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July 8, 2021
CBC North - It was the same kind of relief Sean Whelly, the mayor of Fort Simpson, N.W.T., wanted sent to his village a few months before. "I just can't understand why Fort Simpson and the Dehcho didn't get the same kind of attention." CBC set out to find out why military response to extreme flooding in both territories, just months apart, is so different. Canadian Rangers are "self-sufficient" members of the military's reserve forces who work in "remote, isolated and coastal" communities, according to their website. Fort Simpson, N.W.T., is already thinking about how to do things differently, based on the response in Yukon.
July 2, 2021
CBC North - (John Van Dusen/CBC News)She said she was taken aback by how many turned out — so many, she said the city ran out of orange shirts. "Our children are going to remember the sea of orange, they're going to remember marching through the streets together more than they might of ever remembered a parade." (John Van Dusen/CBC News)White-Keyes said this year marks a shift in how people approach July 1, Canada Day. Kaitlyn White-Keyes says the children who were part of the march on July 1 in Yellowknife will likely remember the 'sea of orange.' (John Van Dusen/CBC News)Hundreds take part in a drum dance in Yellowknife's Somba K'e Park July 1.
June 29, 2021
NNSL Media - As Canada’s five-year moratorium on oil and gas exploration in Arctic waters comes up for review, negotiations are underway to re-open the Beaufort Sea to potential drilling. Harlow said the GNWT was hoping to establish a Beaufort Drilling Accord, which would spell out decision making powers, responsibilities and determining who collects what share of the revenue. AdvertisementNoting Ottawa maintains jurisdiction over the Beaufort Sea as part of the 2014 NWT Devolution Agreement, Industry, Tourism and Investment Minister Caroline Wawzonek said the GNWT’s main objective was to bring the decision making back to the Beaufort Delta and the GNWT. The report also notes that regardless of if drilling occurs in the Beaufort Sea or not the ecosystem would be under pressure from cruise ships, military operations and movement of goods. This means any company that wants to extract oil from the Beaufort Sea would have a maximum of 15 years to establish a rig.
June 16, 2021
NNSL Media - On June 15 western premiers met virtually to discuss shared priorities, such as reopening plans, healthcare and economic recovery. Hosted by Nunavut, the Premiers of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Yukon were present at the Western Premiers Conference as well as Northwest Territories Premier Caroline Cochrane and Nunavut Premier Joe Savikataaq. Maintaining and increasing healthcare funding which came with the COVID-19 pandemic was one topic Savikataaq touched on in his opening remarks. In a shared release, the western premiers were unanimous in their call for immediate and ongoing increases to the CHT, to achieve and maintain a federal share of 35 percent of provincial and territorial healthcare funding. She made clear to other premiers Indigenous communities must take the lead in the ongoing searches of residential schools.
June 4, 2021
CBC North - Hundreds of people took to Yellowknife streets Friday afternoon as part of the Dene Nation memorial gathering honouring the remains of an estimated 215 children found at a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C. Friday's march started off at the site of the former Akaitcho Hall residential school, at about noon, with opening remarks. Signs at the Dene Nation memorial gathering march in Yellowknife on Friday read 'Every child matters' and '215 souls!!! (Avery Zingel/CBC)Participants in the Dene Nation memorial march made a stop in front of St. Patrick's Catholic church in Yellowknife. People took to the streets in Yellowknife as part of the Dene Nation memorial gathering.
May 31, 2021
CBC North - Dene Nation Chief Norman Yakeleya holds the residential schools file for the Assembly of First Nations and called the discovery 'devastating.' (Sidney Cohen/CBC News)Yakelaya holds the residential schools file for the Assembly of First Nations and called the discovery "devastating." This map shows the location of residential schools identified by the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement. __________________________________________________________________Support is available for anyone affected by the effects of residential schools, and those who are triggered by the latest reports. A national Indian Residential School Crisis Line has been set up to provide support for former students and those affected.
May 29, 2021
CBC North - The travel restrictions put in place last March haven't changed, with few exceptions such as shortening the self-isolation period for residents if they test negative on their eighth day of isolation. The Yukon loosened most of its COVID-19 restrictions last week, including the mandatory 14-day self-isolation policy for Canadians who are fully vaccinated. government hasn't dedicated any money to bring mental health supports to smaller communities, who grapple with slow Internet service. Great Slave MLA Katrina Nokleby noted the long-lasting mental health effects are felt outside of remote communities too, as people she knows continue to struggle. That way, he continued, people would know where to access mental health services while getting a better understanding of what is expected of them during isolation.
May 21, 2021
CBC North - While the country averaged a never-before-seen 8.4 per cent increase in productivity, and neighbouring territories Yukon and Nunavut saw productivity gains upwards of 20 per cent, the N.W.T. (Chris Wattie/REUTERS)But the numbers also show productivity drops in other areas: oil and gas, warehousing and transportation, communications, and even education. It's also the second year in a row productivity has dropped — the N.W.T. Most provinces and territories saw declines upward of 12 per cent. and other territories, the more important question is whether the private sector still wants to invest in those places.
May 7, 2021
My Yellow Knife Now - - Advertisement -The NWT saw the largest decline in GDP in Canada in 2020, dropping by 10.4 per cent, according to the NWT Bureau of Statistics. NWT’s decline was nearly twice as large as the national average, with the next highest percentage drop in GDP happening in Alberta at 8.2 per cent. Most areas of the economy saw a decline, with mining declaring by more than 30 per cent. The biggest decline was in air transportation, which saw economic output decline by 61.3 per cent in 2020. Construction was the sector that saw the highest growth overall, growing by more than 27 per cent overall.
CONSTRUCTION: Construction association gives GNWT direction on procurement changes NWT construction association
May 1, 2021
NNSL Media - As the GNWT reviews its procurement policy for awarding government contracts, it will have seven recommendations to ponder from the NWT and Nunavut Construction Association. Finding skilled workers and local people who can fill various roles remain chief among the barriers within the Northern construction industry, he said. Wawzonek pointed to a memorandum of understanding reached with the Tlicho Government that enhances the procurement process on Tlicho lands. -Provide certainty to NWT businesses through improved communication on GNWT construction projects. -Use GNWT procurement policy to incentivize the adoption of recognized safety programs across the construction industry.