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Northwest Territories

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Fort McMurray Today
Syncrude's wood bison ranch turns 25at the Universities of Calgary and Saskatchewan, the Canadian Food Inspection A
Fort McMurray Today / Posted yesterday
at the Universities of Calgary and Saskatchewan, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Parks Canada, the Government of the Northwest Territories and the Calgary Zoo. About 100 calves are born annually, while the animals are sometimes sold as... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
ACFN hopes new store will end high food pricesMichelle Voyageur said some residents still find it cheaper to buy food in Fort
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 4 days ago
Michelle Voyageur said some residents still find it cheaper to buy food in Fort Smith, a community of 2,500 people in the Northwest Territories straddling the border with Alberta. Although that community is no stranger to northern food prices,... Read more
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The Columbian
Cold snap could bring snowflakes in morning hourssystem remaining just off the coastline for a little chance of showers in the v
The Columbian / Posted 6 days ago
system remaining just off the coastline for a little chance of showers in the valleys. Another colder system from the Northwest Territories slides down along the coast and, again, not much in the way of precipitation. The air mass is cold... Read more
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CBC.ca
Pot consumers paying less than $7 a gram, Statistics Canada survey findsand territory, the average price for a gram of dried cannabis ranges from a low
CBC.ca / Posted 9 days ago
and territory, the average price for a gram of dried cannabis ranges from a low of $5.89 in Quebec to a high of $11.89 in Northwest Territories, compared to the nationwide average of $6.79. In the online survey form, StatsCan provides 2017 price... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Imperial Oil reports fourth-quarter lossfell to 16-year lows. Imperial also recorded a $277-million charge on the Mack
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 12 days ago
fell to 16-year lows. Imperial also recorded a $277-million charge on the Mackenzie natural gas pipeline project in the Northwest Territories it cancelled late last year. That project had won regulatory approval in 2010, but its economic... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Danielson, Gibson qualify for Junior Nationalswhich will be held from March 18 to 24 between the communities of Hay River and
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 12 days ago
which will be held from March 18 to 24 between the communities of Hay River and Fort Smith of the South Slave Region of the Northwest Territories. Sunday, skiers finished with interval start freestyle races. Gibson took sixth in the five-kilometer... Read more
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ARRL Amateur Radio News
RST-Suffix Stations on the AirFor the third year, the North Country DX Association will field RST-suffix stat
ARRL Amateur Radio News / Posted 16 days ago
For the third year, the North Country DX Association will field RST-suffix stations in Alaska, Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Greenland, for the entire month of March. Listen for VY1RST/VY0 and VE8RST/VY0 from Ellesmere Island,... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Zener signs to play college volleyball; Barton to play college hockeywas also named a member of the Team Alaska volleyball squad that will compete a
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 17 days ago
was also named a member of the Team Alaska volleyball squad that will compete at the Arctic Winter Games in Hay River, Northwest Territories, Canada this March. “For a 5-foot-3 or 5-4 player to sign, that tells you what she can do skill-wise... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Man facing child sexual exploitation chargesgirl on social media in order to lure teenage boys. ALERT believes there may b
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
girl on social media in order to lure teenage boys. ALERT believes there may be additional victims in northern Alberta, Northwest Territories, northern British Columbia and Australia. Investigators are working with partner agencies to... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
SoHi hoops sweep Homerwas also named a member of the Team Alaska volleyball squad that will compete a
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 17 days ago
was also named a member of the Team Alaska volleyball squad that will compete at the Arctic Winter Games in Hay River, Northwest Territories, Canada this March. “For a 5-foot-3 or 5-4 player to sign, that tells you what she can do skill-wise... Read more
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CBC.ca
$1.1B class action alleges 'horrific treatment' at former Indian hospitalsthose Indigenous victims of sexual abuse. Hardy was diagnosed with tuberculosi
CBC.ca / Posted 18 days ago
those Indigenous victims of sexual abuse. Hardy was diagnosed with tuberculosis as a child while living in Fort Smith, Northwest Territories. In January 1969, she was admitted to the Charles Camsell Indian Hospital more than 700 kilometres... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
NYO tourney emphasizes community, sportsmanshipwhich will be held March 18 to 24 between the communities of Hay River and Fort
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 19 days ago
which will be held March 18 to 24 between the communities of Hay River and Fort Smith of the South Slave Region of the Northwest Territories. Wilmarth-Agoff won the Senior Girls at 68 inches, while Junior titles went to William Wilson of the... Read more
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CBC.ca
'Huge' pool of 750 people summoned as potential jurors for Colten Boushie casebiggest judicial boundaries in the province. It stretches from just north of Ki
CBC.ca / Posted 20 days ago
biggest judicial boundaries in the province. It stretches from just north of Kindersley all the way to the border with the Northwest Territories. The district that Stanley's jury will be chosen from is huge, stretching all the way north to the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The Royal family's 20 most memorable journeysQuebec, Prince Edward Island and Alberta. The couple also managed to wander a l
Daily Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
Quebec, Prince Edward Island and Alberta. The couple also managed to wander a little off the beaten track, flying to the Northwest Territories – meeting First Nations youngsters in regional capital Yellowknife. In regal footsteps Yellowknife is... Read more
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CBC.ca
U.S. school carnage: Kentucky shooting is 11th attack of new yearand in late January it streaked back to Earth (see the state-of-the-art CBC ani
CBC.ca / Posted 24 days ago
and in late January it streaked back to Earth (see the state-of-the-art CBC animation in this report), breaking up over the Northwest Territories. Canadian and U.S. troops spent weeks looking for its radioactive remains, but it was six civilians who... Read more
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CBC.ca
First Air aiming high with Ottawa airport expansion planFirst Air, an Inuit-owned airline that serves Nunavut and the Northwest Territo
CBC.ca / Posted 25 days ago
First Air, an Inuit-owned airline that serves Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, is looking to expand its operation out of the Ottawa International Airport. The company just submitted an application to the federal government's National Trade... Read more

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