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Lands Minister Robert C. McLeod, centre, spoke with the media about the recently announced Recreational Land Management Framework, along with deputy minister Mark Warren, left, and Annette Hopkins, assistant deputy minister of operations. - Elaine Anselmi/NNSL photo
    
Moratorium extended on cabin leases
Lands handed over to GNWT from Ottawa along highway off-limits to development

The territorial government's response to a vastly increased inventory of land is a wider moratorium on building cabins and parks.
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Friday, October 24, 2014

First Air, Canadian North end merger talks

First Air and Canadian North jointly announced that merger talks have been terminated.

A news release states that no further discussions are likely to be held between Edmonton-based Makivik, the shareholder for First Air and NorTerra Inc, the Quebec-based parent company for Canadian North.

Flight operations and services at both airlines remain unaffected and the

parties will have no further comment on the matter, states the news release.

- John McFadden

New chief electoral officer appointed

Legislative Assembly unanimously voted Thursday to appoint deputy chief electoral officer Nicole Latour as the new chief electoral officer as of Nov. 1.

She will replace the current chief electoral officer, David Brock, who's four-year term is up at the end of the month. Latour was the first female Sargeant-At-Arms at the legislative assembly of the Northwest Territories, the former mayor of Fort Liard and a former coroner of the Northwest Territories. Many MLAs stood up to thank Latour, who watched the proceedings from the public gallery, for her ongoing public service during her appointment.

- Randi Beers

Adventure company receives top award

Yellowknife Outdoor Adventures was recognized for its consistently positive reviews on popular travel website TripAdvisor. The TripAdvisor Certificate for Excellence is given out to companies that receive top reviews by the website's followers.

Businesses require an overall rating of at least four out five in order to qualify for the award, and the Yellowknife Outdoors Adventures page has the vast majority of reviewers rating the business as "Excellent," or five out of five. The business is also ranked as the top activity in Yellowknife on TripAdvisor.

- Elaine Anselmi

Safe driving promoted

Safe driving is a hot topic this week, receiving a nod from Transportation minister Tom Beaulieu at the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday. Department of Transportation staff and Students Against Impaired and Distracted Driving will be promoting safety on the road in collaboration with N.J. MacPherson School, concurrently with its Halloween dance.

- Elaine Anselmi


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