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Death of 'Uncle' Ahmed Mahamud Ali shines spotlight on taxi driver safety
The death of a Yellowknife taxi driver has thrust the issue of drivers' safety into the spotlight, as a local company comes to grips with the loss of one of its own.
Defence calling for no jail time for drug trafficker; prosecutor seeks 3 years
There's a big difference between what the Crown is calling for and what the defence is saying is an appropriate sentence for another person convicted in the N.W.T. RCMP's Green Manalishi drug investigation.
'The community is nervous,' band manager says after classes shut down in Wrigley
John Dempsey, the band manager with the Pehdzeh Ki First Nation, says the community is scared and nervous about losing students to schools in Fort Simpson.
Iqaluit's Northmart safe, despite lack of air quality test, say health officials
Though the smell of smoke lingers in the building, the store has been inspected three times and there isn’t a risk to public health, an environmental health inspector with the territorial government explained.
Alberta First Nations chiefs back federal overhaul of energy project approval laws
Recently all of Alberta’s First Nations voted to back proposed legislation that would overhaul the way energy projects are approved, despite vocal opposition to the bill.
Whitehorse 'at the edge of a blowtorch,' group says, urging more action to prevent wildfire
Music star Susan Aglukark uses song to kick off conference on child sexual abuse
'Deadly serious': 2 caribou herds shrink by half in latest count
'Fix this mess': Cambridge Bay businesses say MTS should take responsibility for mouldy, missing items
Slain Yellowknife taxi driver ID'd as RCMP lay murder charges
Yukon gov't defeats own bill to redraw electoral boundaries, add another MLA
From 1978: Yukon voters see party-affiliated candidates on the ballot
Air North blames airport fees, flat ridership for slashed Ottawa flights
'Really a disgrace': Alberta curling legend calls out boozers booted from bonspiel
Yellowknife's draft budget continues trend of major cost increases
Dana Tizya-Tramm elected new chief of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
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