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Finance Minister Robert C. McLeod said any money for housing is a positive step. - NNSL file photo
Feds dish out housing, energy funds
Budget details still murky, says finance minister

While last week's federal budget came with positive announcements for things like housing and energy solutions in the North, NWT leaders are still questioning how exactly those dollars will be spent in the territory. next Read more

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In the news this week

EU gives Inuvialuit sealskin green light

The potential customer base for Inuvialuit sealskin products just got a lot bigger. After lobbying by the Government of the Northwest Territories, the European Union on Feb. 14 exempted Inuvialuit sealskin products under the indigenous exception in its sealskin prohibition.

Trades course puts Deh Cho youth through their paces

Twenty-three students from the Deh Cho got hands-on training in the trades during a four-day trip to Fort Smith. The students, coming from Fort Providence, Fort Simpson and Fort Liard, gathered in Fort Smith to take part in Aurora College's Thebacha campus trades awareness program.

Trip of a lifetime

Deninu School students became cultural teachers when a group of Ottawa youth visited Fort Resolution the week of March 13. "We're teaching them how to do other stuff they usually would never do," said Keaden Balsillie, Grade 7. "We've been the teachers."

Kevin Koe chiseled off the Rock

Kevin Koe was simply the star of the show at the Tim Hortons Brier in St. John's, N.L.. A star but not a champion. The NWT-born skip and defending Brier champion came in as favourites in the event and was not underestimating the competition and the challenges he personally would face in the event.


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