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Ottawa funding $8M program to reduce NWT industry emissions

Sarah Pruys, Cabin Radio Summary Ottawa will provide $8 million in new funding for a program designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the Northwest Territories. The money will be directed toward reducing emissions from NWT buildings and industry. Projects eligible for cash...

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Indigenous support sparks €1.25 million investment into Canadian biomass

Bioenergy Insight Summary Larry Bagnell, a parliamentary member for the Canadian territory of Yukon announced alongside Canada’s minister of Natural Resources a multi-year investment of €1.25 million ($1.43 million) for a forestry initiative in Yukon. According to a Natural Resources...

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Wood chips versus fossil fuels in Yellowknife

Keith Halliday, Yukon News Summary It’s always fun to visit another northern capital and check in on how our circumpolar friends are doing. I was recently in Yellowknife, where I learned about its new and award-winning project to heat a whole district of municipal buildings with wood chip...

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$23M in new federal funding to reduce NWT's emissions

Ollie Williams, Cabin Radio Summary The territorial government is receiving $23 million in federal funding, over four years, for initiatives that reduce the NWT’s greenhouse gas emissions. The money has already been earmarked for five separate projects and programs. Catherine McKenna,...

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City of Yellowknife wins sustainability award for wood pellet heating system

CBC News The Yellowknife Multiplex is one of five facilities the city is hoping can be converted to a pellet boiler system. (Richard Gleeson/CBC) Summary Even before it's up and running, the City of Yellowknife has won a sustainability award for its plan to reduce the city's emissions...