Despite restrictions easing federally, the GNWT gave no indication it will relax mandatory isolation requirements for children under 12 and their caregivers.
The Northwest Territories must build the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples into a new Education Act, research support group Hotıì ts’eeda said.
John MacDonald takes over as deputy minister of education, culture, and employment. William MacKay will become deputy minister of finance.
When Jeremy MacDonald saw wires in an old Molson can while scuba diving, he called RCMP. It appears to be an explosive device. A disposal team is en route.
The federal and territorial governments will invest $60 million in connecting Fort Providence and Kakisa to the Taltson hydro system in the next two years.
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Police say they arrested a youth for aggravated assault on Wednesday night in downtown Yellowknife.
The NWT's 2021 wildfire season has now surpassed the entirety of 2020 for number of fires and area burned, but by usual standards this summer remains quiet.
An increase in funding allowed for 52 NWT organizations to receive a combined $1.75 million in funding for anti-poverty initiatives this year.
Fort McPherson became the first community in the NWT to have 75 percent of its adult population fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
A large wildfire some 100 km west of Fort Simpson ruined two cabins. Fort Simpson's mayor, meanwhile, worried about residents' smoke exposure from nearby fires.
Yellowknife's Northern Arts and Cultural Centre is looking for an NWT artist to help design a new logo.