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3601 Weaver Drive
Yellowknife X1A 2S9

Phone 867-873-2219
Fax 867-873-9020

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Squirrel Season: They're Coming from Inside the House

Live-traps can be purchased from Canadian Tire or Weaver and Devore, and typically range from $40 to $100. Traps can also be borrowed free of charge from the ENR North Slave Regional Office in Old Town – just call their service number: 873-7184.

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The block's name comes courtesy of its developer and owner Julius H. Royce, a businessman from upstate New York who maintained ties to Bloomington, both in real estate and the hardware trade. Main and Front was once one of the city's busiest ...

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Irving Lewis, already among the most limited cards in the set, has two different versions that center around the emblem on his sleeve. The card without an emblem commands a premium. Lastly, Paddy Livingston is featured with three slightly altered ...

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The city's Old Town developed in the 1930s' gold rush and Weaver and Devore Trading Ltd. has supplied bush orders for 75 years, so perfect for buying gloves and socks for serious cold. I had what might be the world's best (and possibly most expensive ...