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Meet the Trailbreaker's Employee of the Month: Walmart greeter Thomas Holst
Thomas Holst, greeter at Yellowknife's only Walmart, is well-known and well-loved amongst customers.
Indigenous woman reunites with mother after more than 30 years of separation
Theresa Atkinson's daughter was placed for adoption as a young child. After a decades-long search, the mother and daughter reunited in Edmonton — after more than 30 years of separation.
Your North: Best reader photos for the week of Oct. 15
The seasons are changing, and in some places across the North, the snow is here to stay — while others are enjoying another few weeks of fall colours. Take a look at fall across the territories in our gallery of your best shots from the past week from across the North.
Pot allergies a public health concern, says Yukon man
'It's a human right to be able to breathe air and to walk around in the city of Whitehorse,' said Anthony Gucciardo, who says he's allergic to marijuana smoke.
'It's kind of my first language': How 2 women are using art and film to heal
Lana Whiskeyjack and Beth Wishart MacKenzie’s art and film installation pikiskwe-speak is at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in Yellowknife until early November. It explores the legacy of residential schools, and reconciliation.
'If I lose my right, I have nothing': A Mi'kmaw fisherwoman's fight for her right to fish
'I can't do this alone': Kids from Northern Quebec still taking medevac flights without parents
Mi'kmaq couple start backyard beekeeping business
Nunavut musicians celebrate mental health in Resolute Bay
New collection of world famous Cape Dorset prints on display today
New Yellowknife councillors happy to 'bridge the gap' of diversity