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Matthew Dares, left, and Gene Jenks are part of a group who has started 100 People Who Care Inuvik. The organization aims to gather people to regularly donate $100 to worthy causes in town. - Stewart Burnett/NNSL photo

Crowd-funding charity forms

Are there 100 people in town who would put up $100 four times a year for local charitable organizations?
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Lawsuit claims councillor in conflict

Fort Simpson businessman Reginald Bellefontaine is seeking to have Coun. Michael Rowe removed from village council, claiming Rowe failed to declare a conflict of interest in council decisions regarding a company owned by his father.

Farming institute passes milestone

Since it is harvest time, the Northern Farm Training Institute - better known as NFTI - is giving thanks for a successful second year at its farm campus, basically its first in operation.

Festival to celebrate story and song

The Ko K'e Music and Spoken Word Festival will make a stop in Hay River on Oct. 17. The festival, which is being presented by the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre (NACC) in Yellowknife, will feature two acts.

A second place to snowboard in the NWT

For years, the only place you could snowboard in the NWT was the Bristol Pit Snowboard Park in Yellowknife. That is about to change in the coming weeks as Fort Smith is getting ready to raise the curtain on its own facility.

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