Twelve members of the Łutsël K'é Dene First Nation will learn how to operate a clean power plant. More local solar is on the way, and possibly wind power.
A Korean armoured helicopter arrives in Yellowknife for 10 weeks of winter testing this weekend. The GNWT says that'll inject $2 million into the local economy.
The Canada Border Services Agency has deferred its plan to deport Herman Oyagak from Aklavik to Alaska. His fight to remain in Canada continues.
After their usual supplier fell through, the Yellowknife Scouts turned to an Ontario Christmas tree farm. Now, 420 trees are making the 5,000-km trip.
We travelled the Tłı̨chǫ Highway on its opening day. Stop in at a cabin along the way, meet people who built the road, and hear from residents in Whatì.
Pandemic-related supply chain issues have delayed installation of a fibre-optic line to Whatì originally slated for completion alongside the new highway.
A man charged with forging cheques and defrauding the North Slave Correctional Complex sought to change his pleas, disputing details of his involvement.
Some Fort Resolution residents are challenging Louis Balsillie's bid to become a hamlet councillor while remaining chief. He says he’s being unfairly targeted.
The Status of Women Council of the NWT is campaigning to prevent economic abuse by asking governments and financial services to change their approach.
Herman Oyagak says the Canadian government’s effort to deport him to Alaska is a violation of his Indigenous rights under international and Canadian laws.
The Łútsël K’é Dene First Nation's financial arm says it made "inordinate sacrifices" to keep Ekati operating through financial jeopardy, but has yet to receive a seven-figure sum.
All NWT kids aged 5-11 will be able to have a first Covid-19 vaccine dose by December 15. Appointments in Yellowknife can be booked starting later on Thursday.