Fourteen MLAs left for Fort Smith on Friday afternoon to attend an annual caucus retreat after a damaging week. Katrina Nokleby and others won't be there.
A grassroots project is pairing youth and professional artists to paint murals Yellowknife, Ndilǫ, and Dettah dedicated to positive Indigenous stories.
At least two NWT car dealerships are still being affected by factory closures down south due to Covid-19. One does not expect to recover until at least January.
Police and the fire marshal are looking into the cause of a Yellowknife vehicle fire in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Yellowknife's new aquatic centre, if given the green light, should now be built by the winter of 2023. A public referendum is tentatively set for October 2021.
A Yellowknife residents' association appealed the city's decision to allow a new apartment complex on the edge of Old Town, claiming the design is too large.
The IRC's Indigenous Guardians project is coming up on the one-year mark. The man leading the work says a lot was accomplished despite the impact of Covid-19.
As the proposed revival of the Pine Point mine looks to secure a new set of permits, Cabin Radio asked regional leaders for their assessment of the project.
De Beers, owner of the NWT's Gahcho Kué mine, is donating more than 100 laptops to communities across the territory.
Leela Gilday is offering to mentor a young, female, Dene singer – and the applications are flowing in. She hopes it'll improve diversity in the music industry.
Four double-hull barges are on their way from China to Tuktoyaktuk to be used by Marine Transportation Services.
A new service rotary club for Northerners hopes its flexible model will attract a younger demographic.