News From CDETNO

Information session on pathways to permanent residence
CDETNO invites you to an information session on access routes to permanent residence on Wednesday, May 29, 2024, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. This free virtual information session will be hosted by an agent from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to assist French-speaking temporary residents in learning more about the various paths to permanent residence in Canada outside of Quebec
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Yellowknife residents attended CDETNO dinner and learn on wildfire
Dozens of individuals participated in the CDETNO dinner and learn event on Tuesday, May 7, as part of Wildfire Community Preparedness Day. After enjoying delicious dishes prepared by My African Cuisine, the group attended an interactive presentation by Mike Westwick, the Manager of Wildfire Prevention and Mitigation. During a little over an hour-long session, participants were informed about the c

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Those ’70s Stories: Gold Heists and Hijinks
There was a week that winter that got real cold, so cold you could toss a glass of water up and watch it vaporize and freeze. You had to be careful if you were exerting yourself outside as you could scorch your lungs – freeze the tissue in your breathing cavity. An upside to it being that clear and frigid was seeing the northern lights sometimes. My oil space heater was doing the job but one night
A Fierce Love
I had a bunch of missed calls from my mom. In her voicemails she asked me, worried, to call her back as soon as possible. I’d been at work and had to pick up my son at school. I called her back. She picked up the phone, earnest, hesitant. “You okay, Panik?” “Yeah, I’m fine. Why, what’s up?” “I just came back from the police station.” “For what?” “A young girl was murdered by a man named Raymond Co
Paddles or Pickaxes?
A 45-minute drive, three short portages and you’re in Hidden Lake Territorial Park. The first islands are beautiful — overcamped, maybe, but idyllic. If you pass through them into the winding northern portion of the park, a corridor with bays out to the sides and gentle peninsulas, you can sometimes find a bit more room to breathe. At the end of this corridor is a little pinch that signifies the e