Cabin Radio’s rolling news – updated Tuesday, 2:48pm
Concise, regular posts bringing you a range of Northwest Territories stories.
New Fort Smith daycare to open, offering eight places
A society working to open a new daycare in Fort Smith has announced it is partnering with the Town to make the project happen.
Downtown Yellowknife eateries battling bugs, say inspectors
Health inspectors say two establishments in the same downtown Yellowknife mall are “trying to do their best” with insect problems.
Wanna be an ombud, bud? The NWT’s accepting applications
If you think you can handle five years of people complaining about the territorial government, becoming the Northwest Territories’ first ombud may be for you.
Twin Pine Diner invites Yellowknife over for Christmas dinner
“I’ve spent quite a few miserable Christmases alone when I was younger,” chef Robin Wasicuna told Cabin Radio, explaining his motivation for the offer.
Bell preparing Yellowknife test for new helicopter – report
Bell Helicopters is reported to be planning NWT cold-weather testing for its new Bell 525 Relentless series early in 2019.
Rules on RCMP breath samples from drivers change on Tuesday
New legislation means RCMP can ask drivers for mandatory breath samples starting on December 18.
Three missing Yellowknife youths found “safe and sound”
Yellowknife RCMP have confirmed the three youth who went missing over the weekend have been located “safe and sound” in N’Dilo after receiving a tip on Monday morning.
Flight forced back as NWT fuel contractor quits on the spot
A flight from Inuvik to Paulatuk was forced to turn around on Friday as a fuel contractor was said to quit their post without warning.