The Government of the Northwest Territories has released an "easy-to-read" medical travel guide for residents — but only if you read English or French.

The 76-page Medical Travel: A Step-by-Step Guide provides instructions on what patients need to do when travelling for medical treatments.

It will be at health centres, clinics and hospitals across the territory, but is not yet available in any Indigenous language, a Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority spokesman confirmed to CBC News.

The Government of the Northwest Territories has released an "easy-to-read" medical travel guide for residents — but only if you read English or French.

The 76-page Medical Travel: A Step-by-Step Guide provides instructions on what patients need to do when travelling for medical treatments.

It will be at health centres, clinics and hospitals across the territory, but is not yet available in any Indigenous language, a Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority spokesman confirmed to CBC News.

Being able to determine the cardinal directions using various methods can help you win orienteering challenges, help you find your way if you’re turned around, or could even save your neck if you’re lost alone somewhere. There are some easy ways to figure out directions, but if you don’t have a compass or cell phone handy, you can still determine north, south, east, and west.

The Government of the Northwest Territories has released an "easy-to-read" medical travel guide for residents — but only if you read English or French.

The 76-page Medical Travel: A Step-by-Step Guide provides instructions on what patients need to do when travelling for medical treatments.

It will be at health centres, clinics and hospitals across the territory, but is not yet available in any Indigenous language, a Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority spokesman confirmed to CBC News.

Being able to determine the cardinal directions using various methods can help you win orienteering challenges, help you find your way if you’re turned around, or could even save your neck if you’re lost alone somewhere. There are some easy ways to figure out directions, but if you don’t have a compass or cell phone handy, you can still determine north, south, east, and west.

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