Canada’s Competition Bureau is aware of the proposed merger between First Air and Canadian North and will review the ramifications. Read More
A hit and run that took place over the weekend may have been a targeted attack, says the family that runs Sushi Cafe.
Naujaat’s is the only member Co-op store in Nunavut with its own bakery, and Cheryl Siusangnark is the baker. Read More
Longtime competitors First Air and Canadian North announced Friday that they’re joining forces to form a single airline.
The airline will function under the name Canadian North and will feature First Air’s marketing brand, including its recently adopted inukshuk logo. Read More
Chilly temperatures and grey skies weren’t enough to keep people from flocking to the opening day of the Yellowknife Farmers Market. Read More
Joint federal-territorial funding to help develop the agricultural sector in the NWT was formally announced in Hay River on May 18.
The money is in a new federal-territorial agreement under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership. Read More
Senior students at Jonah Amitnaaq Secondary School (JASS) were immersed in the trades during the fifth annual Trades Awareness, Skills and Knowledge (TASK) week in Baker Lake. Read More
Medical professionals are expected to see an increase in registration fees starting May, 15.
The changes are being made by the Department of Health and Social Services, which renews fees every five years to coincide with the consumer price index, stated a news release.
The Hay River Chamber of Commerce has a new leadership group. Read More