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Posted Monday, May 07, 2018

The City of Yellowknife has contracted Dillon Consulting to lead the development of the 2018 Community Plan Review. The purpose of a community plan is to provide a framework to guide the physical development of a municipality with regard to sustainability, environment, and the economic, social and cultural development of the community.  The City’s Community Plan was last updated in 2012. The Community Planning and Development Act of the Northwest Territories requires...
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Posted Friday, May 04, 2018

The City of Yellowknife and Ecology North invite residents to a compost sale on Saturday May 12 from 10 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (noon) at the Solid Waste Facility. The cost of the compost is $5 per 20 litre pail, with a maximum of ten pails per order.  For larger orders, please contact the Solid Waste Facility by emailing swfinfo@yellowknife.ca or calling (867) 669-3406 to set up an appointment. Residents are asked to report to the gatehouse and bring your own container. The...
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Posted Thursday, May 03, 2018

Win Your Space YK, a business incubation competition aimed at inspiring Yellowknifers to start or expand their business and revitalizing the city’s downtown area has plenty of prizes to offer winners. The grand prize winner will receive one year of free leased space at a participating property located downtown. In addition the top three finalists will all receive a media start-up package offered by With Media and Raven Web Services and a business photography package offered...
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Posted Thursday, May 03, 2018

The City of Yellowknife in collaboration with Ecology North, Yellowknife Farmers Market and the Government of Northwest Territories has published a Sustainable Event Checklist. The checklist provides event organizers with information on running a sustainable, zero waste, bottled water free, energy conscious event in Yellowknife. The checklist focuses on waste reduction, active transportation, food procurement and catering, as well as offering tips on how to support volunteers...
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Posted Thursday, May 03, 2018

There are a total of sixteen planned construction projects taking place within the City of Yellowknife this summer. The following road paving, water and sewer work, trail and facility improvements were allocated in the 2018 Budget: • Franklin Avenue • Finlayson Drive • Calder Crescent • Lamoureux Road • Engle Business District • Northland Trailer Park • Grace Lake Boulevard • Williams Avenue • Hall Crescent    •...
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