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Emily Mann, coordinator at the Inuvik Community Greenhouse, looks forward to the programming the organization can offer thanks to winning $5,000 in an online contest hosted by Tangerine. - Stewart Burnett/NNSL photo
Greenhouse wins $5K in online contest
Shipping crisis averted thanks to community support

Stewart Burnett
Northern News Services

INUVIK
It's been a summer of good news and bad news for the Inuvik Community Greenhouse, which has been bouncing between highs of community support to lows of repeated break-and-enters. next More

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NWT news/north headlines for Monday, August 14, 2017



Conference Board report paints grim picture
A new report from the Conference Board of Canada on social outcomes in the territories doesn't paint a beautiful picture of the North.
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Mayor wants more housing
Mayor Brad Mapes is seeing good things and more people in Hay River's future, and is raising a call for more housing.
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Air quality warning issued for Yk region
Smoke from fires south of Great Slave Lake are causing poor air quality and reduced visibility which may pose a health risk in the North Slave region, according to Environment Canada.
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Man who pointed gun at cops gets 18 months
A Deline man was sentenced to 18 months in jail after a dramatic alcohol-fueled, firearm related incident in that community earlier this year.
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Slow going across Deh Cho Bridge
The first major repairs to the $202 million Deh Cho Bridge will continue until the end of October, with traffic reduced at times to one lane.
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Updated act allows for traditional names
Recent changes to the Vital Statistics Act will allow individuals to register a single name on their birth documents, as long as the name is based in their traditional culture.
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Children's centre gets green upgrade
The brown and orange Children First Centre has now added green to its colour palette, or blue depending on your interpretation, with a wall full of solar panels.
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Learning leadership
The top Junior Canadian Rangers from across the North are in Yellowknife until Aug. 19, sharpening their leadership skills and building connections with their peers.
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From Saamba K'e to The Peg
If you were at the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg and asked a volunteer a question, they would do their best to answer you.

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