The NWT and Mental Health Commission of Canada are working on a project including apps to improve access to mental health services in the territory.
A Yellowknife swim club is waiting on the city to submit a reopening plan for recreational facilities before it can get back to practice.
One year in, Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve staff say things are "still going full throttle," despite Covid-19 limiting the number of visitors this summer.
With the Terry Fox Run going virtual this year, organizers in the NWT are auctioning off a quilt made from previous Terry Fox Run T-shirts to raise funds.
NWT schools are beginning to receive approval for their reopening plans but, with little time before class resumes, the detail of those plans is hard to find.
From now until the end of August, the City of Yellowknife is inviting residents to share some art and be a part of the Great Sidewalk Chalk Mural.
Violinist and vocalist Andrea Bettger will release her second album, Bush Chords, at a concert only accessible by boat to meet pandemic restrictions.
A new horizontal grinder at Yellowknife's solid waste facility, used to turn scrap wood and brush into wood chips, could one day provide biofuels for the city.
NWT Curling says its first attempt at a recovery plan has been rejected by Protect NWT. Individual clubs now need to come up with plans to get the season going.
The Northwest Territories government is confirming that a worker from Alberta at the Diavik Diamond Mine has tested positive for Covid-19.
Five people have been arrested, Fort Simpson RCMP said, after a two-month investigation into an alleged drug trafficking network in the village.
Be prepared for a short wait if you try to get on Yellowknife's Fred Henne beach during the August long weekend, the GNWT said. Restrictions on capacity remain.