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St. Patrick High School student Conlan McKee, 18, works on a wine-bottle box at the Kimberlite Career and Technical Centre last week. - Evan Kiyoshi French/NNSL photo
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Eighteen-year-old Conlan McKee has been perfecting his carpentry skills at the Kimberlite Career and Technical Centre (KCTC) for the past three years.
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Friday, February 5, 2016

Trucking pioneer killed in avalanche

A member of the trucking pioneer family that founded RTL Robinson Enterprises was killed Jan. 29 near McBride, B.C. by an avalanche, according to the B.C. Coroners Service. The avalanche hit a group snowmobiling in a gully, killing 55-year-old Ricky Robinson and four others from Alberta. Robinson had been residing in Spruce Grove, Alta. after the family sold the business a decade ago. Richard Robinson, Ricky's father, started the trucking business in Yellowknife in 1968. Today's Trucking reported a service to remember Robinson was to be held today in Stony Plain, Alta.

- Shane Magee

Parents invited to Yk1 info nights

Yellowknife Education District No. 1 is holding a series of meetings in the coming weeks for parents about various programs at its schools. At the meetings will be superintendent Metro Huculak, Yk1 staff and Parent Advisory Council members.

Meetings start Feb. 16 and run through March 1.

- Shane Magee

Young leaders head to Ottawa

Three Yellowknifers are headed to Ottawa this week with a group of 10 Northerners selected as Jane Glassco Northern Fellows.

Catherine Blondin, Dawn Tremblay and Thomsen D'Hont will be joined with fellows from across the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut for the gathering of the next generation of Northern leaders. The fellowship is a development program focusing on policy and leadership, open to Northerners between the ages of 25 and 35. The four-day program will bring fellows together with politicians, advisers and civil servants, to guide them on their paths as future community leaders.

- Elaine Anselmi

Year of the Monkey

Yellowknifers will start ringing in the Chinese New Year this weekend, just before celebrations officially kick off in China Feb. 8 to celebrate the year of the Monkey. In Yellowknife, the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre is hosting a Chinese New Year celebration Saturday afternoon. Performances, activities and storytelling are on the docket and the museum cafe will be offering up a special menu.

- Elaine Anselmi


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