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Scotty Edgerton, the CEO of K'atlodeeche First Nation, stands next to St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, which is being moved to a more solid foundation. -Paul Bickford/NNSL photo
Congregants find new foundation
St. Anne's to move sideways with help from K'atlodeeche First Nation

Paul Bickford
Northern News Services

After about 75 years in the same location, an historic church in the Old Village of the Hay River Reserve is being moved. However, St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church won't be moving very far - about 40 feet sideways to a new and improved foundation, and about four feet higher.
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NNSL photo/graphic Fire destroys Edzo swimming pool
A suspicious fire claimed a building commonly referred to as the "swimming pool hall" in Edzo last weekend. According to a press release from the RCMP, police and firefighters responded to a fire at the Edzo aquatic complex in Behchoko on Oct. 12 at 3:06 a.m.

NNSL photo/graphic Schools for a Living Planet comes north
Teachers in the Northwest Territories now have access to northern-specific lesson plans and activities through an education program from the World Wildlife Fund. CIBC donated $150,000 to the wildlife fund's Schools for a Living Planet program last week.

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Koe takes top prize
Kevin Koe and his new-look team took no prisoners at the 2014 Direct Horizontal Drilling Fall Classic Spiel last weekend in Edmonton. The team battled against five teams in six games to make their way to the top to claim the $12,000 first prize in the triple-knockout tournament.

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Dog sledder documents four-year journey
Wolves, a daily risk of getting hypothermia and thin ice were a few of the things a dog sledder encountered as he took part in a four-year journey to each of the compass directions of the Northwest Territories. With only dogs for company, he documented his experiences in his new book, Kinds of Winter.

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