Cabin Radio’s rolling news – updated Saturday, 2:38pm
Concise, regular posts bringing you a range of Northwest Territories stories.
Hay River, Fort Smith aim to pay down $50K AWG deficit
Hay River and Fort Smith are trying to pay off a $50,000 deficit left over from the 2018 Arctic Winter Games.
New public appeal over latest Yellowknife gun theft
Police say they need to speak to anyone who was on the road or trails near Haener Drive on Tuesday night.
Fort Smith appoints new head of protective services
Meet TJ Moore, Fort Smith’s new protective services supervisor: he’s responsible for the fire and ambulance departments, bylaw, and emergency management.
Yellowknife RCMP, who put sex assault victim in cell, say ‘things have changed’
The commander of Yellowknife’s detachment defended the decision to lock up a female sex assault victim in 2017, adding services available had since improved.
Fort McPherson canoeists, Robin Mercer-Sproule head to hall of fame
Robin Mercer-Sproule, Abe Thiel, and a team of six canoeists from Fort McPherson are to enter the Northwest Territories’ Sport Hall of Fame.
A sell-out here, a slow day there: day one of legal NWT cannabis
We check in with Yellowknife, Fort Smith, Fort Simpson, and Norman Wells to see how how the first day of cannabis legalization went.
Hay River candidate takes last town council seat by luck
After a recount left two candidates tied, Hay River’s Joseph Melanson won the last seat on the town’s council by a drawing of lots.
If you buy cannabis (legally) in the NWT, here’s where the money goes
Here’s what happens to your hard-earned cash once it goes up in smoke at the territorial government’s cannabis website or your local liquor store.