Jenna Dulewich is a journalist with CBC North.
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Délįnę women team up to teach Indigenous languages through cooking
Learning mother tongue with moose tongue? How two Délįnę women teamed up to teach traditional languages with bannock and stews
Tradition meets technology for new ice tracking in Tuktoyaktuk
Check the ice and weather conditions from the comforts of your own home in Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T., with new technology that incorporates traditional knowledge.
Mental health assessment requested for Hay River man accused of murder
The defence lawyer for James Colosimo has requested a mental health assessment to see if his client is fit to stand trial. Colosimo is accused in the death of an 18-year-old in Hay River, N.W.T.
Planned power outage causes chaos in Colville Lake, N.W.T.
The health centre and water treatment plant were some of the buildings affected after a two-hour planned power outage resulted in frozen pipes.
A non-traditional year for the N.W.T. Traditional Games Championships
The annual school competition won't take part in person, but student athletes will still get a chance to show their Arctic Sports and Dene Games skills from the comfort of their own communities.
A day in a not-so-average job: riding along with Yellowknife's Street Outreach
What does an average day look like for Yellowknife's Street Outreach team? There isn't one.
Solar projects in Inuvik awarded $800k
Nihtat Energy Ltd. was recently awarded $800,000 from the federal government to move forward with solar projects this summer.
Warm winter weather making it a difficult hunting season in N.W.T.
From lack of animals on the landscape to safety concerns, to stories of changes in the snow and wind, several northerners discussed the ‘weird’ season and its impact on hunting this year.
Across the N.W.T. communities will say goodbye to 2020 with a bang
New Year's eve festivities in the N.W.T. will go ahead in most communities with residents asked to maintain physical distancing.
Generosity of northerners comes through in annual Christmas kettle campaign
The annual Salvation Army Christmas campaign raised 95 per cent of its $44,000 goal as of Dec. 23.