RCMP investigating a man in Alberta charged with sexual offences against children are looking for more potential victims or witnesses, including in Yellowknife.
The federal, NWT and Tłı̨chǫ governments pledged $11 million to give Whatì high-speed internet by piggybacking on work to complete the all-season road.
Yellowknife gardeners hoping to get their hands on some city compost this summer will have to look elsewhere.
As temperatures rise across the NWT, the Tłı̨chǫ winter roads are closing for the season. For the road to Whatì, that means closing forever.
The owners of the NWT's Ekati diamond mine say a presumptive positive case of Covid-19 reported at the mine last week has come back negative.
Yellowknife city councillors approved a plan designed to provide more help for residents and businesses growing their own food.
The Friday afternoon of this year’s Folk on the Rocks won’t be a civic holiday despite pleas from the festival’s board. Only two councillors supported the idea.
The Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority is searching for a new chief executive.
The NWT On the Land Collaborative has distributed more than $840,000 to 48 projects across the territory connecting residents with land, culture and community.
The Reid Lake campground's former manager queried the transparency of NWT procurement after losing his bid to keep managing the park.
Northwest Territories health officials say testing has confirmed two more recently announced positive Covid-19 cases involve the so-called UK variant, B117.
Does the property tax balance between Yellowknife's residents and businesses need to change? Councillors are examining the ratio behind how the tax is paid.