The NWT's chief public health officer says a whooping cough outbreak in Yellowknife and the Tłı̨chǫ region is over. Residents are encouraged to get vaccinated.
The NWT government approved a key step in De Beers Canada’s plan to clean up and close down the site of its Snap Lake diamond mine, where work ended in 2015.
It's supposed to be national tourism week. What are governments doing to help the NWT's battered tourism industry through a summer that may as well not exist?
Hockey and curling are beloved in the NWT but, at the moment, the territory's pandemic restrictions mean indoor ice sports may not be able to return this year.
Long-awaited faster tests for Covid-19 are now available at Yellowknife's Stanton Hospital. But the majority of tests are still sent to Alberta for results.
If you order online at Yellowknife's Copperhouse, you can purchase an extra meal for a family in need. Meanwhile the Monkey Tree is bringing back drive-in food.
"It's the last nail in the coffin." Some NWT tour operators are closing for good. They say staycations from residents while borders are closed won't be enough.
Premier Caroline Cochrane said there were no major reports of pandemic rule-breaking over the May long weekend, but she's worried about Covid-19 complacency.
One driver in Inuvik “could barely walk,” never mind operate a vehicle. RCMP told residents to be sensible this weekend as they released a range of statistics.
Don't expect your favourite salon to simply fling open its doors when the NWT enters recovery phase one. There's a lot of work involved to meet the conditions.
Despite reports of border-busting "tourists" turning out to be locals, these Yellowknifers of East Asian descent feel pandemic racism hasn't reached their city.
If you've got anything to invest during the pandemic, be ultra-careful with it, said a leading business economy professor. "Just get through it."