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.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association thinks NWT Covid-19 restrictions are overly broad and vague. The territory says its "aggressive" approach is needed.
"I said seeds would be the next toilet paper. And sure enough." Is it time for NWT communities to start growing more of their own food? Here's what's happening.
The NWT's finance minister says new territory-wide liquor restrictions aimed at reducing bootlegging are not a perfect solution but designed to send a message.
"Just trying to balance it all is extremely hard." More caregivers and respite workers are needed on the front line of child protection in the NWT.
Yellowknife's sobering centre is spending April as a place for 30 vulnerable people to isolate. Some MLAs worry about the effect that's having on others.
Forget the pandemic, here's a panda. A Yellowknife nine-year-old is using her inflatable costume to shake other residents out of their Covid-19 doldrums.
The law firm handling a class action on behalf of Indian day school survivors has moved services online. A session for NWT-based claimants is set for April 28.
While governments and organizations work to help Yellowknife's vulnerable people during the pandemic, some advocates say it’s setting back years of progress.
The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation joined other NWT Indigenous groups in asking the territory to restrict alcohol sales during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Evictions are complicated. Paperwork takes months and things can come to a head at the wrong time, mid-pandemic. This is how Dennis Chicot nearly lost his home.
While bars across the NWT are shut down and more people are working from home, what’s a bartender to do? Skye Plowman is running video mixology sessions.