The 16th annual Tłįcho Gathering will be held virtually over August 11 and 12 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Northwest Territories will receive nearly $1.9 million in funding to support Indigenous projects including tourism initiatives.
Books, toothpaste, and berry picking buckets are just a few of the items in the IRC's youth activity kits developed to support health and literacy.
A Rainbow Run through the NWT's capital followed a week of Pride events. The city's mayor praised a community that aspired to be "supportive and loving of all."
Discussions about changing how police in the NWT do their jobs "have momentum," said Yellowknife's RCMP detachment commander as he left his post last week.
The Tin Can Hill embattled development site might see more delays to approved plans for the 24 West Bay condominiums.
A mom and daughter in Tuktoyaktuk launched their own paddling company. Even without the usual summer tourists, locals are lining up to try it out.
Music, art, crafts, and more. Take a wander through Yellowknife's first-ever 47 Street Festival, one of the few events of its kind to go ahead this summer.
RCMP are reminding residents of boating trip safety after three travellers were found safe during a search and rescue operation.
NWT Parks is warning swimmers that parasites causing swimmer's itch have been reported at the Hay River Territorial Park beach.
Normally, his store is a clubhouse. Find out how Ogre's Lair owner James Croizier is adapting to the pandemic and keeping social connections alive.
The Rainbow Coalition in Yellowknife is looking for the input of young people in creating a new program for LGBTQ2S+ youth in the NWT.