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The NWT government walked back its request that childcare providers stop allowing children to use outdoor play equipment in winter. There had been an outcry.The post GNWT retreats on winter outdoor play equipment ban first appeared on Cabin Radio.
You may have seen empty shelves at the Independent grocery stores in Yellowknife. Staff say a fresh produce delivery is on the way as a labour dispute ends.The post Empty shelves in Yellowknife follow Loblaw dispute in Calgary first appeared on Cabin Radio.
A new plan guides how the NWT will cut emissions and adopt greener power. So far, progress toward the territory's 2030 emissions goal is slower than expected.The post NWT releases new energy action plan after first one misses target first appeared on Cabin Radio.
Rio Tinto showed off a "one-of-a-kind ring" combining an unusual yellow diamond from the NWT's Diavik mine with pink diamonds from Australia.The post $1.7-million ring blends Diavik and Australian diamonds first appeared on Cabin Radio.
"Stop prioritizing geography over who is best suited for the job." A Yellowknife MLA wants to abandon the practice of selecting cabinet members based on region.The post Abandon selection of ministers based on geography, MLA says first appeared on Cabin Radio.
Owners of the Northwest Territories' Gahcho Kué diamond mine say they are "actively reviewing" the potential of expanding into underground mining.The post Gahcho Kué exploring potential for underground expansion first appeared on Cabin Radio.
The Tłı̨chǫ Government says a "major pipe break" is affecting water supply to all Behchokǫ̀ residents who receive piped water.The post ‘Major pipe break’ disrupts Behchokǫ̀ water supply first appeared on Cabin Radio.
NWT residents aged 18 to 30 can now apply to join a climate youth advisory group that'll assist a broader council of northern leaders addressing climate change.The post NWT needs 12 young people for climate advisory group first appeared on Cabin Radio.
NWT RCMP’s Operation Gingerbread will resume in December, using traffic stops and roadside checkpoints to ensure people aren't driving under the influence.The post RCMP launch operation to prevent impaired driving over holidays first appeared on Cabin Radio.
The rate of climate change in the North is exceeding communities’ capacity to adapt, according to a federal report.The post Climate change ‘outpacing North’s capacity to adapt’ first appeared on Cabin Radio.
Police urged Hay River residents to "take back their community" and report drug dealers after officers said they found $133,410 in a car leaving the town.The post RCMP find $133,000 vacuum-sealed in car leaving Hay River first appeared on Cabin Radio.
The NWT has a beaver glut, and the territorial government is bringing back a program that incentivizes residents to "capitalize on demand for beaver castors."The post GNWT brings back funding program for beaver castors first appeared on Cabin Radio.
Police say they have arrested a 21-year-old woman in connection with break-ins at a range of Hay River businesses this month.The post Woman, 21, arrested over series of Hay River break-ins first appeared on Cabin Radio.
Hay River residents with Saturday's explosion still on their minds felt their homes shake again on Tuesday, coinciding with reported earthquakes in Alberta.The post Days after explosion, some Hay River residents are shaken again first appeared on Cabin Radio.
The NWT Power Corporation says Inuvik will be without power for three hours early on Wednesday morning so "critical" work can be done.The post Inuvik to lose power in Wednesday morning planned outage first appeared on Cabin Radio.
Yellowknife's "freakish" snow dump finished days before budget deliberations begin. It was a ton of snow – but is it enough for the city to change its spending?The post Should snow weigh heavily on Yellowknife’s spending plans? first appeared on Cabin Radio.
More than a dozen Yellowknife businesses will keep their doors open on Thursday, December 8 for an evening of late-night shopping.The post Yellowknife businesses to open late for ‘downtown shop hop’ first appeared on Cabin Radio.
The Yellowknife Women's Society wants residents to use "Giving Tuesday" to help it prepare for the winter ahead with donations of food, clothing and cash.The post Yellowknife Women’s Society makes appeal on Giving Tuesday first appeared on Cabin Radio.
The GNWT told childcare providers to keep children off playground equipment all winter for safety reasons. The request triggered a "risky play" debate.The post Don’t use playground equipment in winter, NWT daycares told first appeared on Cabin Radio.
RCMP say a 19-year-old faces charges after a search of his Yellowknife accommodation turned up 84 grams of crack cocaine and more than $20,000 in cash.The post Yellowknife RCMP charge 19-year-old with cocaine trafficking first appeared on Cabin Radio.