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Premier Bob McLeod, left, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa on Nov. 22 where territorial ministers sought funds for various energy and transportation projects. - photo courtesy of the Prime Minister's Office
Cabinet seeks cash

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Territorial cabinet ministers were Ottawa late last month with hat in hand seeking funds for energy and infrastructure projects, including highways and an expansion of the Taltson dam. next MORE

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Cabinet seeks fund for energy projects, highways

Territorial cabinet ministers were Ottawa late last month with hat in hand seeking funds for energy and infrastructure projects, including highways and an expansion of the Taltson dam.

Community dance will welcome back the sun

Community members particularly hyped up about the return of the sun to Inuvik in January might consider joining a special dance project that will be performed at the 2017 Inuvik Sunrise Festival.

Wolverine Air pilots praised

The owner of Wolverine Air is praising the efforts of two pilots who were forced to land 17.5 nautical miles south of Fort Simpson after both engines in the aircraft they were flying failed on Nov. 23.

Aboriginal leaders get their due

There are awards handed out for sporting exploits every year in the NWT. But the Aboriginal Sports Circle does it a little differently. It recognizes sporting accomplishment with awards, yes, but the cultural component, a large part of the Sports Circle's identity, also plays a huge role.


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