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Feds spend $67M fixing NWT highways

Feds spend $67M fixing NWT highways

The federal government is investing more than $67 million to fix highways across the NWT. Those highways are:
Sanikiluaq fuel leak prompts evacuation; GN says risk is 'minimal'

Sanikiluaq fuel leak prompts evacuation; GN says risk is 'minimal'

5,000 litres of gasoline believed to have flowed from fuel tank farm
Yellowknife Tennis Club member bestowed with national award

Yellowknife Tennis Club member bestowed with national award

'I will never stop playing tennis as long as I have the ability to hold a racket.'
Fires extinguished behind Stanton hospital, near legislature

Fires extinguished behind Stanton hospital, near legislature

The Yellowknife Fire Division and the GNWT's department of Environment and Climate Change, fought a forest fire about 150 meters behind Stanton Territorial Hospital on Friday. It was declared out on July 20, according to NWT Fire.
Country Food Box program kicks off at new Qajuqturvik Community Food Centre

Country Food Box program kicks off at new Qajuqturvik Community Food Centre

The food box program runs on a “pay what you can” basis of contributing $12.50-$125 per box of assorted country foods
Youth of the Week: Eleanor McLeod

Youth of the Week: Eleanor McLeod

Showcasing the Youth of the Beaufort Delta
Yellowknife Merchants win provincial fastball title in Calgary

Yellowknife Merchants win provincial fastball title in Calgary

Senior men's outfit captures Softball Alberta men's intermediate B crown
Nunavummiuq serves as Laval's first Indigenous mace bearer

Nunavummiuq serves as Laval's first Indigenous mace bearer

Salima Autut Thibault fulfills role at university's grad ceremony, making history after 152 years
Strong public services and union solidarity are key to addressing the affordability crisis

Strong public services and union solidarity are key to addressing the affordability crisis

As workers across Canada continue to struggle to make ends meet, we need to put their families first by supporting strong, stable public services when they need them most.
AS SEEN IN INUVIK: Junior lifeguards ready for duty

AS SEEN IN INUVIK: Junior lifeguards ready for duty

Club of 24 learns everything from teamwork to lifesaving