As a former minister, Caroline Cochrane is a known quantity to the NWT's Indigenous leaders. Here's how they see the future with Cochrane as premier.
PositionEmelie was a Cabin Radio reporter in 2019 and 2020 and is a freelancer contributor.
JoinedJuly 15, 2019
Cabin Radio journalist July 2019-February 2020 and freelance contributor.
"Hang-up calls" are plaguing volunteer firefighters in Norman Wells and infuriating their fire chief, who says the calls have a "tremendous effect" on morale.
Gwich’in, Inuvialuktun, and Pashto feature so prominently that director Marie Clements hopes for a foreign-language Oscar nomination. We go behind the scenes.
Hint: it's not the climate. Producers in the NWT say the biggest problem could be convincing you to change your ways and start buying local.
More than a dozen people use Inuvik's "wet shelter" each night. Concerned about public intoxication and fighting, the town is examining where best to house it.
It's not just cars and planes. Experts say drones and mining giants are lining up to test in the NWT's cold if the territory can ready itself to take advantage.