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Publisher
J.W. (Sig) Sigvaldason
General Manager
Mike Scott

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

Bureaus
Deh Cho Bureau
Fort Simpson, NT
Ph (867) 695-DRUM
Fax (867) 695-3766
dehchodrum@nnsl.com

South Slave Bureau
Hay River, NT
PH (867) 874-2802
Fax (867) 874-2804
editor@ssimicro.com
Mackenzie Delta Bureau
Inuvik, NT
Ph (867) 777-4545
Fax (867) 777-4412
newsinuvik@nnsl.com

Kivalliq Bureau
Rankin Inlet, NU
Ph (867) 645-3223
Fax (867) 645-3225
kivalliqnews@nnsl.com

Iqaluit Bureau
Iqaluit, NU
Ph (867) 979-5990
Fax (867) 979-6010
editor@nunavutnews.com

Canarctic Graphics Ltd
Full Service Printers
Box 2758
Yellowknife, NT X1A 2R1
Ph (867) 873-5924
Fax (867) 873-4377
print@canarcticgraphics.com


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.

Many of these Special issues and specialty 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 advertising@nnsl.com


Deh Cho Drum Specials

  • Year in Review News/photo and cartoon highlights from the previous year. (January)
  • Deh Cho Visitors Guide: An annual all-season guide to the services and attractions in Inuvik in an attractive full color format. A souvenir issue. (February)
  • Police Week A salute to the RCMP (May)
  • Welcome to Deh Cho (June)
  • Back to School (August)
  • Fire Prevention (October)
  • Hallowe'en Safety (October)
  • Don't Drink & Drive (December)

Inuvik Drum Specials

  • Year in Review News/photo and cartoon highlights from the previous year. (January)
  • Inuvik Visitors Guide: An annual all-season guide to the services and attractions in Inuvik in an attractive full color format. A souvenir issue. (February)
  • Police Week A salute to the RCMP (May)
  • Welcome to Inuvik (June)
  • Back to School (August)
  • Fire Prevention (October)
  • Hallowe'en Safety (October)
  • Don't Drink & Drive (December)

Kivalliq News Specials

  • Year in Review News/photo and cartoon highlights from the previous year. (January)
  • Police Week A salute to the RCMP (May)
  • Back to School (August)
  • Fire Prevention (October)
  • Hallowe'en Safety (October)
  • Don't Drink & Drive (December)

Nunavut News/North Specials

  • Year in Review News/photo and cartoon highlights from the previous year. (January)
  • Iqaluit Visitors Guide News/photo and cartoon highlights from previous year. (January)
  • Degrees of Success A special report on post secondary occupation. Activities, accomplishments, opportunities. Published in Nunavut News/North and NWT News/North. (March)
  • Construction A report on Activity and major projects. Published in full color in both Nunavut News/North and NWT News/North. (April)
  • NWT/Nunavut Graduation A salute to the graduation class. Class pictures.Published in both Nunavut News/North and NWT News/North.(June)
  • 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)
  • Nunavut Day In 1993, Nunavummiut signed the largest land claim agreement in the world. Nunavut News/North talks with the people who made it happen and to people about what it meant and means to all Inuit old and young. (July)
  • 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)
  • Nunavut Mining symposium A feature report on the North's number one industry. Published in full color in both Nunavut News/North and NWT News/North. (November)
  • Nunavut Holiday Songbook A translated version of our popular holiday song and activity book. Always popular with community groups and schools. (November)
  • Addictions A special report on the effects of addictions in the North. Published in both Nunavut News/North and NWT News?north. (November)
  • Holiday Gift Guide Great ideas and holiday tips in a convenient mini-tab format. (November/December)
  • Don't Drink & Drive campaign

NWT News/North Specials

  • Year in Review News/photo and cartoon highlights from the previous year. (January)
  • Degrees of Success A special report on post secondary occupation. Activities, accomplishments, opportunities. Published in Nunavut News/North and NWT News/North. (March)
  • Construction A report on Activity and major projects. Published in full color in both Nunavut News/North and NWT News/North. (April)
  • Police Week A salute to the RCMP (May)
  • NWT/Nunavut Graduation A salute to the graduation class. Class pictures.Published in both Nunavut News/North and NWT News/North.(June)
  • Aboriginal Day A celebration of aboriginal culture in the NWT. (June)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Holiday Songbook Sing along with your favorites. Our colorful songboog always popelar with community Groups and schools. (November)
  • Addictions A special report on the effects of addictions in the North. Published in both Nunavut News/North and NWT News?north. (November)
  • Holiday Gift Guide Great ideas and holiday tips in a convenient mini-tab format. (November/December)
  • Don't Drink & Drive campaign

Yellowknifer Specials

  • Year in Review News/photo and cartoon highlights from the previous year. (January)
  • 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)
  • NWT Mining Week
  • Beautiful Babies (January)
  • Bridal (February)
  • Caribou Carnival (March)
  • Administrative Professionals Day (April)
  • Police Week (May)
  • Spring Trade Show (May)
  • Sir John Graduation (May)
  • Garage Sales (May)
  • St Patrick Graduation (June)
  • Welcome to YK (June)
  • Boat & Water Safety (July)
  • Back to School (August)
  • Home Improvement September (July)
  • Fire Prevention (October)
  • Small Business Week Contest (October)
  • Hallowe'en Safety (October)
  • Shop Locally (November)
  • Holiday Gift Guide (December)
  • Don't Drink & Drive (December)

This list Is a guide and subject to changes and additions. For specifics on deadlines, publication dates, distribution and advertising rates contact advertising@nnsl.com

Or for more information on NNSL publications go to publications page