A Fort Providence man has been charged after police seized alcohol, drugs, and tobacco from a home in the community.
Sousanh Chanthalangsy-Bornilla, owner of the One of a Thai food truck, took home several titles and broke two records at a powerlifting competition in Alberta.
The Northwest Territories altered its Covid-19 isolation requirements, shortening isolation in some scenarios and eliminating it in others.
Three men were arrested and one charged after an alleged assault at a business on Range Lake Road. Police said one victim was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The Snowkings’ Winter Festival will return for its 27th year next month with new pandemic-era plans.
Kelvin Redvers plans to direct a feature film inspired by NWT highways with filming scheduled to take place in Hay River next month.
A festival celebrating northern photographers and stories will take place in Yellowknife over nine days next month.
With an Indigenous delegation rescheduling their meeting with Pope Francis, Stephen Kakfwi recalls his role in securing a visit with a Pope in the 1980s.
Annetta Beaulieu, Randy Thompson and Chris Schott are vying for the position of Somba K’e regional vice president for the Union of Northern Workers.
A federal plan to release treated tailings overlooks large gaps in our understanding of how that could affect human health, some experts and advocates say.
The Yellowknife Artist-Run Community Centre is holding an art critique pilot program it describes as "a grassroots art school" to support local artists.
Harry Sudom, known for his dedication to coaching and his lasting impact on Fort Smith, has passed away at the age of 95.