, and is raising a call for more housing.
Air quality warning issued for Yk region
Smoke from fires south of Great Slave Lake are causing poor air quality and reduced visibility which may pose a health risk in the North Slave region, according to Environment Canada.
Man who pointed gun at cops gets 18 months
A Deline man was sentenced to 18 months in jail after a dramatic alcohol-fueled, firearm related incident in that community earlier this year.
Slow going across Deh Cho Bridge
The first major repairs to the $202 million Deh Cho Bridge will continue until the end of October, with traffic reduced at times to one lane.
Updated act allows for traditional names
Recent changes to the Vital Statistics Act will allow individuals to register a single name on their birth documents, as long as the name is based in their traditional culture.
Children's centre gets green upgrade
The brown and orange Children First Centre has now added green to its colour palette, or blue depending on your interpretation, with a wall full of solar panels.
The top Junior Canadian Rangers from across the North are in Yellowknife until Aug. 19, sharpening their leadership skills and building connections with their peers.
From Saamba K'e to The Peg
If you were at the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg and asked a volunteer a question, they would do their best to answer you.
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Aboriginal Day 2017