You may have seen empty shelves at the Independent grocery stores in Yellowknife. Staff say a fresh produce delivery is on the way as a labour dispute ends.
The NWT has a beaver glut, and the territorial government is bringing back a program that incentivizes residents to "capitalize on demand for beaver castors."
Proposals that would build and ship modular homes from Hay River and Délı̨nę to the rest of the North are among six NWT projects vying for federal funding.
The Village of Fort Simpson is launching a project that would build a track and field facility and soccer pitch as part of a broader outdoor recreation complex.
Housing NWT says allowing tenants to run businesses from public housing amounts to an unfair advantage. David Giroux argues that rule itself is unfair.
Stephanie Hardisty and Ramona Hardisty-Gillis were elected to Fort Simpson's village council, replacing Kyle Christiansen and Rosemary Gill in a by-election.
The territorial government is advising Tuktoyaktuk residents to avoid leaving food outside after multiple sightings of a polar bear in recent days.
The Tłı̨chǫ Government reached an agreement with an exploration company to protect culturally significant areas, including Whitebeach Point, from development.
Canada's auditor general says federal departments tackling the housing crisis haven't collected the data that would determine whether efforts are succeeding.
Tommy Kakfwi plans legal action after a vote to remove him as Fort Good Hope's chief. He believes the move relates to a published list of supposed drug dealers.
A new vision for off-grid homes could address the NWT's need for affordable housing and help adapt to climate change, Katłįà Lafferty says. Read our interview.
The federal government is giving $25.5 million to the Sahtu Secretariat Incorporated to design and develop infrastructure needed in each Sahtu community.