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News Headlines: Monday, April 17, 2017
Ice road closure stirs nostalgia
New all-weather road will bring opportunities of its own, Inuvik mayor says, as region says goodbye to iconic ice road ...
Suspended chief cries foul on lawsuit
Suspended Acho Dene Koe First Nation Chief Harry Deneron says a lawsuit against him is merely a ploy to influence the upcoming band election.
Employment peaks outside Yellowknife
The number of people employed in areas outside Yellowknife hit a record high as employment in the capital slid for a third year, according to data collected and released by Statistics Canada.
Major illegal booze haul
RCMP have made several significant alcohol seizures on the winter road leading to both Whati and Gameti, say officers.
Aurora lights up new tenner
A sweeping scene of the aurora borealis, as seen over Wood Buffalo National Park, will be featured on the back of a new $10 bill to be issued by the Bank of Canada, June 1.
New seniors home opens in Behchoko
With emphasis on culture, traditional language and way of life, the new Jimmy Erasmus Seniors Home in Behchoko isn't your average longterm care facility.
Man spared criminal record
A former Inuvik resident will not have a criminal record after pleading guilty to dangerous driving in territorial court in Yellowknife.
Canada 150 CF-18 jet unveiled
The Royal Canadian Air Force's CF-18 Hornet demonstration jet - which will be performing in Hay River on July 8 as part of the Canadian Arctic Aviation Tour 2017 - was recently unveiled with its new colours to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation.