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NNSL Photo/Graphic Climbing club pitches move to Fieldhouse
Proposal for new location, with $185,000 price tag, made to councillors on Monday

The Yellowknife Climbing Club is looking to relocate its facility to the Fieldhouse in order to meet the growing demand from climbers wanting to use its climbing wall. News LinkRead more

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Friday, May 27, 2016

Big win in Yellowknife

The winning ticket for the $50,000 649 prize on Wednesday was bought in Yellowknife, according to the Western Canada Lottery Corporation.

It did not identify the winner or say whether he or she is a resident of the city.

- Robin Grant

Open house on city's downtown

Yellowknife residents who are interested in the future of the city's downtown are invited to an open house on June 8 titled Exploring Business Improvement Districts and Yellowknife's Downtown. It will include presentations and a discussion.

According to a news release from the city, it is being hosted by Murray Jones of Curbside Treats N' Eats, Kelsey MacDougall of N60 Interiors, Rob Warburton of Cloudworks and Stantec's Kevin Hodgins. It's being held at the old Diavik office at 5007 Franklin Ave. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and admission is free.

- John McFadden

Funding applications for new CANOR program

The Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency is now accepting applications for funding from organizations and businesses that want to tap into its Strategic Investments in Northern Economic Development program.

In making the announcement at a news conference in Yellowknife yesterday, NWT MP Michael McLeod said the $40-million fund will focus on three areas: innovation and clean technology, economic growth and diversification and capacity development.

- John McFadden

Ford recalls pick-up trucks

Ford announced Wednesday that it is recalling about 271,000 pick-up trucks due to a brake fluid leak that could affect braking. The trucks being recalled are F-150 pick-ups from the 2013 and 2014 model years with 3.5 litre, V6 engines.

Yellowknife's Aurora Ford said owners of trucks covered by the recall should contact them. Ford says brake fluid can leak from the master cylinder, which could reduce the ability of the front brakes to stop.

- John McFadden

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