Not for the first time, there are questions over whether a technicality will keep compensation from NWT residents – this time regarding federal boarding homes.
The NWT is reviewing flood preparedness and emergency response in Hay River and the Kátł’odeeche First Nation reserve after 2022's catastrophic flooding.
After three years of work, a pandemic and a flood, the Fort Simpson Historical Society is unveiling its first major exhibit: a celebration of Dene heritage.
"We need collective action." Sparked by the state of public housing in places like Yellowknife's Lanky Court, an NWT tenants' association is being drawn up.
A range of Northwest Territories habitats feature in an initiative that seeks to identify "key biodiversity areas" worldwide.
The NWT's premier and justice minister defended the territory's intervention in a Supreme Court case over the constitutionality of a federal child welfare law.
For most NWT residents in winter, even a few hours without heat is an emergency. Tenants say this Yellowknife apartment building hasn't had heat for years.
The GNWT joined provinces arguing a federal law relating to Indigenous control of child welfare is unconstitutional, infuriating some Indigenous leaders.
Representatives of the Diavik diamond mine pleaded guilty to violating the Mine Health and Safety Act after a 2020 accident gave a man life-altering injuries.
Housing NWT says, effective immediately, co-payment is no longer required for homeowners to access its emergency repair program.
The Nahanni, and Nahanni Butte, are part of a forthcoming Canadian Geographic travel campaign. The community expects a "surge in tourism" to only increase.
Ottawa has announced $3.8m in barren-ground caribou conservation funding, matched by the same figure from the NWT government.