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Kitikmeot Inuit Association elects vice-presidents and Cambridge Bay board member

Members of the Kitikmeot Inuit Association went to the polls on Monday to decide upon new executives. Clara Evalik prevailed over Charlie Lyall in the race for vice-president of economic development. Evalik was named on...

Board members elected to hunters and trappers organizations

Numerous communities across Nunavut held elections for hunters and trappers board members on Monday. Below are some of the outcomes. If you have results that you’d like to see included, please contact us at...

Complete Kivalliq election results

Listed below are the official results from the municipal elections held across the Kivalliq on Oct. 28 and 29. Each community now has eight hamlet council seats and the mayor's position up for election every...

Council, DEA appointments will fill shortfalls; Cape Dorset mayor still wants the job

Due to a lack of candidates in some communities, appointments to hamlet council and district education authorities will be required and alcohol education committee shortfalls may trigger byelections. Dustin Fredlund is Nunavut’s chief electoral officer....

Candidates finalized for Nunavut municipal elections

CORRECTION: This story has been updated to reflect that the nomination period for mayor will not be extended in Cape Dorset as that is not permitted under the Nunavut Elections Act.  Nominations closed Friday for...

Daniel Masuzumi elected chief of Fort Good Hope

Fort Good Hope elected Daniel Masuzumi as its new chief Tuesday. The final tally gave Masuzumi 166 votes, sealing a win over incumbent Wilfred McNeely Jr's 88 votes, Fort Good Hope charter community office staff...
Katrina Nokleby MLA candidate Great Slave.

Katrina Nokleby to run for MLA in Great Slave

Katrina Nokleby, a Yellowknife engineer, is announcing her intent to run for MLA in the riding of Great Slave, according to a Monday news release. Nokleby has been living and working in the North since...

Smith’s Landing First Nation election results face appeal

The June 12 election of Chief and Council of Smith's Landing First Nation is facing an appeal, according to a June 24 notice of hearing. The anonymous appellant alleges eight election irregularities. She claimed four...
A campaign sign for Adrian Bell was vandalized over the weekend. Dylan Short/NNSL photo

Election signs vandalism includes racist slurs

Three candidates running in the Yellowknife municipal election awoke Monday to some nasty vandalism of their campaign signs that included racist and anti-semitic slurs. A sign for first time city council candidate William Gomes, who...