Ace gets chased, Wekweeti winner takes home $200,000
A woman from Wekweètì is $200,000 richer after pulling the ace of spades, bringing the Yellowknife Gymnastics Club’s Chase the Ace contest to a close.
Somebody, somewhere in the NWT, forgot to claim $100,000
Since October 7, 2017, the holder of an EXTRA entry bought somewhere in the Northwest Territories has been sitting on $100,000 they have failed to claim.
Every Yellowknife baby’s getting a Richard Van Camp book
The Tłı̨chǫ author’s books will be given away to newborns at Stanton Hospital, through an initiative sponsored by De Beers.
NWT will consult high school students on cannabis law
Northwest Territories politicians will visit Yellowknife and Inuvik high schools as they tour the territory gathering feedback on proposed cannabis legislation.
As Hay River search changes locale, RCMP change tone
Police said their search for missing Hay River man David Park has moved to Alberta, as they called for him to make contact and tell someone he is safe.
Inuvialuit declare record earnings, promise lower airfares
An IRC news release issued on Wednesday states the corporation earned $83 million before tax last year, resulting in a profit of $69 million.
Second wave of arsenic testing for Giant Mine communities
The tests will establish baseline levels of arsenic exposure in the mine’s neighbourhood, and track any change while a clean-up takes place.
Fort Simpson’s Val Gendron earns national volunteer award
Fort Simpson teacher Val Gendron has received the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers from the Governor General in Ottawa.
Inside Stanton Hospital as chemotherapy patients return
Cabin Radio visited the hospital last week, speaking to its chief operating officer and a physician about what has changed and what happens next.