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City of Yellowknife looking to add to its bus fleet

The City of Yellowknife has shared that the buses with the Public Transit service have been experiencing a host of mechanical issues. This is in part due to their advanced age, and the condition of the current transit fleet. The City has been working with the company who produces the...

Yellowknife Snow Cleaning for Week of February 19th

The City of Yellowknife has shared the snow cleaning schedule for the week of February 19th. Monday, February 19, 2024 51st Avenue from 52nd Street to 46th Street; 47th Street from 49th Avenue to Franklin Avenue; and 53rd Street from Franklin Avenue to 52nd Avenue   Tuesday, February 20, 2024 50th Street...

RCMP Investigate Facebook Marketplace Robbery

The Yellowknife RCMP have laid charges on a youth after an investigation into a Facebook Marketplace sale. Back on November 22nd, the Yellowknife RCMP were informed that an attempted armed robbery took place after the complainant tried to make a sale of an item that was offered on the Facebook...

City of Yellowknife Offering March Break Programs for Students

The City of Yellowknife has shared some of the special events that will be running over the March Break. To help keep kids engaged over the two week break, the City is offering a special Day Camp intended for children between the ages of 7 to 12. The first session...

Yellowknife Music Teacher Nominated for National Award

A Yellowknife music teacher is in the running to receive an award from one of Canada’s leading music education charities. The MusiCounts Teacher of the Year award was first established in 2005 to help recognize exceptional music teachers across the entire country. Canadian music teachers are eligible for this award...

City of Yellowknife Approves After Action Report of 2023 Wildfires

The City of Yellowknife, following in similar steps being discussed by the Legislative Assembly, have announced that there will be a review and investigation into the actions that were taken during last year’s wildfire emergency. The City has hired KPMG, an audit and tax advisory company with offices across Canada,...
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