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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Conduct review committee discussed

A special meeting on Thursday will consider if councillors should be appointed to a conduct review committee to investigate complaints against their peers, Coun. Niels Konge and Mayor Mark Heyck.

Sheila Bassi-Kellet, Yellowknife's senior administrative officer, called the city council meeting on Tuesday after being asked to produce a shortlist of potential committee members that could include local professionals and city councillors at a Municipal Services Committee meeting last week.

Bassi-Kellet acknowledged some councillors had already weighed in on the dispute between Konge and Heyck. The special meeting will take place at 12:05 p.m. in the council chamber at City Hall.

- Sidney Cohen

Power outage under investigation

A six- to ten-minute power outage Monday impacted about 1200 NWT Power Corporation customers in Old Town, downtown and at the Yellowknife Airport, according to Heather Tybring, a spokesperson for the NTPC. Greg Hanna, spokesperson for the Dept. of Infrastructure, which oversees the airport, stated in an email that the power outage did not affect its operations.

Tybring was unable to confirm the cause of the outage as of press time.

- John McFadden

Changes at the NWT Mining Heritage Society

The NWT Mining Heritage Society is changing its name to the Yellowknife Historical Society. The move comes after the society chose to broaden its scope beyond mining to preserve and promote "Yellowknife's rich history" in general.

The society formed after Giant Mine shut down in 1999 with a mission to collect and display relevant memorabilia.

- Sidney Cohen

Family Violence Awareness Week

To mark Family Violence Awareness Week, which runs from Oct. 16 to 22, the Coalition Against Family Violence NWT is hosting activities to raise awareness about healthy relationships and communication. On Saturday Oct. 21, the coalition will hold a family fun day at Northern United Place from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The fun day includes face-painting, a three-legged race and reading, according to a news release from the organization. Families will also be able to learn about healthy communication.

- Kirsten Fenn


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