The NWT group received $125,000 from Ottawa to help young, Indigenous men engage with issues of gender-based violence and gender equality.
Tourism projects in the NWT communities of Hay River, Fort McPherson, Fort Good Hope, Inuvik, Tulita and Wrigley will share the cash, announced on Friday.
Self-government negotiator Diane Thom has announced she will run for MLA in the Inuvik Boot Lake district. Incumbent Alfred Moses is stepping down.
The MACA and housing minister will not seek re-election, bringing the number of cabinet members who won't run again this fall to at least three.
When 15-year-old Skye Mandigo-Stoba was in cancer treatment, she had the option to see anything in the world. Her choice? A Buffalo Airways DC-3.
A nine-plex for seniors and 17 units for singles opened in the Beaufort Delta this month, targeting two groups where public housing need is growing.
The federal dollars will go to roads, services, and cultural spaces across the NWT. Municipalities and Indigenous governments are pitching in $14.2 million.
Entrepreneur Abdullah Al-Mahamud has announced he will run for Kam Lake. The district could see five candidates run, its most crowded race in 20 years.
Sangris has been re-elected to a fourth term as Chief of Dettah. A former heavy equipment operator and band councillor, Sangris has been chief for 12 years.
While not in itself a significant step, the signing of a new memo highlights recent leaps in cooperation between the City of Yellowknife and Yellowknives Dene.
Russian planes are spotted near US and Canadian airspace six to seven times a year. Thursday two Russian bombers were intercepted above the Beaufort Sea.
With Blake's announcement, there are now three prospective candidates running for the Nunakput MLA seat. Nineteen MLAs will be elected on October 1.