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Whitehorse puts the brakes on transit system changes
Whitehorse city council voted unanimously Monday night to put the brakes on changes to the city's transit system and directed the city's administration to review feedback, consult with the public and report back with a new plan by end of year.
'One foot in the bush … one foot in the city': New boat to open up land programming at Délı̨nę school
A $100,000 KingFisher boat will be the key to more cultural programming at Ehtseo Ayha School. "We want to get as many kids out experiencing the culture, the tradition … as we can," says the school's principal.
Federal government touts $3M for safety measures in Nunavut's long-term care facilities
Canada's Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos and Nunavut Health Minister John Main spoke about the funding Tuesday at Nunavut's Legislative Assembly. The dollars will go toward reducing the risk of viral transmission in long-term care facilities.
City of Yellowknife sued for more than $700K by Ontario marketing firm
An Ontario marketing and advertising agency is suing the City of Yellowknife for hundreds of thousands of dollars in what it says are unpaid invoices.
First Indigenous painting to be displayed in Yukon courtroom unveiled
Carcross Tagish First Nation artist, Violet Gatensby, is the first Indigenous person to have their work featured inside a Yukon courtroom.
Helicopter pilot dies in crash while helping fight Alaska wildfire
Yukon Cares having tough time finding housing for 2 incoming refugee families
'My people are in mental distress': Gov. Gen. Mary Simon visits Yukon community hit by drug deaths
One of 2 missing men who spent winter in Yukon wilderness found
100s gather to learn, eat and dance at Yellowknife multicultural festival
Hockey player from Coral Harbour, Nunavut, gets signed to U.S. team
'A very challenging time': What 2-plus years under a pandemic meant for N.W.T. student progress
N.W.T. family opens up about former RCMP officer's struggle with PTSD
Active N.W.T. wildfires increase over weekend, majority remain in North, South Slave
'We love Norman': Yellowknife's equestrian community celebrates horse's retirement
Slash/Back shows how Indigenous creators get things done despite 'unlimited barriers'
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