Stay off the Jackfish and Bluefish ice, warns NTPC
The Power Corporation warned snowmobilers and others travelling over the ice that the area near its power plant on Yellowknife’s Jackfish Lake is not safe.
What now for the NWT’s kids in care and social workers?
With all manner of clocks ticking, managers must implement a key plan to rescue the NWT’s child welfare system. Updates were provided to MLAs on Wednesday.
DC-3 which flew on D-Day to be restored by Buffalo’s McBryan
According to Mikey McBryan, the aircraft’s logbooks suggest the plane, carrying paratroopers, dropped a dozen 20-pound bombs on June 6, 1944.
Identity of the Northwest Territories’ new senator revealed
Margaret Dawn Anderson is the new senator for the NWT. Anderson, who is Inuvialuit, specialized in community justice as a territorial public servant.
Sushi Café crash driver pleads guilty to impaired driving
A woman who crashed a pickup truck into Yellowknife’s Sushi Café has pleaded guilty to impaired operation of a vehicle and will be sentenced next spring.
Full results from NWT communities’ December elections
Results as Fort McPherson, Fort Providence, Fort Resolution, Paulatuk, Sachs Harbour, and Ulukhaktok vote in municipal elections.
Chief executive Patrick Evans leaves Dominion Diamond
While the Toronto Star said Evans was joining an “executive exodus” at the mining company, the Chamber of Mines said it was “not alarmed.”
New building opens in Aklavik, offering help for homeless
The Beaufort Delta hamlet, with a population of around 650, will use the four-unit building to implement a housing-first model.
Yellowknife RCMP need your help to find Colin Ford, 45
Police in Yellowknife launched a public appeal late on Monday for help finding a missing 45-year-old man.