A new study argues reclaiming developments left behind by human activities like oil and gas exploration could save more caribou than shooting wolves.
Twenty-two electric vehicle fast charging stations in the NWT are getting federal funding. The challenge is to make sure the grid is ready for them.
The Islamic Centre of Yellowknife will hold a vigil at 7pm on Thursday for a Muslim family killed in London, Ontario on Sunday.
Two new relief programs announced on Monday will help tourism operators and accommodation providers cover fixed costs until borders open.
The NWT housing corporation opened an eight-unit apartment complex in Yellowknife’s Sissons Court at a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday.
Questions about the Inuvik warming shelter from MLA Lesa Semmler raise the larger issue of how the territory funds its shelters.
Extra costs associated with northern construction and Covid-19 could explain why new affordable housing projects in the territory are costing millions.
The Yellowknife Rotary Club has received an exemption from the public health emergency that will allow it to hold the Canada Day parade this year.
The NWT has almost no electric vehicle chargers, even as major manufacturers plan huge shifts in the near future. One family is working to plug in the gaps.
"We crushed the curve. We’ve got vaccinations. What more do we have to do?" An MLA pressured the NWT health minister on the the territory's Covid-19 emergency.
"I don’t belong on the street." People at a Yellowknife temporary day shelter said they were saddened to find it was closing – for good – on Monday.
Air Canada flights to Yellowknife will resume at the end of June, a month later than the airline pledged as a condition to receive $4 billion in federal help.