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Whistlestop royal visit touched on serious subjects but had lighter moments, too
A three-day visit to Canada by Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, had many serious moments - and some lighter ones - as the couple visited St. John's, Ottawa and the Northwest Territories to help mark Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee.
'Sorely needed' Inuit TV makes Inuktut, Inuit cultural programming more accessible
The co-CEO of Inuit TV said the channel, which is now available on Shaw TV, will soon be available on Bell and on an online app.
DNA from nearly-forgotten Yukon kokanee salmon 'a treasure' for modern conservation
Researchers found that salmon currently in the Kathleen Lake system aren’t so genetically different from their ancestors, while the hatchery kokanee have diverged to the point where they shouldn’t be reintroduced into the wild.
Cambridge Bay arts studio plans welding certification program for young people
The Red Fish Arts Studio, which opened last year in a renovated fish plant, plans to offer the Canadian Welding Bureau certification to its young welders.
Inuvik Huskies back on the ice for all-Indigenous Fred Sasakamoose hockey tournament
The Inuvik Huskies are back in action for the first time in 25 years, reviving a team started up by their parents to promote local sport.
Yukon First Nation launches app to make its language more accessible
Kinngait, Nunavut, resident wins national leadership award for work boosting local recreation