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Health and Social Services Minister Glen Abernethy, centre, answers questions from the standing committee on amendments to the Child Care Act with help from deputy minister Debbie DeLancey, left, and Thomas Druyan of the legislative council. - Meagan Leonard/NNSL photo
Foster care to be extended until 23

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Extending support services for youth in the foster care system beyond the age of 16 is a step forward, but will not necessarily solve the issue of youth homelessness in the territory say those working in the field.
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Friday, April 24, 2015

Attempted robbery investigation

Two persons are at large after an attempted robbery at the Shell gas station on Range Lake Road.

A news release from the RCMP stated early Wednesday morning the suspects entered the convenience store and one assaulted an employee with pepper spray before jumping over the counter. Nothing was taken but the suspects had fled before RCMP arrived on the scene.

- Meagan Leonard

YCS apologizes for 'inappropriate' post

Yellowknife Catholic Schools has apologized for comments one of its employees made about Tlicho hunters last month.

David Radcliffe was the district's aboriginal program activities co-ordinator when he wrote on Facebook that the caribou hunters were "animals."

The apology came in a news release Thursday and in letters sent April 21 from YCS board chairman Simon Taylor to Dene national chief Bill Erasmus and Tlicho executive officer Laura Duncan.

The letters state the board took "immediate, appropriate action" but does not specify what that action was.

Radcliffe no longer appears on the YCS online staff list under the co-ordinator title.

- Shane Magee

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Police are releasing few details about why they responded to the Frame Lake area early Thursday morning with the Yellowknife Search and Rescue Association, RCMP Police Dog Services and a helicopter. The person was located before 9 a.m. and taken to Stanton Territorial Hospital.

RCMP Const. Elenore Sturko stated police were called to assist in the search for a person in distress because "of an undisclosed situation."

- Shane Magee

New Yk1 assistant superintendent

Edward Lippert has been appointed as the new assistant superintendent of Yellowknife Education District No. 1 effective Aug. 1.

He's worked for Yk1 for 18 years and became principal of Sir John Franklin High School in 2011.

- Shane Magee


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