Eight people, including seven Yellowknifers, have been charged with trafficking cocaine.
Briefs include: crack cocaine found at Hay River dire department training facility, RCMP asking public to be aware of GHB date-rape sedative, and porcupine caribou calving grounds protected from seismic testing.
Briefs include: Rowe’s Construction fined $40,000 for ice auger incident, Yellowknife RCMP make major drug, cash seizures, and Fort Smth resident facing mutiple charges for violent behaviour.
Briefs include: 22 cottage lots to be made available along Ingraham Trail, Yellowknife RCMP make two major drug busts in one week, and Deninu K’ue First Nation re-elects chief.
Briefs include: taxi robbery suspects apprehended, drug warrant yields seven arrests, seizures in Yellowknife, and Power Corp. Chairman steps down.
Briefs include: three men face 33 charges after Yellowkinfe drug bust, reward offered for whooping crane killed at Aransas, GNWT, feds announce extension of affordable housing agreement.
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