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Northern media pioneer remembered

Friends, colleagues and family members are paying tribute to a northern media giant this week. Jack “Sig” Sigvaldason, founder and president of Northern News Services, died in Ottawa Aug. 9 after a brief illness. He...

T-minus 48 hours and counting

“It's coming together nicely.” Those were the words of Greg Rowe, president of the 2018 Arctic Winter Games host society on Wednesday. The curtain is about to rise on the big show on Sunday with the...

T-minus 48 hours and counting

“It's coming together nicely.” Those were the words of Greg Rowe, president of the 2018 Arctic Winter Games host society on Wednesday. The curtain is about to rise on the big show on Sunday with the...

Let the Games begin – finally

Wow. As you are reading this, the opening ceremonies will be a mere 48 hours away, which will signify the 25th Arctic Winter Games getting underway in Fort Smith and in Hay River. I’d like to...

Get your AWG tickets Friday

Guess what? Tickets will soon be on sale online for the 2018 Arctic Winter Games opening and closing ceremonies, along with the cultural gala performance! The opening ceremony, sponsored by Northwestel, will take place March...

YK Food Rescue making fight against hunger a priority

What began as a way to salvage food, has turned into a fight against hunger. The Yellowknife Food Rescue team has been around the community for almost a decade, rescuing food from grocery stores and...

Pilot recalls plane crash on tundra

Three men are lucky to be alive after their plane crashed while taking off from a remote fishing camp about 100 nautical miles west of Rankin Inlet this past month. The Cessna 180 was piloted...

Competition bureau closes airline investigations

The Competition Bureau has found no evidence of anti-competitive acts between First Air and Canadian North. This follows a yearlong investigation into First Air and Canada North, which closed on Tuesday. The bureau also closed investigations...

Target of 20-year-old lawsuit launched after school fire wants it dropped

A Yellowknife-based architecture and engineering company the NWT government blames for the destruction of a Pangnirtung school in the 1990s is asking the case be dismissed due to what it calls an “inordinate delay”...
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