Should the Yellowknife fire department still respond to fires along the Ingraham Trail?
By CBC NewsHeadlines News
Aug. 25, 2020, Yellowknife — The City of Yellowknife is proposing to stop sending staff to fight fires up the Ingraham Trail, outside of city limits, starting April 1. In a governance and priorities committee meeting Monday, city staff presented a new “level of service” plan that would drop fire calls up the trail, except in cases that pose a wildfire threat. CBC News reports. | READ MORE
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