A pair of golden high-heeled shoes donated to flood-hit Fort Simpson became an unlikely star of this week's many fundraising campaigns to help residents.
The world’s largest jewellery maker says it'll use only lab-grown diamonds. But broader questions of ethics and perception could have more impact on NWT mines.
The Town of Inuvik expects to complete renovations on its community pool by the fall but said it will try for an earlier completion date if possible.
The NWT hasn't recorded a single influenza case this year. Experts aren't surprised – the same thing has happened globally. Here's why flu has had a hard time.
Does Yellowknife soil have naturally elevated arsenic levels? The accepted answer has been yes, but a new study disagrees – with implications for cleanup work.
A foot-long bone buried under a Fort Smith cabin could have belonged to a bison in the 10th century. But the location may be more interesting than the age.
"If we do at least 80 percent, we could come together and be as one people again." Norman Yakeleya appealed for Dene people to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
The federal government is making $3.1 million available to bolster NWT virtual healthcare services, Health Canada said in a news release on Thursday.
The opening vaccination appointments for Yellowknife youth aged 12-17 were quickly filled. More sessions are on the way, the GNWT said.
Guidelines for NJ Macpherson contacts keep changing, leaving some parents at a loss. At the school itself, the principal described its "eerie" transformation.
The GNWT hopes to build a new combined day and sobering centre on Yellowknife's 51 Street. It would be larger and offer more services than existing centres.