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News Headlines: Monday, March 20, 2017
Hero 'just did what he had to do,' says proud dad
A man and his uncle are being hailed as heroes after saving a man's life from a burning house fire in Tuktoyaktuk on March 11.
Minister defends fisheries strategy
The GNWT is defending its consultation efforts in advance of the Feb. 27 release of a revitalization strategy for the commercial fishery on Great Slave Lake in the face of criticism from many First Nations.
Behchoko man convicted of sex assaults
A Behchoko man will be sentenced April 13 after being convicted of sexually assaulting his daughter on two occasions several years ago.
Fire season could be above average
Spring rainfall will determine if the Deh Cho region has an average or above-average forest fire season, says an official.
Achievement test scores dismal
Students in communities across the territory are falling desperately behind in math and English, according to the latest Alberta Achievement Test (AAT) scores from the NWT.
$170,000 goes to good causes
More requests for United Way funding were made from outside Yellowknife this year, says the organization.
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.
Survey query sparks debate
The legislative assembly wrapped March 10, with the politicians to returning to their seats in late May.
Grocery shopping in South Slavey
Some grocery stores in the South Slave have joined an effort to promote aboriginal languages.
Trip of a lifetime
Deninu School students became cultural teachers when a group of Ottawa youth visited Fort Resolution the week of March 13, said Keaden Balsillie, Grade 7.