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N.W.T. health officials provide update on Fort Liard COVID-19 situation
Kami Kandola Two probable cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Fort Liard over the past 24 hours.
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Yukon workers' compensation board working with outfitters to improve workplace safety
Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board The Yukon Workers' Compensation Health and Safety Board will continue working with outfitters this year on improving workplace safety plans and practices following a recent fine levied against an outfitter for violations that contributed to the death of an employee, board president says.
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Alaska university ski team reinstated after $628K fundraiser
University of Alaska ski team The University of Alaska Board of Regents has reinstated the university alpine ski team after the program raised enough money to save itself from elimination.
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'It was only a matter of time': Fort Liard residents react to COVID-19 cases
Closed N.W.T. / B.C. border Residents of Fort Liard describe being worried, nervous and on-edge as the community starts its mandatory 14-day containment order on Monday.  
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'Great progress' as vaccines reach Tahltan citizens in northern B.C.
Vaccinations northern BC The Tahltan central government says it has received 600 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine for Telegraph Creek, and Iskut, B.C. Most of those doses have already been administered, which covers more than half of eligible citizens.
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Whitehorse's mayor wants to be a Liberal MLA
Dan Curtis Whitehorse mayor Dan Curtis won't seek re-election in this year's municipal election — instead, he wants to get on the territorial ballot. He's seeking the Liberal nomination in Whitehorse Centre.
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Overcrowded Iqaluit shelters call vaccination clinics a 'stress relief'
Uquutaq society's men shelter Vaccination clinics start Monday in Iqaluit for at-risk groups, including seniors age 65 and over, and people who live in or work at shelters, where staff say social distancing is nearly impossible. 
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Man accused of Yellowknife murder has long and troubling criminal history
Morin Lee Nitsiza A 29-year-old Whatı̀ man accused of murdering a man in Yellowknife this month has a long and increasingly violent criminal history. Morin Lee Nitsiza was arrested Jan. 10, two days after a man was found dead near the downtown homeless shelter and sobering centre.
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N.W.T.'s Business Advisory Council loses co-chair, 2 other members replaced
NWT Legislative Assembly fall 2019 The 17-member council began meeting in early June to advise the government on its economic response to the pandemic.
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Here's the latest on COVID-19 in the North
Virus Outbreak Britain As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, CBC North will work to keep track of the latest confirmed cases in each territory here.
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