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Coun. Shauna Morgan, left, said Monday a leaky reservoir at the city's water treatment plant should be fixed immediately. To her right is Coun. Steve Payne. - Kirsten Fenn/NNSL photo
Fix for water leak to cost almost $600,000

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE
The city's potable water reservoir has been leaking since January and city councillors want to spend nearly $600,000 to fix it right away. News LinkMore

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NNSL photo/graphic Yellowknifer News Briefs

Friday, March 24, 2017

Another truck rolls over

No one was hurt when a tanker-trailer rolled on the Ingraham Trail on Wednesday evening. It happened near the Tibbitt to Contwoyto Winter Road to the diamond mines, according to Harris Beaulieu, spokesperson for the Department of Transportation. He said the truck was hauling diesel when its wheels caught the shoulder and it rolled. Beaulieu said a small leak was contained before any fuel spilled onto the ground. It is at least the eighth trucking incident so far this winter in and around Yellowknife, including four rollovers and four fires.

- John McFadden

Property tax due

Income taxes might not be due until next month, but property owners and rate-payers must pay city's 2017 Interim Tax Levy by 5 p.m. on March 31. Accounts not paid in full by the end of the month will be charged interest. Property taxes account for close to three quarters of the city's operating revenue and the Yellowknife school districts.

- Jessica Davey-Quantick

Home-based businesses get approval

Three new home-based businesses have had their development permit applications approved. The City of Yellowknife is now asking for anyone who may be affected by the development to submit a appeal to the board by April 4. If the approval continues, 57 Street will have a office and storage for sale of local fish, Gitzel Street will have a home-based nail salon, and Otto Drive will see a new sewing craft business.

- Jessica Davey-Quantick

National orchestra heading to NWT

The National Arts Centre Orchestra is celebrating Canada's 150th anniversary with a cross-country tour that includes a pit stop in the Northwest Territories, according to a news release.

April 25 marks the tour's kick-off date in Atlantic Canada. The orchestra will then travel to Central and Western Canada between Oct. 19 and Nov. 2 before visiting the Yukon, Nunavut and NWT in November, the release states. Details are yet to come on an exact location and time for the NWT show, said centre spokesperson Andrea Ruttan.

- Kirsten Fenn


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