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New collection of world famous Cape Dorset prints on display today
There are 34 prints at the annual exhibit this year. The prints are always unveiled the third Saturday of October. To make the buying process fair, people have to enter their names in a draw.
New Yellowknife councillors happy to 'bridge the gap' of diversity
Yellowknife's new city council will be sworn in next month, and some say it's more diverse than before.
After low points of pot prohibition, legalization day 'surreal' for Yellowknife activist
Nearly a decade after having her children taken from her and spending time in a jail cell, Kim MacNearney is calling cannabis legalization 'surreal.'
Recycling program has kept 325 million containers out of landfills, says N.W.T. gov't
The Northwest Territories government is celebrating the success of their recycling programs during Waste Reduction Week, saying they've recycled over 325 million containers since 2005.
'Youth are capable of so many things': Teens get empowered in Inuvik
Bringing Youth Towards Equality's first N.W.T. event brought youth from the territory and the Yukon together from as far to talk about issues facing young people.
Northern food security program has 'lost its way,' says LeBlanc
This all-girls school honoured missing, murdered Indigenous women with dress project
Mi'kmaq activist hopes for 'baby steps' in correcting 'Mic Mac' moniker
Luck of the draw: Leonard Faber wins 'unusual' mayoral race in Faro
'I owe my life to this game': Jordin Tootoo retiring from NHL
'Tokenism and optics': Inuit orgs slam feds on Nutrition North consultations
New details released on fatal plane crash near Fort Simpson
Fort Smith trapper says town unfairly seized his 2 working dogs
'Absolutely ecstatic' Dan Curtis wins 3rd term as Whitehorse mayor
Wild municipal election night in Yukon as new mayor called by random draw in Faro
Wharf worries: Northern Alberta community worries about the privatization of their port
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