The state of emergency in Aklavik, N.W.T., has ended. It was called just over a week ago due to rising water levels as the community prepared for a possible flood.
Parents, students and staff who have been identified through tracing are being contacted, according to a statement posted to the government of Nunavut’s Facebook page.
A number of areas in central Yukon are under a moderate to extreme fire danger rating heading into the weekend due to hot, dry conditions during the week and anticipated thunderstorms over the weekend that may result in lightning strikes.
Voting for the MLA to replace former Monfwi MLA Jackson Lafferty will be on July 27, if necessary.