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Every year, the Arctic ocean gets a little bit closer to the homes and buildings on Tuktoyaktuk's shoreline. Warmer air and ocean temperatures are contributing to erosion. - photo courtesy of Dustin Whalen
Ocean at their doorstep

TUKTOYAKTUK
Evidence of the Arctic's changing climate is literally on Sarah Adam's doorstep in Tuktoyaktuk. Over the past 20 years, erosion has drastically reduced Tuktoyaktuk's shoreline and the Arctic Ocean now reaches the back door of her house. next Continued

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Library of heroes

Jaydon Kakfwi says when he was asked to make a contribution to a new book honouring Dene heroes, he knew exactly who he would choose. "I wrote about my uncle, Stephen Kakfwi," the Grade 10 student from Fort Good Hope said. "He did a lot for the Sahtu."

Feds commit to partly fund road

The federal government plans to cover 25 per cent of the cost to build an all-season road to Whati to be built through a public-private partnership. Whati has sought for about 30 years to replace a winter road typically only open three months per year with a road open to vehicles year-round."

NWT gets second Timmies

A former NHL player helped stick-handle a deal to bring a Tim Hortons franchise to the Salt River First Nation in Fort Smith. Ted Nolan, who played with the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Detroit Red Wings, was instrumental in bringing the iconic restaurant to the community near the Alberta border.

Instructors get lessons

You can't instruct unless you know the sport. Seems simple enough when you think about it. Easy enough to show someone how to do it but are you teaching them the right things? That's where NWT Snowboard came in earlier this month as it hosted a Level I instructors clinic in Yellowknife from Jan. 6 to 8.


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