Yellowknife's YK1 school district says school gymnasiums will be once again available to the public from Saturday, November 7, with pandemic measures in place.
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As the race to find a temporary day shelter for Yellowknife continues, the territorial government confirmed a new, permanent shelter is set to be built by 2023.
Use a lot next to a school, pick a temporary structure that may not be well-equipped, or search yet again? Options for a new Yellowknife shelter are limited.
Charles Auger is living with "unbelievable pain." His shoulder surgery has been delayed as equipment sterilizers remain broken at Stanton Territorial Hospital.
New 48-bed long-term care facilities in Hay River and Inuvik are on hold because construction costs have risen, creating "a shortfall of $31.5 million."
Jackson Lafferty says the NWT needs a residential addictions treatment centre. Julie Green, like a succession of health ministers, says it's not that simple.
Elders without medical escorts can come home not knowing what happened or what was said, Inuvik Twin Lakes MLA Lesa Semmler said. "This shouldn't be happening."
Hay River is being told to consider getting a new water treatment facility, which would cut down on boil-water advisories. The problem is finding the money.
With a wary eye on the way gatherings are driving a Covid-19 spike in the south, the NWT urged residents to stick to the rules while still enjoying Halloween.
The territorial government said a Covid-19 presumptive positive in Inuvik had now been confirmed, becoming the territory's 10th recorded case of the virus.
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