Two registered nurses and one cancer specialist have been hired. The GNWT says this will improve care for patients going through cancer, anywhere in the NWT.
A bison was put down and its meat shared with residents after the animal collided with a car along Highway 7. The driver's injuries were not life-threatening.
Long-running US game show Family Feud is coming to Canada – and is looking to recruit families from the Northwest Territories to compete.
Starting next week, counsellors from Yellowknife's urban Indigenous healing camp will begin working downtown with people experiencing homelessness.
A patrol earlier this month failed to turn up any new information on two travellers who went missing on their way to Łutselk'e more than two months ago.
A Pride-themed marathon tattoo session will kick off this year's week-long Yellowknife Pride Festival. "It's an important thing to do," said one local artist.
After appealing for help finding a fiddle he has spent 11 years playing, including many 'milestone gigs', Wesley Hardisty got word it had been found.
Fort Simpson's housing authority was dissolved amid a flurry of accusations and calls for an independent assessment. Here is the story so far.
Northern games played a central role in a Yellowknife celebration of 35 years since the Inuvialuit Final Agreement. Take a look at photos from Somba K'e Park.
A Fort Smith woman has passed away after a truck rollover along Pine Lake Road, south of Fort Smith.
The hamlet's curling rink is now a space where youth can focus on Inuvialuit culture and mental health. The change follows extensive research in the community.
For the first time since the Inuvialuit Final Agreement was signed in 1984, the IRC is holding celebrations outside the settlement region.