Freezing the toxic dust under Giant Mine is the current plan - but it's not supposed to be permanent. Here are some of the longer-term fixes being investigated.
PositionChloe served as the Wilfrid Laurier University Climate Change Journalism Fellow from 2022 to 2023. Her reporting is published under a Creative Commons CC BY-ND 4.0 licence.
JoinedSeptember 3, 2022
Here's a summary of your new Yellowknife MLAs. Spoiler alert: some of them are not so new. A wealth of political experience just got elected.
One NWT river is behaving in a way the others aren't, prompting scientists to ask: Where is all the water coming from? We sent a reporter with them.
Fort Smith Métis Council is heading into its first winter of monitoring water and fish – a move prompted in part by incidents at an oil sands mine.
New, small sensors filled big gaps in air quality monitoring through one of the NWT's smokiest summers. There's now a trove of data – and lessons to learn.