Golf is a hit. Fastball is starting up. Others face frustrating waits. We asked sports across the NWT how their plans to get back in action are working out.
The NWT's Dr Crystal Fraser is gaining national recognition for her work on Indigenous perspectives of day and residential schools in the Beaufort Delta.
"It's not like we used to do it." Dr Hassan Adam, owner of Yellowknife's Adam Dental Clinic, walked us through how his office adapted to pandemic restrictions.
"We are not punching bags any more." Hundreds of NWT residents took part in a Black Lives Matter protest march through downtown Yellowknife on Tuesday.
NWT MP Michael McLeod demanded more Indigenous policing while Premier Caroline Cochrane advocated for the use of body cameras following recent incidents.
A pandemic-related checkpoint is resuming at the border between Fort Smith and Alberta in response to summer traffic-related concerns.
Coleen Hardisty, creator of Denendeh Donates to BLM on Facebook, says protest movements across North America have her "starting to believe things can change."
The NWT is on track to enter phase two of its Emerging Wisely plan this month – maybe as soon as Friday, June 12. Here are the changes you can expect.
One year after the National Inquiry on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls released its final report, Indigenous leaders can see little progress.
"As if an elephant walked through." Residents say someone is cutting down trees near wetlands at Yellowknife's Rotary Park. But nobody seems to know who or why.
In Fort Smith, church services are like a drive-in movie. Across the NWT, religious groups are moving from the internet to the outdoors as restrictions ease.
The GNWT says it's trying to come up with solutions to get a lodge newly acquired by the Łutsël K’é Dene First Nation up and running, after licensing problems.