Wrigley, N.W.T., holds chief election today

People of the Pehdzeh Ki First Nation are heading to the polls today to elect a new chief, after the previous chief was removed in a vote of non-confidence last month.

3 former chiefs vie for position

People in Wrigley, N.W.T., are heading to the polls today to elect a new Chief of the Pedzeh Ki First Nation.

Three people are running, including Sharon Pellisey, who was removed as chief last month in a non-confidence vote. Former chiefs Albert Moses and Tim Lennie are also vying for the position.

There are also two vacant council seats, but only one candidate came forward for those positions.


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