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Speedy drivers in Inuvik get gentle reminder to slow down

The town of Inuvik has bought an electronic sign that displays the speed of oncoming vehicles in hopes of slowing traffic and even saving lives.

read more at CBC North - posted 29 Aug 2014

N.W.T.’s Bluenose-East, Bathurst caribou in ‘alarming’ decline

A June survey of the Northwest Territories’ barren ground caribou calving grounds suggest both the Bluenose-East and the Bathurst caribou herds ‘are declining at an alarming rate.’

read more at CBC North - posted 29 Aug 2014

Family faces eviction from a home they thought they owned

The chief of the Salt River First Nation in Fort Smith, N.W.T., has given a family of five until 6 p.m. tonight to vacate their home. Anthony John McKay was once a tenant of the First Nation, but he says the band council...

read more at CBC North - posted 29 Aug 2014

Kugluktuk man denies Yellowknife sex assault charge

Noel Avadluk Jr., who is representing himself in court this week, told the judge and jury he had consensual sex with the complainant at her Yellowknife apartment more than two years ago.

read more at CBC North - posted 29 Aug 2014

Yukon gets new women’s tennis champ

Aline Halliday's first run in the open women's division was a good one. She aced it.

read more at Yukon News - posted 29 Aug 2014

Landmark mulls fate of Whitehorse theatres

Calgary-based Landmark Cinemas, which operates both the Yukon and Qwanlin theatres, announced it is actively working to resolve the fate of the buildings.

read more at Yukon News - posted 29 Aug 2014

Jeff Wiggins hits five over for 15th at B.C. championship

A strong performance at the B.C. championships is opening doors for Mountain View Golf Club pro Jeff Wiggins.

read more at Yukon News - posted 29 Aug 2014

Watson Lake woman builds puppy palace

Cheryl McGrath freely admits she's surrounded by more cuteness than the average person. That's just what happens when you have 22 dogs at your house.

read more at Yukon News - posted 29 Aug 2014

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