A forensic wildlife lab in Alerbta, which matches DNA from an abandoned animal carcass to things like meat found in a suspect's freezer, is offering its services to wildlife officers in the Northwest Territories.
Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen of DNV-GL says the council's international treaty on Arctic search and rescue, as well as the agreement on marine oil pollution can go a long way towards improving safety in Arctic waters.
When April Hayward's character succombs to the "depths of her miserableness," she cuts off all her hair to sell it. Hayward decided she'd cut her 10-inch-long hair off too and donate it to Locks for Love.
Last winter, six youth and one elder from a small Cree community in northern Quebec embarked on a 1,600-kilometre journey they hoped would change their lives. By the time they arrived in Ottawa they had received national media attention. But many wondered if it would have lasting impacts on the community.
At a meeting in Yellowknife last night, a high school principal said he's hearing ‘a great deal of fear from parents’ about a proposal for the Y-K1 School District to give up one of its schools to the francophone school board.