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N.W.T. seeks Fred Henne beach supervision proposals

The N.W.T. Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment is asking for proposals for supervision at the beach at Fred Henne Territorial Park in Yellowknife.

read more at CBC North - posted 23 Apr 2014

Minimum upset price for lots set at $395,000

In deciding to sell two Ogilvie Street lots, the city has essentially taken from one to sell to another, says Sally Wright of the Escarpment Parks Society.

read more at Whitehorse Star - posted 23 Apr 2014

Inspirational teacher recognized for his approach

Whitehorse teacher Peter Harms was recognized Tuesday for providing inspiration and guidance in the field of science education.

read more at Whitehorse Star - posted 23 Apr 2014

Abuser made ‘incalculable impact’ on his victims

In an eight-year jail sentence handed down to a Yukon man convicted of sexual assault against girls in his own family, a territorial court judge has praised four women for coming forward in the wake of trauma.

read more at Whitehorse Star - posted 23 Apr 2014

Igloolik, Nunavut filmmakers turn the lens on suicide

Marie-Hélène Cousineau, co-founder of Arnait Video Productions in Igloolik, says the group is now working on a feature film called Sol, prompted by the death of a friend by suicide a year and a half ago.

read more at CBC North - posted 23 Apr 2014

Div. 1 squash final goes down to wire

The battle of the Yukon’s top two Division 1 squash teams fittingly went down to the wire last night at Better Bodies Whitehorse.

read more at Whitehorse Star - posted 23 Apr 2014

Yukon woman on Team Brazil at world curling championships

A woman who immigrated from South America to the Yukon is now at the Mixed Doubles World Curling Championships in Scotland playing for Team Brazil.

read more at CBC North - posted 23 Apr 2014

Solar power an uphill battle in Fort Chipewyan

California billionaire and climate change activist Tom Steyer was in Fort Chipewyan this week, where local leaders are hoping he’ll pitch in to help bring solar power to the community downstream from the oilsands.

read more at CBC North - posted 23 Apr 2014

Yukon bison herd still too big

The bison-hunting season has closed for the season, and with 136 animals harvested, the herd is still estimated to be around 1,200 animals.

read more at Yukon News - posted 23 Apr 2014

Eagles opt for nest without webcam

Overwhelmed by the glare of the paparazzi, celebrities of all stripes have been known to try and keep their children out of the spotlight.

read more at Yukon News - posted 23 Apr 2014

Christ the King, Montessori Mafia win at biggest wrestling championship

Winning a trophy at the Yukon Elementary Wrestling Championship is no easy feat. It's the biggest wrestling tournament in Canada for the elementary school age group. And this year was the biggest yet.

read more at Yukon News - posted 23 Apr 2014

Yukoners recognized for heritage work

Art and Ione Christensen received the 2013 Annual Heritage Award on Thursday April 17 at a ceremony in Whitehorse. The award acknowledges an outstanding contribution to Yukon heritage.

read more at Yukon News - posted 23 Apr 2014

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