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News Headlines: Monday, May 15, 2017
Accusations fly in Fort Liard
Acho Dene Koe First Nation members head to the polls May 15 to select a chief and council, capping a contentious election.
More Sunday sipping in Inuvik
Inuvik town council passed the licensed premises bylaw, allowing The Mad Trapper bar to open another 16 Sundays per year during summer months, on top of the 10 it is already allowed.
Hay River fishers can float their boat
The NWT Fishermen's Federation has been offered a free boat.
Rooster robber pleads guilty
A 21-year-old man who was offered a corndog during an armed robbery at The Rooster convenience store in Hay River last November has pleaded guilty to the offence.
Random act of kindness
The Hay River Hospital Foundation has been the beneficiary of a very impressive random act of kindness.
Northern photography goes national with 'Reconcilation' photo
For Fort Smith photographer Pierre-Emmanuel Chaillon, the name he gave to a photo of tipis rising toward the sky with the St. Joseph Roman Catholic Cathedral in the background says something important about a place where two cultures collide.
Hockey fans raise cancer funds in Fort Good Hope
Families in Fort Good Hope are getting extra help when they need it most, thanks to a community group dedicated to helping those with cancer.
Bronze skills win recognition
Two Hay River residents recently returned home with medals from the Territorial Skills Competition.
Serious topics debated at Youth Parliament
Young, passionate and well-spoken, young people from across the territory took their seats last week at the legislative assembly for Youth Parliament.