A House of Commons committee is studying the links between resource extraction and violence against Indigenous women and girls in Canada.
Design work is under way for a new facility to replace Yellowknife's sobering centre and temporary day shelter. When it will open its doors isn't clear.
A team of researchers visited Ulukhaktok as part of a four-year study examining how underwater noise from ships could impact ringed seals.
A report from Statistics Canada examined what it called the overrepresentation of Indigenous women and girls in isolated communities, and the consequences.
A subcontractor working to turn Yellowknife's former hospital into a care facility claims the project is plagued with issues that could lead to safety hazards.
A Covid-related charge against Hay River's Super A Foods was stayed, leaving only one NWT business facing prosecution in connection with public health orders.
Jo-Anne Cecchetto will take over as deputy minister of the Department of Health and Social Services effective July 27.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources says it "got lucky" that a human-caused fire was put out before it spread to a nearby territorial park.
Yellowknife's mayor explored Luleå, Sweden, where she learned how the northern European city shares some similarities with the NWT's capital.
RCMP blocked off a section of 49th Avenue on Tuesday night after a vehicle appeared to have traversed a barrier in the parking lot outside of Denendeh Manor.
A boil-water advisory issued for Hay River, Kátł’odeeche First Nation, Enterprise and Kakisa last month has been lifted.
The NWT government has proposed five changes to the act that sets standards for licensed early learning and childcare programs.