Water levels in the Tazin and Taltson rivers are higher than usual for the second year in a row, the NWT's Department of Environment and Natural Resources says.
Kelly McLeod, president of the Nihtat Gwich'in Council, will become the Gwich'in Tribal Council's interim deputy grand chief from November 1.
Thirty-seven separate businesses are nominated at least once in this year’s Yellowknife Chamber of Commerce awards. Here are the shortlists.
New pandemic restrictions further increased demand for childcare in Yellowknife, putting providers under more strain and pushing some staff toward the brink.
Two men reported missing from Łútsël K'é were rescued from an island near Great Slave Lake’s Gros Cap on Monday night. They were "cold and hungry" but are safe.
"Tensions in our schools have been high." The NWTTA's president backed the decision to close schools in Yellowknife, Dettah, and Ndilǫ. Read our full interview.
Madison Armstrong, a Yellowknife 10-year-old, racked up 500 kilometres in a month on her bike to raise money for SickKids Foundation.
The last Yellowknife farmers' market of the season, set to take place on September 14, has been cancelled amid the city's growing Covid-19 outbreak.
"It can be applied to any area of life." A 12-week program in Fort Providence and the Tłı̨chǫ will teach entrepreneurism with a view to helping NWT communities.
A temporary prohibition order takes effect in Tuktoyaktuk on Saturday so the community can prohibit alcohol during community events over the Labour Day weekend.
The GNWT and Skills Canada NWT are partnering to host a workshop designed to interest more young women in the trades. It'll be held in Yellowknife next month.
Yellowknife police arrested and charged two men in connection with alleged drug trafficking and trespassing offences on Wednesday.