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New tourism banners by Yukon artists unveiled for National Tourism Week

April 16, 2024 In recognition of National Tourism Week, the Government of Yukon unveiled a new series of tourism banners featuring the artwork of six Yukon artists. Displayed outside Yukon visitor information centres, in communities, along roadways and at visitor attractions throughout the territory, the banners welcome visitors and showcase the talents of the territory’s […]

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Pangnirtung and Pond Inlet tuberculosis outbreak update

April 16, 2024 The Department of Health is advising that the outbreak of tuberculosis (TB) declared in Pangnirtung on November 25, 2021, as well as the outbreak declared in Pond Inlet on March 17, 2023, is ongoing. Since January 2021, Pangnirtung has 48 individuals diagnosed with active TB and 276 individuals diagnosed with latent TB […]

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Results – Coral Harbour Mayor By-election

April 16, 2024 Results – Coral Harbour Mayor By-election: EMIKTAUT, Lenny: 5 NAKOOLAK, Willie: 61 NETSER, PATTERK: 85 SAVIAKJUK, AIDAN: 49 Rejected: 2 Voter turnout: 43% Total Votes Cast: 202 Patterk Netser has been elected as Mayor for the community of Coral Harbour NT6

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At Annual Forum, United Nations Issues Call for Closing Financial Gaps for Indigenous Peoples

NEW YORK, 15 April (Department of Global Communications) — The largest global annual gathering of Indigenous Peoples, the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, commenced its twenty-third session today at UN Headquarters in New York and will run until 26 April 2024. The proceedings began with a ceremonial welcome by Chief Tadodaho Sid Hill of […]

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Indigenous woman who died at Whitehorse shelter was left lying face down on mattress by staff, inquest hears – CBC

Apr 16, 2024 Coroner’s inquest looks at deaths of 4 Indigenous women at emergency shelter in 2022 and 2023 Footage from the Whitehorse Emergency Shelter’s security camera shown at a coroner’s inquest on Monday showed that hours before Darla Skookum was reported dead, staff placed her on a mattress on the floor, directly on her […]

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Naujaat tuberculosis outbreak update

April 16, 2024 The Department of Health is advising that the outbreak of tuberculosis (TB) declared in Naujaat on May 16, 2023, is ongoing. Since January 2023, 21 individuals have been diagnosed with active TB and 121 individuals have been diagnosed with latent TB in the community. Community members who have been exposed to an […]

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Monfwi MLA concerned ‘a lot of trust has been broken’ between RCMP and Indigenous women – NNSL

April 16, 2024 Monfwi MLA Jane Weyallon Armstrong is concerned that there is a growing rift between Indigenous women and members of the RCMP. “There’s not enough trust,” she told NNSL Media on April 9. “A lot of trust has been broken.” Weyallon Armstrong, who represents the four Tlicho communities of Behchoko, Whati, Gameti and […]

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NTI President Aluki Kotierk Elected Vice-Chair of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

(April 15, 2024 – Iqaluit, Nunavut) Today the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) announced that Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. (NTI) President Aluki Kotierk has been elected to the position of Vice-Chair for the UNPFII. President Kotierk has been a member of the UNPFII since January 1, 2023, and her current appointment runs to […]

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Nunavut Quest kicks off with weekend celebrations in Arctic Bay – Nunatsiaq News

Apr 16, 2024 Nunavut Quest participants from Igloolik and Pond Inlet rolled into Arctic Bay one by one last week. The excitement of Nunavut Quest built as community members rushed to welcome out-of-towners. Families were reunited as they greeted and hugged each other. Ten mushers are signed up to compete in the annual dogsled race […]

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LIFT intersects 24 m at 1.33% Li2O at its Echo pegmatite, Yellowknife Lithium Project, NWT

April 16, 2024 – Vancouver, B.C., Li-FT Power Ltd. (“LIFT” or the “Company”) (TSXV: LIFT) (OTCQX: LIFFF) (Frankfurt: WS0) is pleased to report assays from 17 drill holes completed at the Echo, Fi Main, & Fi Southwest pegmatites within the Yellowknife Lithium Project (“YLP”) located outside the city of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories (Figure 1). Drilling […]

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