A 22-year-old man from Behchokǫ̀ was killed in a single motor vehicle collision on Sunday morning.
The NWT government on Friday warned the next three days are expected to be hot and dry across the territory, raising the risk of wildfires.
Stacie Smith, Yellowknife’s sole Indigenous councillor, this week highlighted the discrimination many people face and the importance of representation.
The UN formally adopted a ban on heavy fuel oil in Arctic waters, despite criticism from environmental and Indigenous groups that it doesn't go far enough.
Kavanaugh Brothers decorated a waste truck to promote cancer screening awareness and donated $5K to Run for Our Lives in memory of late employee Bruce Bourque.
Yellowknife police have charged a man with sexual assault and exploitation related to an alleged incident at tryouts for the 2010 Arctic Winter Games.
A recent study is revealing more about the science behind the aurora and how the northern lights may differ from their southern cousins.
At least one resident filed an appeal regarding temporary shelter services outside Yellowknife's Aspen Apartments, extending a suspension of those services.
The NWT government has temporarily suspended an isolation exemption for travellers from the Yukon due to a Covid-19 outbreak in the westernmost territory.
A sole adjudicator will conduct an inquiry into Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh MLA Steve Norn’s alleged breaches of the members’ code of conduct.
A prosecutor from Vancouver and defence lawyer from Edmonton are being hired to handle the public health case against Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh MLA Steve Norn.
Home Base Yellowknife, along with the YWCA NWT, is set to move back into the city-owned Mine Rescue Building now it's no longer a temporary shelter.