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News Headlines: Monday, May 2, 2016

NTPC seeks power rate hike
The cost of electricity may be on the rise again if the Public Utilities Board agrees to a Northwest Territories Power Corporation request to raise rates.
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'We have to adapt'
Richard Morland says it's the "wow moments" that keep in him in the Northwest Territories.
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GNWT seeks public input for information law rewrite
The territorial government is seeking input as it plans to revise a law that allows access to records it holds.
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RCMP launch investigation into off-duty Behchoko officer
A Behchoko RCMP officer is being investigated for entering a home in Behchoko in the early hours of April 22 and intimidating those inside while off duty, according to police.
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Jean Marie River gets energy-aware
Those who see the face of a disgruntled emu staring out from a poster around town should take it as a reminder to monitor electricity usage.
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Sending out a positive message
Jayneta Pascal is a well-known voice in Aklavik. Now a community justice co-ordinator, Pascal has been using local radio as a way to connect with residents since working as a summer student supervisor with Aklavik's recreation department.
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Learning life skills on the land
Jacob Klengenberg knows not all young people in Ulukhaktok have had the opportunity to hunt with their families. That's why he believes hunting trips with Helen Kalvak School are vital.
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Hay River rallies around boy with life-threatening allergies
Hay River residents went all out April 23 to support Deagan Clavette, a two-year-old battling life-threatening allergies that have forced him to remain in an Edmonton hospital for much of his young life.
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Trio skis Lutsel K'e to Yellowknife
Although standing between three Yellowknifers and the Woodyard Brewhouse and Eatery was four-and-a-half days and 250-kilometres of piercing cold and other perils, it remained a worthy destination.
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