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The Mackenzie and the Nahanni are two of the three places in the Northwest Territories wood bison can be found. On April 22, the NWT Species at Risk Committee announced wood bison are threatened in the territory. - photo courtesy of Thorsten Gohl
Wood bison 'threatened' in NWT

ACHO DENE KOE/FORT LIARD
The NWT's Species at Risk Committee is saying wood bison are facing an existential threat with the Mackenzie herd particularly hard hit.
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Life lessons on the land

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Sending a positive message

Jayneta Pascal is a well-known voice in Aklavik. Now a community justice co-ordinator, Pascal has been using local radio as a way to connect with residents since working as a summer student supervisor with Aklavik's recreation department.

'We have to adapt'

Richard Morland says it's the "wow moments" that keep in him in the Northwest Territories. The newest NWT Chamber of Commerce president said when BHP Billiton sent him to the NWT a decade ago, it was just another job. Having spent most of his life on the Australian outback, he didn't know what to expect.

Team North set to face off

Most of the NWT is winding down things this hockey season but some players have one more chore to take care of before the equipment goes away for the summer. Team North's boys and girls outfits are on the ice today to begin the 2016 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships in Mississauga, Ont.


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