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NWT news/north headlines for Monday, May 22, 2017
Pipeline hearing now set
The National Energy Board will hold a hearing in August on a request by Enbridge Pipelines Inc. to replace a 2.5 kilometre segment of its pipeline under the Mackenzie River near Fort Simpson.
Sahtu beneficiaries 'deeply concerned'
Some beneficiaries of the Sahtu Trust have retained lawyers and written a letter to Premier Bob McLeod, the latest development in a conflict that has included allegations of mismanagement of the trust by the board that oversees it.
No sign of federal carbon price exception for NWT
Premier Bob McLeod continues to hope the territory will get some kind of special consideration when the federal government imposes a national price on carbon emissions next year.
NAOSH Week observed at conference and workshop
The organizers of a North American Occupational Safety & Health Week event in Hay River obviously practise what they preach.
Prison for Hay River sex assault
A 38-year-old man who attempted to undo a woman's pants while she slept in her bed in Hay River has been sentenced to three years in prison for sexual assault, with three years of probation to follow his incarceration.
Charlotte Lafferty's killer's ID revealed
A publication ban has been lifted on the identity of Charlotte Lafferty's killer.
More flights now for Norman Wells
Canadian North has added two extra days of flights to Norman Wells each week, picking up those lost when First Air dropped the community from its flight route earlier this year.
Brother shares story of Terry Fox
Hay River received a very personal look last week at the life of Terry Fox.
Swimmers prepare for Toronto
As the 2017 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) approach, the territory's teams are finalizing their rosters.
Hay River SPCA closes for good
The Hay River SPCA is disbanding and donating any money it has to the territorial branch of the organization - two moves creating heated controversy in the community.
Hay River remains vigilant even after uneventful breakup
In a repeat of what has become the norm in recent years, the spring breakup of the Hay River turned out to be a non-event.
National air show coming to most NWT communities this summer
A celebration of Northern aviation is bringing pilots and performers from across the country to tour 97 communities this summer.
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