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Norman Wells oil production to resume after Line 21 pipeline approved to re-open
After nearly eight months of repairs, the National Energy Board announced Monday the pipeline had been approved to reopen. An Imperial Oil spokesperson said that the company is beginning work to re-start oil production in Norman Wells.
Search for missing Norman Wells man suspended due to cold weather
Cold weather has lead the Sahtu Search and Rescue Society to suspend its search for a missing 20-year-old man from Norman Wells, N.W.T.
Some Yellowknife councillors balk at proposed requirement to show respect to city policies
Debate of Yellowknife city council’s new code of ethics revealed lingering tensions between some councillors and senior city staff. During final approval of it, some took exception to being required to respect the city as an institution, its by-laws, policies and procedures.'
Video rental stores are closing everywhere, but not in Hay River
While video rental stores have closed across Canada, Hay River's Right Stop Convenience is thriving.
Life at Gadzoosdaa: How students from Yukon communities go to high school
Many Yukon schools don’t offer classes past Grade 9. If students want a classroom experience, they move into a Whitehorse dorm in Grade 10.
Neighbour rallies to help family who lost belongings in Whitehorse fire
Inuvik mayor steps down after 12 years on council
Musicians of the Midnight Sun: Richard Lafferty
Iqaluit is going to get a data centre, thanks to the arrival of faster internet
Métis kayaker and Cree doctor among this year's Indspire Award winners
Waskaganish powwow goes ahead as planned, despite controversial referendum
New sobering, day centre a huge improvement, say Yellowknife's homeless
Behchoko grieves after woman found dead in burning structure
Accused Yukon mail bomber Leon Nepper dies in Whitehorse hospital
Yukon government cancels $904K contract with Yellowknife firm, calling it a 'mistake'
Yukoner warns others after losing $2,500 in telephone scam
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