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Mark Haruman put city yoga-enthusiasts through their paces during the Midnight Sun Yoga Festival, held June 26-28 at the Champagne Room, downtown. - Evan Kiyoshi French/NNSL photo
Yogis gather under the midnight sun

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Musicians and special instructors journeyed into the city the last weekend of June to celebrate yoga for the Midnight Sun Yoga Festival. News LinkRead more

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Friday, July 3, 2015

Day parole extended for Giant Mine bomber

Convicted Giant Mine bomber Roger Warren has had his day parole extended for another six months.

Warren was convicted of nine counts of second degree murder in the 1992 bombing at Giant Mine. He was granted day parole in June of last year.

The Parole Board of Canada stated in an e-mail that the decision to extend Warren's day parole was made Wednesday.

It stated that decision was made after the parole board reviewed Warren's progress.

The conditions of his day parole include no contact with the victims' families without prior approval and no consumption of alcohol.

- John McFadden

Twin Pine permit issued

Last month the city issued a development permit for Twin Pine Hill where Det'on Cho Corporation plans to build 126 multi-family condo units over the coming years.

The last day to appeal the development permit is July 8.

Earlier this year, the city approved rezoning the area from its hotel and convention centre with commercial space designation to allow the residential development.

The developer said the plan is to start construction this summer.

- Shane Magee

Lightning causes outage

Northwest Territories Power Corporation states a sudden lightning strike on a transmission line caused Wednesday evening's power outage, which left Behchoko and parts of the city in the dark for about 15 minutes.

Breakers were tripped but were eventually closed remotely by operators and power has been fully restored in areas affected, according to power corp. spokeswoman Pam Coulter.

- Dave Bidini

New vice-principal at J.H. Sissons

Brigitte Rivet - who has been teaching in Yellowknife since 1998 - is taking over the assistant principal's office at J.H. Sissons School, according to a news release.

Rivet became a program support teacher at William McDonal School and at J.H. Sissons School in 2006.

- Evan Kiyoshi French


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