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News Headlines: Monday, September 11, 2017
People flee fire near Nahanni Butte
A terrifying scene has been described that took place in the small Dehcho community of Nahanni Butte on Sept. 7.
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'He was a very great dad'
A recent arrival to Fort Good Hope is wondering how to pick up the shattered pieces of her life after her partner of eight years and father to her two children fell victim to homicide earlier this month.
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Cross-border health-care conundrum
Residents in the Dehcho region could access health care in B.C, but it won't be until a new reciprocal agreement with Alberta is finalized, News/North has learned.
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Mandatory residential school awareness at Aurora College
Staff and faculty at Aurora College will be receiving training sessions on the effects of colonization and residential schools in the NWT.
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Cancer survivors get venue for sharing
A young woman is launching a Cancer Sharing Circle for Hay River.
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Vice-regal trip ends in NWT
Gov. Gen. David Johnston and his wife Sharon Johnston were in NWT last week, ending a long journey through the Northwest Passage at Yellowknife on Sept. 6.
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That twangy sound
People in Hay River now have an opportunity to learn how to play a fun and unique musical instrument - the ukulele.
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