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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.
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Reserve takes aim at drug dealers
The membership of K'atlodeeche First Nation has had enough of drug dealing on the Hay River Reserve.
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First Nation eyes eggs again
K'atlodeeche First Nation is looking to get back into the egg-production business.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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