Fish left at creeks near Aklavik, N.W.T., are attracting wolves to the outskirts of the hamlet. Ian McLeod, the hamlet's renewable resource officer, says this has been going on since November. "We've started to see wolves coming into town that we usually don't see, it might have to do with lower moose numbers," he said. "It seems like there are a lot of [wolf] pups this year too, so it could be a combination."
Inuvik will officially welcome back the sun on Saturday for the first time since it set on Dec. 5. Tourists have started to drift into town as organizers put the finishing touches on the 31st annual Inuvik Sunrise Festival. Kylik Kisoun-Taylor runs Tundra North Tours and helped build an ice village in the Twin Lakes area. He says it's been stepped up a notch this year. "We added a teepee, we added some ice igloos, some sculptures, the sliding hill is a little bit bigger for the kids.
People in the Beaufort Delta region of the Northwest Territories are hoping a planned beluga whale tagging program will shed new light on whale habits. About a month ago, members of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), the Fisheries Joint Management Committee and the Inuvialuit Game Council participated in consultations with the entire Inuvialuit Settlement Region on the program, scheduled to start in the summer of 2018.
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Selecting a term
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