Students in the NWT will be able to apply for grants from the GNWT to help offset the costs of online learning in the 2021-2022 academic year.
A new two-year pilot program led by the Dene Nation is taking aim at systemic racism against Indigenous people within policing.
Skateboarders in Norman Wells will finally have a place to practice their flips and jumps – the town is set to receive a new mobile skate park this August.
EntrepreNorth in Yellowknife is calling for applications to its 2021 Entrepreneur Growth Program, which will centre around local food products.
The Rainbow Coalition of Yellowknife is developing resources to educate the NWT on 2SLGBTQIPA+ inclusion, and it’s looking for help from northern communities.
We've compiled a list of events taking place across the NWT on Monday (and one or two on Sunday) that mark National Indigenous Peoples Day.
The Dene Nation released a first look at its vision for what it terms a “Dene-centred” education system in the Northwest Territories.
Police say a man reported missing from Behchokǫ̀ last Thursday has presumably drowned. A post-mortem examination of his body has been ordered.
The Dene Nation plans to present a final draft of its updated Constitution at a Special General Assembly in Yellowknife this August.
At a Thursday night gathering to remember a Muslim family killed in Ontario, Yellowknife community leaders sought ways to address radicalization.
Stanton Territorial Hospital has received $126,155 from the CIBC Run for Our Lives committee to help improve services and care for cancer patients.
The GNWT urged residents to be cautious in the Yukon with Covid-19 cases on the rise. Meanwhile, Nunavut reopened its side of a common travel area with the NWT.