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Feds, GNWT announce $5.6 million for NWT agriculture

Youth trades program enters fifth year in Baker Lake

New owner for Cellar

Fat Fox shuts its doors, for now

Rare earths project back on the table

No need to panic over Jay suspension: MLAs

Health and Social Service fees take a hike

Town looks for Fisherman’s Wharf takeover

Liquor stores can opt out of pot

Is it time to re-examine Northern shipping?

Info session held on oil and gas laws

Legal weed and the workplace

Workplace accidents, deaths down in 2016

Yellowknife farmers market calls for more vendors

AWG economic boost studied

AWG licence plates attract attention

Discovery Air granted creditor protection, ‘business as usual’ for subsidiaries

Japanese bakery finally set to open

Advocates raise alarm over lack of Northern, Indigenous hiring targets for Giant remediation

Action at Pine Point

Junior mining company expands staked claims

Osisko Metals completes acquisition of Pine Point

Kivalliq clothing talent on the rise

Tourism continues to fill hotels, despite new rooms in town

You’ll be workin’ on the railroad

Fish plant announcement on its way, says minister

New marine training facility announced

Promising signs at Ptarmigan Mine

Power corp. wants one rate for all Nunavummiut

Qulliq studies ways to reduce diesel use

Full environmental review for Grays Bay Road and Port project

AWG Host Society gets another Chase the Ace

Pine Point Mining target of friendly acquisition

Dark age for Northern oil

Driftwood Diner closes after six-and-a-half years

First Mining and Exploration awards digs deep

$40-billion housing strategy highlights Northern needs

Mine shines bright

December 1, 2017 – Gahcho Kue

Gahcho Kue Mine released third-quarter results this week.

During the first 10 months of 2017, the mine – owned and operated by De Beers Canada and Mountain Province Diamonds – produced over five million diamond carats. De Beers Canada CEO Kim Truter stated much of the early success could be attributed to the “tremendous project phase” which set the mine up with the right technical, safety and economic cultures.

Signs of life in NWT mining

Local languages at grocery stores