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Fire Prevention Week

The Fire Prevention Week supplement is here! Read about the Hay River Fire Department and its volunteer members, fire alarms, how to become a fire preventer… and much more! Click here to download the *.pdf document (8Mb)

Unity vital to development, says Roland

Premier Floyd Roland spoke to attendees at the 10th Inuvik Petroleum Show last Wednesday, expressing that cooperation and unity of Northern leaders is required for the development of Northern resources. The show took place from June 22 – 24, and brings delegates from across Canada together to discuss the North’s petroleum potential.

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GRAD @ DJSS 2010

The 2010 Diamond Jenness Secondary School Graduation Ceremony photos are now online. The Hub is offering print services for your convenience – call us at 867 874 6577 or come by our office to fill in an order form. Payment is required upon placement of the order. Click on the links below for direct access […]

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DJSS grads set to face challenges head on

While they may be heading off in different directions in the coming years, the latest graduates of Diamond Jenness Secondary School promised to do so while remembering where they came from. The forty-two students who graduated from Hay River’s high school on Saturday will be the final class to graduate from the school in its […]

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Twentieth track meet a grand success

This year’s Northwest Territories Track and Field Championships has come to a close, but another successful year is on Hay River’s record. Over 1,000 kids from 17 communities across the NWT were in Hay River from June 2-4 competing for a territorial title. Despite potential complications with the construction of the new trades centre at […]

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Track and Field 2010

As usual, we have put together the Track and Field yearly supplement. Look inside for a list of events, past records, schedules and many many more! See you there!

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DJSS track receives a makeover

Diamond Jenness Secondary School isn’t the only thing getting a makeover this year. The DJSS track, which has played host to the Northwest Territories Track and Field Championships since 1991, will be modified this year due to the construction of the school’s new trade centre. “It certainly is a different look out there,” Tim Borchuk, […]

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Polar Pond Hockey

With the Polar Pond Hockey wrapped up, the winning teams looking forward to the World Pond Hockey Championship 2011, in Plaster Rock, NB, The Hub is presenting the highlights of the event, as seen by our photographers. Photos © the Hub / Andy Spiridonica, Kristin Campbell & Patrick Teskey

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AWG underway in Grande Prairie

“Let the Games begin,” declared Arctic Winter Games president Gerry Thick Saturday night to a roaring crowd of over 1,800 athletes from around the polar world and a packed stadium full of fans. The 2010 Arctic Winter Games have officially begun in Grande Prairie, AB. Hay River’s 36 athletes join the massive Team NWT, made […]

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GNWT budget heavy on infrastructure

Miltenberger made the comments Thursday when he released the territorial budget at the Legislative Assembly in Yellowknife. The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) will maintain service levels in the coming year while investing $222 million in capital and housing infrastructure. The funding, the second part of a two-year, $744 million infrastructure investment announced in last year’s budget, was approved by members of the Legislative Assembly in October.

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