Granite Ventures seeks $160K in damages over Do Not Occupy order

The City of Yellowknife and a development company co-headed by city councillor Niels Konge were at odds Monday during a tense appeals hearing.  At issue was Granite Ventures’ newly-developed condo building on Franklin Avenue — a building Yellowknife Fire Chief Darcy Hernblad says should not have been occupied during the night of a recent fire in a nearby building.     Read the article………….


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