Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

REVIEW of ARVIAT INMATE DEATH - KITIKMEOT NEEDS HELP : CBC News - North News Digest 01/01/31

Expand Messages
  • Lessard, George
    PREMIER PROMISES REVIEW AFTER INMATE DEATH The Premier of Nunavut says his government will be investigating the death of an inmate at an Arviat correctional
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 1, 2001
    • 0 Attachment
      PREMIER PROMISES REVIEW AFTER INMATE DEATH
      The Premier of Nunavut says his government will be investigating the
      death of an inmate at an Arviat correctional centre. Paul Okalik says
      they'll review safety procedures at the camp, but it looks like the
      region's unpredictable weather was likely to blame.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31inmate

      KITIKMEOT DEMANDS MORE SPECIAL NEEDS HELP
      People in the Kitikmeot have added their voices to the call for better
      services for children with developmental problems.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31disabled


      -----Original Message-----
      From: CBC News Online [mailto:nwonline@...]
      Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2001 9:00 PM
      To: north-headlines@...
      Subject: CBC News - North News Digest 01/01/31


      ____________________________________________________________

      Find out what's on CBC Radio, Television and Newsworld
      Visit the CBC.CA On-Air Guide:

      http://cbc.ca/onair
      ____________________________________________________________
      NORTH STORIES:

      MAYOR FUMES AS DAWSON CITY OFFICES RAIDED
      The offices of the City of Dawson were raided yesterday by federal
      fisheries officials... and that has the mayor lashing out at what he's
      calling 'police state tactics' by Ottawa. Glen Everitt says the federal
      officials under an R.C.M.P. escort searched the offices looking for
      information about the city's sewer system.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31dawson

      PREMIER PROMISES REVIEW AFTER INMATE DEATH
      The Premier of Nunavut says his government will be investigating the
      death of an inmate at an Arviat correctional centre. Paul Okalik says
      they'll review safety procedures at the camp, but it looks like the
      region's unpredictable weather was likely to blame.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31inmate

      THRONE SPEECH GETS MIXED REACTION IN NORTH
      There was mixed reaction to the federal government's throne speech from
      politicians and community leaders across the north.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31throne

      BERINGIA BUYOUT REPORT RELEASED TODAY
      The report looking into the Yukon government's buyout of a business
      owned by one of its MLAs will be made public Wednesday. Whitehorse
      Centre MLA Mike McLarnon has been the focus of questions surrounding the
      government's purchase of the gift shop he used to run.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31hughes

      BAN PREGNANT WOMEN FROM BOOZE, GROUP SAYS
      An advocacy group in the Yukon says it should be illegal for a bar to
      serve drinks to pregnant women.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31fasyuk

      KITIKMEOT DEMANDS MORE SPECIAL NEEDS HELP
      People in the Kitikmeot have added their voices to the call for better
      services for children with developmental problems.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31disabled

      Y'KNIFE DOCTOR REPRIMANDED FOR LOOSE LIPS
      A Yellowknife doctor has been formally reprimanded for talking about a
      patient's addiction problem.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31doctor

      YUKONERS OPEN UP TO HEALING FOUNDATION
      The Aboriginal Healing Foundation is holding its first ever gathering in
      Whitehorse.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31healing

      SKAGWAY MOVES TO IMPROVE PORT
      Skagway is gearing up to reap the benefits of a gas pipeline through
      Alaska and the Yukon.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31skagway

      TOWN PROMOTES LANGUAGE THROUGH ROAD SIGNS
      Tuktoyaktuk is naming its streets and numbering its houses.
      FULL STORY:
      http://north.cbc.ca/cgi-bin/view?/news/2001/01/31/31signsnwt


      ________________________________
      [snipped]
      ____________________________________________________________

      © Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

      Visit http://cbc.ca/digestregional.html to unsubscribe
      ____________________________________________________________
    Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.