No tickets, fines, or court summonses have yet been issued for breaking NWT Covid-19 orders. But the Sahtu is racking up written warnings over the rules.
"It's at the core of a lot of difficulties." Colette Langlois, the NWT's first ombud, says many complaints about the GNWT boil down to communication trouble.
The keys were handed over in a glove on a stick – we're in a pandemic, after all. But the Yellowknife Women's Society finally has possession of the Arnica Inn.
The NWT's top doctor thinks we should all still wear cloth face masks in public. But it's a recommendation, not an order, and few residents seem bothered.
Turns out nothing makes you think about the future like a pandemic. NWT lawyer Garth Wallbridge gave us a primer on setting up a will and power of attorney.
Nutrition North is providing grants worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to help northern harvesters. Here's where some of the money is going in the NWT.
"We've never made this much." Yellowknife's Bullocks Bistro said it would sell bottles of fish sauce online. Within a day, there were hundreds of orders.
Most NWT residents are at home working from their living room while the kids study online. Power bills, already costly, are going up. Will there be any help?
Dominion Diamond Mines, which entered creditor protection this week, says it still plans to reopen its NWT Ekati mine following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Willard Hagen, who resigned as deputy minister of the NWT Department of Lands after an outburst on Facebook last fall, has been charged with aggravated assault.
Here's the latest on when to expect faster Covid-19 testing in the NWT, plus an update on the number of complaints people are making to the 8-1-1 hotline.
After strong sales, the Yellowknife Co-op decided to create a $50,000 fund to help food security in Yellowknife. The YK Food Bank is the first to receive money.