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Mackenzie Valley pipeline project officially one for the history books – North

Mackenzie Valley pipeline project officially one for the history books - North

The a lot expected however lengthy-doubted Mackenzie Valley pipeline project has long gone out with a sigh. On Friday, Imperial Oil posted a press unencumber to its site saying the project’s proponents had dissolved the joint-undertaking partnership using the Mackenzie Valley Gas Project. The joint-undertaking incorporated Imperial Oil Resources Limited, ConocoPhillips …

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Yukon chief seeks Trudeau’s help to stop U.S. oil drilling in caribou habitat – North

Yukon chief seeks Trudeau's help to stop U.S. oil drilling in caribou habitat - North

A Yukon First Nation desires Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to intrude with the White House to stop the most recent American push to drill for oil in fragile Arctic caribou habitat. Chief Bruce Charlie of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation is hoping to have American plans to drill for oil in the …

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Feds tell European Space Agency it’s unhappy with plan to drop rocket in Arctic waters – North

Feds tell European Space Agency it's unhappy with plan to drop rocket in Arctic waters - North

The federal executive has instructed the European Space Agency it’s unhappy about plans to release a satellite tv for pc on Friday that might drop a rocket level most probably containing poisonous gas in the delicate waters of the Canadian Arctic. The European Space Agency’s Sentinel-5P satellite tv for pc …

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Inuit, Ottawa launch task force to fight tuberculosis in the North – North

Inuit, Ottawa launch task force to fight tuberculosis in the North - North

The Canadian govt and Inuit have introduced a task force aimed toward tackling the tuberculosis disaster throughout Inuit Nunangat. Among Inuit, the tuberculosis fee in 2015 used to be greater than 270 occasions upper than the fee amongst Canadian-born non-Indigenous other people. “We’re in a historic moment today because the federal …

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Inuit call for halt on satellite launch over rocket’s toxic fuel fears – North

Inuit call for halt on satellite launch over rocket's toxic fuel fears - North

Inuit are calling on the Canadian and Danish governments to step in and halt a world satellite launch subsequent week, over fears the rocket’s particles dangers contaminating an ecological haven within the High Arctic. On Thursday, the European Space Agency and the Netherlands Space Office are launching the Sentinel-5P satellite from …

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Lynx kittens turn Alaska photographer’s deck ‘into a romper room’ – North

Lynx kittens turn Alaska photographer's deck 'into a romper room' - North

Tim Newton were given away from bed, slipped into his Crocs and trudged over to his window. It used to be simply prior to crack of dawn on a Tuesday, when one thing woke him up. That wasn’t odd. His house — positioned close to a state park within the outskirts …

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Did giants roam Canada’s Northwest Territories — or do they still? – North

Did giants roam Canada's Northwest Territories — or do they still? - North

A couple of pictures are stirring the folklore pot within the Northwest Territories — or most likely extra as it should be, leaving a large affect. Both footage, despatched to CBC North, display lakes that resemble gigantic footprints. “Godzilla exist!” Eric James wrote on CBC North’s Facebook web page, below the picture of …

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Iqaluit jail damaged as 4 inmates wreak havoc – North

Iqaluit jail damaged as 4 inmates wreak havoc - North

Four inmates on the Baffin Correctional Centre in Iqaluit damaged a sizeable portion of the jail’s inside Monday night time and early Tuesday. They had been got rid of and are being held on the Iqaluit RCMP detachment. Chris Stewart, performing director of corrections for the territory’s Department of Justice, instructed CBC the …

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Distorted inukshuk art at Toronto airport angers some Inuit – North

Distorted inukshuk art at Toronto airport angers some Inuit - North

The means 3 inukshuks displayed out of doors Toronto’s Pearson International Airport had been reassembled has angered some Inuit. The items, out of doors Terminal 1, have been bought through the government for set up at the airport in 1963. They have been constructed through Kiakshuk, an elder from Cape Dorset, Nunavut, …

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‘Nobody else saw him’: Yellowknife woman saves man dumped from garbage bin into truck – North

'Nobody else saw him': Yellowknife woman saves man dumped from garbage bin into truck - North

A woman’s smoke destroy is being credited for saving a man from probably being overwhelmed within a garbage truck. Jody Prince says she used to be having a cigarette Tuesday at the balcony of her condominium close to Old Airport Road in Yellowknife, N.W.T, when she saw a garbage truck …

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