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BACK TO BUSINESS: M&M Food Market returns with another course for Yellowknife

Where’s the beef? It’s back in Stanton Plaza, almost exactly six months after the beef of M&M Food Market went away when the old shop closed down on Jan. 17. “I just got the a-OK yesterday at noon that we got the business licence,” manager Tabatha Hamer said Wednesday. It will hold its soft opening …

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BACK TO BUSINESS: All hands on deck at North of 60 Massage after two-month shutdown

Staff at North of 60 Massage Therapy and Wellness are getting a handle on the tensions of business recovery after they closed for more than two months during the Covid lockdown. “We re-opened on June 1, which was also our three-year business anniversary,” said Krista Rusk and Danielle Horvat, co-owners and masseuses at the massage …

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Air Tindi’s Saturday fishing trips give unique chance to see East Arm of Great Slave Lake

Fishers of all skill levels now have the chance to visit the East Arm of Great Slave Lake on a new Air Tindi flight. On June 27 the airline flew its first group to Etthen Island, about 140 km east of Yellowknife, where the 10 tourists cast their lines into the waters for a day …

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BACK TO BUSINESS: Racquet Club slowly opens up after lockdown

Businesses in Yellowknife – and around the North, for that matter – have been suffering under the weight of lockdowns due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Racquet Club was dormant for nearly three months and while there’s light at the end of the tunnel, it won’t be business as usual for some time yet. Activities …

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BACK TO BUSINESS: Monkey Tree to become drive-in to get through pandemic

Editor’s note: Got a business getting back on its feet? Let us know at 873-4031 or editorial@nnsl.com and we will write a profile on you. The Monkey Tree Pub is showing that an innovative business response to the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic can revive a classic dining experience enjoyed by older generations. The Range Lake …

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BACK TO BUSINESS: One of a Thai readies for one-of-a-kind food truck season

One of a Thai food truck owner Sousanh Chanthalangsy-Bornilla is preparing for an unprecedented summer. The business appeared in February 2011 and eight years later it has become a lunchtime staple for people who work downtown. This year, customers can expect some changes due to the pandemic. The food truck is usually operational by mid-May …

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