When is federal prison appropriate and when does an offender need something else? Twice this year, NWT judges faced that question in relation to the same man.
A Yellowknife man said to have shown "no remorse or empathy" after sexually assaulting his then-girlfriend was jailed. He had ignored her pleas to stop.
Something was clearly going on at 22 Kugmallit Road, Inuvik. But a judge on Wednesday ruled a 69-year-old was not guilty of trafficking cocaine from the house.
Almost 18 months have passed since the killing of Breanna Menacho. There are concerns over how long it'll take before the man accused of her murder is tried.
A man charged with murdering a Hay River woman has chosen not to have a preliminary hearing and will proceed directly to trial in NWT Supreme Court.
A man who sexually assaulted a Fort McPherson Elders' home resident will be able to serve his sentence in the community, initially under strict house arrest.
A murder charge related to a death at Yellowknife's downtown sobering centre was downgraded to assault causing bodily harm after new evidence was received.
Three young children in a small NWT community were sexually assaulted after authorities failed to heed repeated warnings about a teenaged rapist, a judge says.
Chad Tyler Beck faces life in prison for the 2018 murder of Cameron Sayine in Fort Resolution. Only Beck's parole eligibility is still to be decided.
Some large works by one of the most internationally celebrated Inuit artists of the 20th century are back on display in Yellowknife – if you know where to look.
A woman raped as she slept was left unable to trust anyone and suicidal. The sentence for the man responsible was "lenient" but acceptable, an NWT judge ruled.
The Chief of the Łútsël K’é Dene First Nation pleaded not guilty to two impaired driving charges following a snowmobile accident at the start of January.