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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Trudeau coming to Yellowknife

Federal Liberal leader Justin Trudeau is heading to Yellowknife this weekend.

After hosting a $600 per plate fundraiser dinner Saturday night, Trudeau will make a public appearance in the Explorer Hotel's Janvier room Sunday at 3 p.m., which will include a meet and greet where the public can ask questions. He will then head to Iqaluit Jan. 12 and 13.

Randi Beers

Stanton finds missing USB

The USB stick containing information on over 4,000 past and current Stanton Hospital patients was found just under a month ago.

Department of Health and Social Services spokesperson Damien Healy confirmed the stick was found Dec. 8 on hospital property. He said the department alerted MLAs and followed up with the affected patients, but did not issue a press release. Healy declined to give a reason for the decision.

Stanton Hospital announced a doctor had lost the stick Nov. 27, two weeks after the doctor reported it missing.

Randi Beers

GNWT awards air ambulance contract

The Department of Health and Social Services announced on Monday it has awarded Air Tindi and Advanced Medical Solutions Inc. Stanton Territorial Hospital's air ambulance contract.

Both companies also hold the current air ambulance contract, which expires March 31. The previous eight-year contracts were worth $53.9 million for Air Tindi and $18.2 million for Advanced Medical Solutions Inc.

Randi Beers

Diamond raffle winners announced

Stanton Territorial Hospital Foundation has announced the winners of the DeBeers diamond and vacation raffle.

Linda Bussey is the recipient of the grand prize, which was announced live on a local radio station Dec. 31. She won a 1.01 carat diamond and $1,000 for a setting, a package with worth $12,000.

Dot Bergman won the second prize, a trip for two to London, England and Craig Yeo won the third prize, a trip for two to Virginia Falls in Nahanni National Park.

Including this year's fundraiser, the DeBeers Canada has raised $266,000 for the Stanton Hospital Foundation.

Randi Beers

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