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Sambaa K'e Chief Dolphus Jumbo said the community's name change brings Sambaa K'e closer to the vision of their elders. - April Hudson/NNSL photo
Traditional name returns
Sambaa K'e to no longer be known as Trout Lake

SAMBAA K'E/TROUT LAKE
While communities throughout the Deh Cho celebrated Aboriginal Day on June 21, the Dene community of Sambaa K'e had a special reason to celebrate. next Read more

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In the news this week

Rec centre will cost over $21.3 million

A new number has finally been put to the cost of rebuilding the Don Stewart Recreation Centre. At a special meeting on June 16, town council approved a motion to enter into a letter of acceptance with Clark Builders of Yellowknife to rebuild the centre for $21,310,717.

Energy conference drew larger crowd than expected

The first Arctic Energy and Emerging Technologies (AEET) Conference and Tradeshow is being deemed a success with a higher number of delegates attending than anticipated.

Tradition and contemporary collide at Open Sky Festival

Under the banner of elevating the arts, planning is almost complete for the 16th annual Open Sky Festival, to be held in Fort Simpson from July 1 to 3. Opening with a reception the evening of July 1, the festival kicks into full gear over the weekend with two full days of crafts, workshops and music.

Canada Summer Games soccer taking shape

The Western Canada Summer Games last August in Fort McMurray, Alta., provided a good example of just what we can expect out of Team NWT this time next year at the 2017 Canada Summer Games. When it comes to soccer, the outlook is a bit brighter based on what happened in Fort McMurray.


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