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Fort Smith, N.W.T., puts partial fire ban in place - Tue, 23 Apr 2024 10:23:18 EDT
A sign that says Fort Smith

The ban allows fires in approved backyard pits, but all other fires within the municipal boundary aren't permitted.

Ground search begins in Whitehorse at sites of 2 former dorms for Indigenous students - Tue, 23 Apr 2024 09:41:37 EDT
A man and a woman stand outside, with a river visible behind them.

A ground search began Monday in Whitehorse at the sites of two Indigenous student dormitories that operated between the 1960s and early 1980s.

Salmon depletion in Yukon River puts First Nations community at risk - Mon, 22 Apr 2024 15:04:53 EDT
The view of the Yukon river from Little Salmon Carmacks First Nation. There are yellow trees to your left and the river and mountains and clouds in the distance.

Once there were half a million salmon in the Yukon River, but now they're almost gone. For the Little Salmon Carmacks River Nation, these salmon are an essential part of their culture — and now their livelihood is in peril. IDEAS shares their story as they struggle to keep their identity after the loss of the salmon migration.

City of Yellowknife, feds announce $8.4M to spur new housing development - Tue, 23 Apr 2024 04:00:00 EDT
Yellowknife Deputy Mayor Garett Cochrane (left) made the announcement with MP Michael McLeod at Yellowknife City Hall Monday.

A new $8.4-million funding agreement between the federal government and the City of Yellowknife is intended to fast-track over 150 homes in the next three years and spur the construction of 2,500 homes in the city over the next decade.

New ambulance in Dawson City, Yukon, better for patients and paramedics, officials say - Tue, 23 Apr 2024 04:00:00 EDT
A group of paramedics sitting and standing at the back of an ambulance.

The Yukon Emergency Medical Services team in Dawson City has a brand new ambulance. It comes equipped with features expected to not only improve the quality of care patients receive, but the ability to provide the care for responders.

'We never asked to be saved': Whitehorse Star owners say doomed paper is not for sale - Mon, 22 Apr 2024 18:56:54 EDT
Two women stand next to each other, both wearing green coats and glasses.

The owners of the 124-year-old Whitehorse Star newspaper say their decision to close the business is final. That's put a halt to local fundraising efforts to save the paper as it prepares to publish its final issue next month.

Nunavut man charged with first-degree murder - Mon, 22 Apr 2024 16:13:55 EDT
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Nunavut RCMP said in a news release Monday Danny Paul Eyaituk, 38, was charged after the body of Annie Tracy Oqaituq, 38, was found at their home.

N.W.T. updates its emergency plan ahead of 'high-risk season' - Mon, 22 Apr 2024 15:25:15 EDT
A woman speaks at a desk with a microphone in front of her

The government of the Northwest Territories has made some changes to its emergency plan ahead of the 2024 "high-risk season." The plan describes the emergency management framework in the N.W.T. and the roles and responsibilities of departments, governments and non-government agencies. 

Winner of Dawson City, Yukon's 1st potato race takes home trophy and bragging rights - Mon, 22 Apr 2024 14:33:18 EDT
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'I'm feeling absolutely fantastic,' said the U.K.'s Conor Driscoll on Sunday, after his aerodynamic spud won Dawson City, Yukon's inaugural potato race on Sunday.

Monday marks Gwich'in Day across the N.W.T. - Mon, 22 Apr 2024 11:28:53 EDT
A man in a black coat with a dress shirt underneath.

Monday marks the day the Gwich'in land claim was signed and to celebrate it, events are being held all across the Mackenzie Delta.

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