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  • Ottawa announces new funding, satellite dish for Inuvik facility

    Ottawa announces new funding, satellite dish for Inuvik facility0

    The burgeoning Inuvik Satellite Station Facility celebrated a $3.7-million funding boost last week from the federal government, along with a new antenna to support operations at the site.
    Colin Carrie, parliamentary secretary to the Environment minister, was in Inuvik on Thursday on behalf of Natural Resources (NRCan) Minister Greg Rickford, to make the announcement.

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Arts & Culture

  • Artists bring colour to Fort Smith for Summer Splash

    Artists bring colour to Fort Smith for Summer Splash0

    Art lovers in the South Slave toured through Fort Smith from Aug. 6-16 while attending the community’s annual Summer Splash arts festival. Kids and adults alike participated in a slew of workshops, from acting lessons to crafting polymer dolls, with artists hailing from as far away as Nova Scotia. Take a look for a taste of this year’s event.

Editorial

  • In order to retain power, anything goes

    In order to retain power, anything goes0

    So far, two things that are bad for Canada stand out in the federal election campaign of 2015. Although climate change is the ‘elephant in the room,’ none of the three major parties are saying much about the impacts and what Canada must do about it.

Opinion

  • Gardening with Lone: Summer turns to fall

    Gardening with Lone: Summer turns to fall0

    Rain has finally arrived in the Yellowknife area in the last few days, and for the first time this summer, it has rained for an entire day. The air is fresh, and the soil is drinking up this nectar of the Gods; much needed moisture for the land and the gardens. It eases my week as I now get a break from the many hours of watering in my three gardens. It is a relief to know there is enough rain to penetrate the dry layer of soil to reach the roots of the plants. It is so nice to breathe humid air rather than dust and smoke from the forest fires.

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