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News Headlines: Monday, August 22, 2016
Stroke dismissed as drunkenness An indigenous rights activist and childhood schoolmate of Hugh Papik says his death should be investigated as a homicide.
Reserve takes aim at drug dealers The membership of K'atlodeeche First Nation has had enough of drug dealing on the Hay River Reserve.
First Nation eyes eggs again K'atlodeeche First Nation is looking to get back into the egg-production business.
NWTSPCA needs help With the NWT SPCA approaching the capacity of how many animals it can take, the organization has turned to crowd funding to help manage the costs.
Hay River SPCA in dogfight with town over animal shelter The Hay River SPCA and the Town of Hay River are headed towards a not-so-amicable divorce.
NWT employment rate highest since 2013 The Northwest Territories employment rate in July rose 0.7 per cent, meaning that 23,100 people were employed in the territories last month.
What's in a name? More than two dozen youth, elders and instructors from across the Deh Cho gathered at Ekali Lake near Jean Marie River the afternoon of Aug. 8 for the first day of the Dehcho K'ehodi Youth Camp.
A friendly face in Fort Resolution Kyle King is the first person you meet with you walk into the Hamlet of Fort Resolution office this summer, a role he takes seriously.