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The beaver lodge at Niven Lake has a trap set to capture two beavers after area residents called the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. - Shane Magee/NNSL photo
Beaver traps return to Niven Lake
Rodents will be relocated to nearby ponds

Gnawed trees stumps show what neighbours know the beavers are back at Niven Lake, and so is a government trap. News LinkContinued

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Friday, September 19, 2014

Air Canada boosts fees

Air Canada is following in WestJet's footsteps by charging a $25 fee for the first piece of checked baggage.

Air Canada's policy change only affects domestic flights, as the company has already been charging for checked baggage on its U.S. destination flights since 2011. Air Canada's policy change will affect its lowest price fares only.

Canadian North, First Air, and Air North have stated they have no intention to change their own policies of allowing free checked baggage on even their lowest priced fares.

- Candace Thomson

City wants public input on Capital Area

The city is looking to update its plan for Yellowknife's Capital Area and its asking for help.

The government will host a series of walking tours and public meetings over the coming weeks to gather public input for the area, which is generally located around Frame Lake. On Sept. 23 and 30, the city will host public meetings in council chambers at 5 p.m. On Sept. 24 and 25, there will be an hour-long walking tour starting at city hall at noon. On Sept. 30, the city will host an hour-long bus tour.

- Randi Beers

Yk1 teacher wins literacy award

Micheline Richard, a teacher at Sir John Franklin High School, has been recognized for improving and encouraging literacy in students.

She is the recipient of this year's NWT Ministerial Professional Educator Literacy Award, which will be presented at a luncheon on Tuesday at Northern United Place.

During the luncheon, several awards will be given out and healthy lifestyles will be discussed with adult educators as part of Literacy Week, put on by the NWT Literacy Council.

- Candace Thomson

Yk1 showcases its history

Yellowknife Education District No. 1 is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. To honour it, there will be an exhibit at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre. The display has artifacts of Yk1's long history of education including history boards, an old class ring from Sir John Franklin High School, the school bell from NJ Macpherson when it opened and school jackets as well. It will be open until November.

- Candace Thomson


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