The COP26 climate conference left many observers cold and the Earth too warm. But Indigenous-led initiatives in the NWT are being held up as a path forward.
"You can be brought down to your knees in 100 years, but we can also lift ourselves up for the next 150 years." What should Treaty 11's 100th anniversary mean?
NWT communities are considering how to mark a century since Treaty 11. Here's a list of what's planned so far.
Shawna Yamkovy is rediscovering her language – and the community her ancestors knew and loved – as she works to preserve Dëne Sųłiné Yati in Łútsël K'é.
A subsidiary of the IRC is proposing to develop a previously discovered natural gas well near Tuktoyaktuk, saying it could supply the region for decades.
Some Delta cabin owners faced the after-effects of flooding and others the prospect of evacuation as the NWT's Mackenzie River rose quickly on Sunday evening.
An online jigging contest created in Fort McPherson has become one of the NWT's most dazzling displays of ingenuity, fun, and spirit in the face of a pandemic.
The Canadian Championship Dog Derby, a centrepiece of the NWT's dog mushing calendar, fought long and hard to go ahead as scheduled. It has admitted defeat.
Not all tourists have checked out of Yellowknife yet, so we checked in with tour operators. How are they handling the pandemic and the few remaining visitors?
Paying family or friends to care for seniors and people with disabilities could become standard, a seniors' advocate said, as a pilot began in NWT communities.
Edmonton will keep the Eskimos name after what the team said was two years of research. Leaders in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region agreed with the decision.
Criticizing the state of NWT education, the Dene Nation – continuing to seek a greater role in northern public policy – plans to hold its own education summit.