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Northern News Services Ltd.
Box 2820
Yellowknife NT X1A 2R1
Ph (867) 873-4031
Fax (867) 873-8507


South Slave Bureau
Hay River, NT
PH (867) 874-2802
Fax (867) 874-2804

Mackenzie Delta Bureau
Inuvik, NT
Ph (867) 777-4545
Fax (867) 777-4412

Kivalliq Bureau
Rankin Inlet, NU
Ph (867) 645-3223
Fax (867) 645-3225

Iqaluit Bureau
Iqaluit, NU
Ph (867) 979-5990
Fax (867) 979-6010

Canarctic Graphics Ltd
Full Service Printers
Box 2758
Yellowknife, NT X1A 2R1
Ph (867) 873-5924
Fax (867) 873-4377
100% Northern Owned & Operated - Politically Independent
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NNSL Online
With breaking news, scrolling headlines, special reports on industry and content from five Northern newspapers our website ( is a major news source. Classifieds, job listings, obituaries and dozens of feature pages have made it by far the highest traffic site in the North.
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News/North is now two separate publications
Established in 1945, News/North covered the 61 communities comprising the Northwest Territories, a 1,400.000 square mile region north of the 60th parallel. The region comprised the present Northwest Territories, plus the area which, in April 1999, became the new territory of Nunavut. Since then, News/North has evolved into two separate publications, each serving its respective territory:
Nunavut News/North and NWT News/North

Northern News Services community newspapers

NWT News/North
NWT News/North is circulated in all 33 NWT communities and reports on activities throughout the region. It is headquartered in Yellowknife, with other NWT bureaus in Inuvik, Simpson and Hay River and contributing writers from a number of communities . Published weekly on Mondays

Nunavut News/North
Nunavut News/North is circulated in all 28 Nunavut communities and reports on activities throughout the region. Offices in Iqaluit and Rankin Inlet are backed up by production facilities in Yellowknife. Correspondents and contributing writers are located in a number of Nunavut communities. Main language is English, with photo captions and some stories in Inuktitut Syllabics and on occasion, Roman orthography. Published weekly on Mondays

The Yellowknifer serves the NWT's capital city of Yellowknife, the central point for the mining industry and the true gateway to much of the North. Yellowknifer is recognized as one of the better community newspapers in Canada in its circulation class and has been a consistent winner in regional and national Better Newspaper competitions. Published twice weekly, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Inuvik Drum
This is the local paper for the Beaufort-Mackenzie Delta region of the Northwest Territories. Communities covered by the Inuvik Drum include Inuvik, Aklavik, Fort McPherson, Arctic Red River, Paulatuk, Tuktoyaktuk, Sachs Harbour & Holman Island. Published weekly on Thursdays.

Kivalliq News
Kivalliq News is a bilingual Inuktitut and English newspaper serving communities in the Kivalliq region (Central Arctic). The News is based in Rankin Inlet the largest, most central community of the Kivalliq Region. Published Wednesdays.

NNSL Special Issues and Specialty Publications

Northern News Services Limited (NNSL) publishes the following specialty publications which are either distributed separately or in more than one NNSL publication:

Iqaluit Visitors Guide: An annual all-season guide to services and attractions in Iqaluit in an attractive full color format. A souvenir issue. February release.

Yellowknife Visitors Guide: An annual all-season guide (in two sections) to services and attractions in Yellowknife and area in an attractive full color format. A souvenir issue. April Release.

Construction in Nunavut and Northwest Territories: A report on Activity and major projects. Published in full color in both Nunavut News/North and NWT News/North. May Release.

Opportunities North: a comprehensive all-industry report covering Nunavut and Northwest Territories on an industry-by-industry basis. Opportunities North examines future prospects in the North, the market, business, investment and employment potential. A full color publication which has won numerous national awards for content. Published in both Nunavut News/North and NWT News/North. June Release.

Nunavut/NWT Mining: A feature report on the North's number one industry. Published in full color in both Nunavut News/North and NWT News/North. November Release.

More Special issues and Features are published by individual NNSL publications. Please refer to individual publication listings: Nunavut News/North, NWT News/North, Yellowknifer, Inuvik Drum, and Kivalliq News.

Many of these publications provide an extra-long shelf life, bonus circulation and intensive readership because of their special focus and attractive packaging. This list is a guide and subject to changes and additions. For specifics on deadlines, publication dates, distribution and advertising rates contact